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It further relates to a process to prepare said savoury food concentrate. It further relates 5 to the use of said savoury food concentrate for preparing a ready to eat food product, and to a method to produce a ready to eat food product. Background of the invention Concentrates for non-sweet, savoury food applications such as for example soups, 10 sauces or gravies, which concentrates are in the form of a gel are known. They have been described in the art as alternatives for dry concentrates, for example stock cubes, and for liquid concentrates. Concentrates in the form of a gel share the advantage with dry concentrates stock cubes of allowing unit dosing. With liquid concentrates they share the advantage that they allow incorporation of liquid 15 ingredients and moist containing particles. Next to this advantage, savoury concentrates in the form of a gel resemble much more the natural appearance of home-made savoury food products. Home-made ready-to-eat savoury food products like soups, sauces or gravies can traditionally be made using meat and bones. After cooling down a home-made soup or gravy, these products often tend to gelatinize or 20 solidify, at least in some extent, and in this way may have the appearance of a jelly, showing a smooth and glossy surface. Moreover, a further advantage of concentrates in the form of a gel, which is highly appreciated by consumers, is that the elasticity of a gel cues freshness, in contrast to a dry or pasty format.
Why use xanthan gum? Xanthan gum helps hold all of the ingredients together, unlike some other gluten-free breads that end up looking like a pile of crumbs. What exactly does xanthan gum do? It actually turns the dough gummy and sticky, which enables the dough to trap gas bubbles from the yeast or other leavener like baking soda, which in turn allows the dough to rise. Imagine if you will a large piece of bubble gum. So, does it actually ferment? Does it replace yeast? Xanthan gum is made by fermentation, it does not itself ferment. Many things are made by fermentation. In the case of Xanthan gum, sugars are digested by bacteria, and they excrete Xanthan gum. An example is vanilla.