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The combo keeps me hydrated and forces me to fuel with real foods (preferably nuts and sardines) instead of trying to get all my nutrients from supposedly gut-busting maltodextrin.
As head brewer at Dorchester Brewing Co., Charbonneau contract-brews several lactose IPAs — as well as some brewed with another sweetener, maltodextrin — for Omnipollo, Decadent Ales, and others.
Other products including Pringles and Pop-Tarts, which are made with additives such as maltodextrin and Blue 2 Lake, have withstood the health trends.
This can be partially explained by the addition of maltodextrin, a thickening agent that mimics the texture of fat.
Prepare maltodextrin in a bowl and have a whisk at hand to do your mixing.
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Origin and Etymology of maltodextrin
First Known Use: 1885See Words from the same year
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