Bob'S Red Mill Whole Tapioca Flour 566g
Whole Tapioca Flour Pouch 454g
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About This Product
Tapioca Flour is a grain free flour derived from cassava root. It is starchy, slightly sweet, white flour. Use about 1/4 to 1/2 cup per recipe to sweeten breads made with rice and millet flour For a gluten-free flour that can be used for baking and thickening, tapioca is the flour of choice. With a slightly sweet flavour, this flour is sourced from cassava root. Perfect for baking sweets and desserts, or thickening soups, stews and sauces without resorting to gluten-containing thickening agents.
|Serving Size: 1/4(30g)||Servings Per Package: 18|
|Average Quantity||Avg. Quanlity per Serving||Avg. Quanlity per 100g|
|Protein||Less than 1g||Less than 1g|
|Fat, total||Less than 1g||Less than 1g|
|- saturated||Less than 1g||Less than 1g|
|- sugars||Less than 1g||Less than 1g|
|Sodium||Less than 5mg||Less than 5mg|
|Fibre||Less than 1g||Less than 1g|
Tapioca flour (or tapioca starch) is an alternative to traditional wheat flours and has a variety of uses in baking.
- Helps bind gluten free recipes
- Improves the texture of baked goods
- Adds crispness to crusts
- A great thickener in sauces, pies and soups
It can also replace corn starch (use 2 Tbsp tapioca flour for each 1 Tbsp corn starch).
About This Brand
Bob's Red Mill is a true pioneer, providing the finest of flours to the public for over three decades. Beginning with a simple husband and wife business, it has now expanded into an empire of health. Bob's Red Mill continues to provide stone ground flours and products for consumers across the globe. They even accommodates for the gluten-free with a separate facility for all of their gluten-free products. What could be more dedicated than that?
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