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Definition of Carrageen

Carrageen
Carrageen Car"ra*geen`, Carrigeen Car"ri*geen`, n. A small, purplish, branching, cartilaginous seaweed (Chondrus crispus), which, when bleached, is the Irish moss of commerce. [Also written carragheen, carageen.]

Meaning of Carrageen from wikipedia

- Chondrus crispus—commonly called Irish moss or carrageen moss (Irish carraigín, "little rock")—is a species of red algae which grows abundantly along...
- hydrocolloids are the most common ones used as stabilisers: alginate agar carrageen cellulose and cellulose derivatives gelatin guar gum gum Arabic locust...
- alternative to plastics for food preservation and functional food development. Carrageen is the active polysaccharide compound that is responsible for the mechanisms...
- around 600 B.C. (where Gigartina was used) and in Ireland around 400 A.D. Carrageen gelatin can be prepared by boiling 5 oz (140 g) of rinsed Irish moss in...
- E 404       Propylene glycol alginate (PGA) E 405       agar E 406       carrageen E 407 red algae Raffinoselegumes Polydextrose E 1200 synthetic polymer...
- Burnt cream, also known as Crème brûlée or Trinity cream. Blaeberry pie Carrageen moss—a milk pudding thickened with seaweed Clootie dumpling—pudding made...
- Carola (Callophyllis spp.) Carrageen moss (Mastocarpus stellatus) Dulse (Palmaria palmata) Eucheuma Eucheuma spinosum Eucheuma cottonii Gelidiella (Gelidiella...
- Salmon and cod are perhaps the two most common types of fish eaten. Carrageen moss and dulse (both types of red algae) are commonly used in Irish seafood...
- camóg, small hooked object, a camogue. The women's equivalent of hurling. carrageen – moss. From Irish carraigín, "little rock". carrow – An ancient Irish...
- Salt – seawater Blancmangecarrageen seaweed Tea – blackberry leaves Tea – carrots and sugar beet Fish cakeslimpets and parsnips Treacle – sugar...