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Unformatted text preview: Examples include jellies and puddings. Insoluble Fiber Hemi-cellulose- an insoluble fiber similar to cellulose Lignin- an insoluble fiber that is not a polysaccharide. Found in the woody portion of plants. Whole grains are good sources of insoluble fiber Soluble Fiber Pectin- a soluble fiber. Used to make jellies. Beta-glucan- a soluble fiber found in oats Gums and mucilages- forms of soluble fiber...
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- Fall '09