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Carageenan is not in milk

Carrageenan is a commonly used food additive that is
extracted from red seaweed by using powerful alkali
solvents. These solvents would remove the tissues
and skin from your hands as readily as would any acid.

Alkali and acid: opposites or similar ?

notmilk's carageenan

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