Kappa carraggenan is a type of carrageenan derived from Kappaphycus alvarezii seaweed. It is used to form firm, brittle gels and is well-suited to use in dairy and dairy-based liquids. It is used artisanally in modernist cuisine.

Health considerations

See: Carrageenan

Keep in mind

Kappa carrageenan is the most commonly used type of carrageenan. See also: Carrageenan

May be found in

See: Carrageenan


Modernist Cooking
Cyber Colloids

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