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Is tapiokastärkelse vegan?

Tapiokastärkelse is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tapiokastärkelse?

Tapiokastärkelse is a versatile and gluten-free food ingredient that is derived from the cassava plant. It is a fine white powder that is commonly used as a thickening agent in many dishes, such as soups, sauces, and desserts. Tapiokastärkelse has a neutral taste and a high starch content, which makes it ideal for creating smooth and creamy textures. It is also a popular alternative to wheat flour in gluten-free baking and cooking. Additionally, tapiokastärkelse is known for its ability to withstand high temperatures and acidic environments, making it a reliable ingredient in many food processing applications.

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