Origin of carrageen
Examples from the Web for carrageen
Carrageen smells slightly of iodine and when uncleaned tastes offensively salty.
Bandoline, a fixative for keeping hair in curl is commonly prepared from carrageen.
If bought in larger quantities the expenses for carrageen can still be reduced.
In another chapter upon ox-gall I shall explain why the colors used with Carrageen size must be transferred on alum paper.
The rock seaweed (called dillisk) and carrageen moss are used.China|Sir Henry Arthur Blake