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carrageenan

noun car·ra·geen·an

Medical Definition of CARRAGEENAN

:  a colloid extracted from various red algae and especially Irish moss and used especially as a suspending agent (as in foods) and as a clarifying agent (as for beverages) and in controlling crystal growth in frozen confections

Variants of CARRAGEENAN

car·ra·geen·an or car·ra·geen·in \ˌkar-ə-ˈgē-nən\

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