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Maltodextrin is a moderately sweet polysaccharide used as a food additive. It is produced from starch and is usually found as a creamy white hygroscopic powder. That means it binds to oil instead of water. Another great use for it is to mix it with caramel in a food processor. You then make caramel powder, that when places in your mouth turns back into a caramel syrup. They use this technique at Alinea in Chicago.
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Yeah right, I know its easy! I still don't see the point though, olive in powder??