Organically produced tapioca starch for thickening and baking.
With tapioca starch, you can thicken grubs and use it to help in baking as well. Truly popular, tapioca starch has become a friend of bubble tea drinkers: tapioca transforms swiftly into tapioca balls that are also called tapiocabeads.
Tapioca starch is naturally gluten-free starch made from the roots of the cassava plant, which is used in many countries as an integral part of the diet. Tapioca starch is the least processed of all starches and its production method varies from region to region. Around the world, tapioca is used in pastries, soups, vegan cheese, and toothpaste, for example.
Tapioca starch or tapioca flour brings a crunchy texture as well as stickiness to gluten-free pastries. Tapioca starch is suitable for a wide range of baking, as it can replace an egg and thicken jellies or soups, as it gives juiciness and texture.