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Is fecula de tapioca vegan?

Fecula de tapioca is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fecula de tapioca?

Fecula de tapioca, also known as tapioca starch, is a gluten-free and paleo-friendly ingredient derived from the cassava plant. It has a fine, white texture and is commonly used in baking and cooking as a thickening agent, especially in recipes that require a clear and smooth consistency. Fecula de tapioca is also a popular ingredient in Asian cuisine, where it is used to make noodles and dumplings. Due to its neutral flavor profile and versatility, it can be easily incorporated into various recipes as a substitute for other thickeners such as cornstarch or flour.

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