Results for: Tapioca

In Home & Garden

What is tapioca?

Tapioca is a starchy substance in the form of hard white grains. It is obtained from cassava and used in cooking puddings and some other dishes. It first came from Brazil. Tap (MORE)
In Carbohydrates and Low-Carb Diets

What is tapioca made of?

From another website: Tapioca is an essentially flavourless starchy ingredient, or fecula, produced from treated and dried cassava (manioc) root and used in cooking. It is (MORE)
In Winn-Dixie stores

Where can you get tapioca flour?

Tapioca flour is a flavorless, colorless, odorless starch extracted from the root of the plant species Manihot esculenta. This species, native to South America, is now cultiva (MORE)
In Cooking Terminology

What are tapioca pearls?

Tapioca is from a tapioca root. Typically used to thicken sauces - commonly known in tapioca pudding.
In Tapioca

Where is tapioca from?

\nThe Amazon\nTapioca is a starch extracted from the root of the plant species Manihot esculenta. This species, native to the Amazon (e.g Brazil), but is now cultivated worldw (MORE)
In Nutrition

Is tapioca healthy for you?

Yes it is healthy. People of the world who cannot grow wheat or corn use it in place of these grains. It is a root crop, like potatoes, and easily grown in poor soils. It is, (MORE)
In Food Science

What is Tapioca Dextrin?

Tapioca Dextrin are short strands of starch from tapioca. It comes from tapioca starch which as been somewhat broken apart (or hydrolyzed).
In Pronouns

What is the pronoun of tapioca?

I would say the pronoun of taapioca would be 'it', since a pronoun renames. Other examples: (Sarah, she) (Tom, he) (bird, it)
In Corn Flakes

Is tapioca a corn?

No, tapioca is starch extracted from the root of a Brazilian plant called Manihot esculenta.
In Food Science

What does tapioca maltodextrin do?

Tapioca maltodextrin simply absorbs and thickens fats. Tapioca starch interacts with water molecules to create a gel; thisis what makes it useful as a thickening ingredient. (MORE)