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INGREDIENTS AND FLAVOURS

Salt of the Earth replaces MSG in ranch dressing with Mediterranean Umami
Wednesday, 11 July, 2018, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
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Salt of the Earth, Ltd, has successfully replaced monosodium glutamate (MSG) in the famous ranch dressing with Mediterranean Umami, an all-natural sodium-reduction ingredient based on vegetable extracts and sea salt. Mediterranean Umami keeps the craveable flavour of ranch dressing, without MSG, while reducing sodium at the same time.

Ranch dressing is one of the most popular salad dressings and dipping sauces in the United States, yet previous efforts to get rid of MSG in this classic salad dressing and dip have been unsuccessful until now.

Salt of the Earth completed multiple trials of ranch dressing formulations with and without Mediterranean Umami. These trials effectively demonstrated the ability to maintain the true flavor of ranch dressing, but with 30 per cent less sodium, and without using MSG or yeast extracts.

“We worked intensively to crack the code of MSG’s unique flavor contribution to traditional ranch dressing formulations,” explained David Hart, business unit director, Salt of the Earth.

He added, “The main challenge was to get that craveable flavour ranch is known for, without MSG. Mediterranean Umami is similar to MSG in its ability to boost taste, and it does give the umami flavor consumers crave.”

Chinese restaurant syndrome, a term coined in the 1960s referred to a group of symptoms some people claimed to have experienced after eating foods made with MSG, a common ingredient in Chinese cooking. Today, it is known as MSG Symptom Complex. These symptoms often include headache, skin flushing and sweating.

Many consumers claim to suffer such side effects from MSG ingestion and avoid the ingredient. This gives MSG a strongly negative perception.

“Being a completely natural combination of vegetable extracts and sea salt, Mediterranean Umami does not trigger side effects and is a clean-label product, evoking no negative consumer reactions,” assured Hart.

Chef Osher Eidelman will be preparing fresh dishes with and without Mediterranean Umami at the Salt of the Earth/A&B Ingredients Inc at the IFT Expo, slated to take place in Chicago between July 16 and 18, 2018.

He will demonstrate how Mediterranean Umami can reduce salt, reduce sugar, replace MSG, and boost flavour in various formulations.

Eidelman is also a registered dietitian and a food technologist who specialises in preparing healthy and tasty products.

A well-known personality in Israel, he has popular cooking shows on leading television channels.

The dishes made with Mediterranean Umami at IFT Expo include the following:
  • Fresh salad with Ranch Dressing
  • Patatas Bravas with BBQ sauce
  • Herbed cheese and vegetable wrap
 
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