Druids Grove Kappa Carrageenan and Lactic Acid Value Pack
Kappa carrageenan is a natural thickening and gelling agent made from certain species of red seaweed. Carrageenan is commonly used to thicken commercial plant-based milks. Kappa carrageenan is particularly well suited to providing the proper texture for stabilizing non-dairy cheese. Lactic Acid is produced from the fermentation of sugar by the Lactobacillus bacteria, in a process similar to that performed by yeast in bread or beer. It is typically used as a preservative or as a flavoring agent, providing an acidic, tangy taste..