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Is tapioca starch flour vegan?

Tapioca starch flour is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tapioca starch flour?

Tapioca starch flour is a fine, powdery ingredient made from the roots of the cassava plant. It is a gluten-free and grain-free alternative to traditional wheat flours and is often used in baking, thickening sauces, and making noodles. Tapioca starch flour has a neutral taste and a high starch content, making it ideal for creating a smooth, creamy texture in dishes. It is also known for its ability to withstand high temperatures and maintain its thickening properties, making it a popular ingredient in many recipes. Tapioca starch flour is a versatile and essential ingredient in gluten-free and grain-free cooking.

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