MSG (Monosodium Glutamate)
MSG (monosodium glutamate) is a flavor enhancer that is commonly used in the food industry.
It is a white crystalline powder that is derived from the amino acid glutamic acid, which is naturally present in many foods, such as tomatoes, cheese, and mushrooms.
MSG works by enhancing the savory or umami taste of food, which is often described as a meaty, brothy, or savory flavor. It does not add a distinct flavor to food, but rather enhances the existing flavors and makes them more pronounced. MSG is often used in savory dishes such as
soups, stews, and gravies, as well as processed foods such as canned and frozen foods, snacks, and fast food.
MSG is often used in Asian cuisine, particularly in Chinese and Japanese cooking. It is also a common ingredient in processed foods such as chips, crackers, and frozen meals. MSG is available as a standalone ingredient or can be found in many commercial seasoning blends and
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