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Is almidon tapioca vegan?

Almidon tapioca is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is almidon tapioca?

Tapioca starch, also known as "almidon tapioca" in Spanish, is a gluten-free, flavorless, and odorless white powder derived from the cassava root. It is widely used as a thickener and stabilizer in a variety of foods, including baked goods, soups, sauces, and desserts. Tapioca starch has a unique ability to absorb and hold water, giving a pleasant texture to the final product. It also provides a clear and glossy appearance to foods, making it an ideal ingredient for custards, puddings, and jellies. Tapioca starch is a popular ingredient in many gluten-free and vegan recipes, making it an excellent alternative to wheat-based thickeners.

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