You can use flour, it won't be exactly the same but it will be close
can i use corn flour instead of corn starch to remove stain from leather boots
Although corn flour and corn starch derive from the same part of the plant, they are NOT the same thing, and in cooking, they behave very differently. If you use corn starch to make tortillas, you'll get an inedible glob of goo. On the other hand, if you use corn flour in place of corn starch, you'll get gruel instead of gravy or sauce or pudding. Corn flour and corn starch should not be confused with (or used in place of) corn meal, which, although related, is a totally different product with a totally different purpose.
No, just use regular clothing starch, or hairspray works well too.
Yes. I have had problems when trying to use old corn starch as a thickener.
Corn starch is a souluble starch.
what is the difference between barley starch and corn starch
Yes! corn bread does contain starch becaus the corn (kernel ) which makes the corn bread contains starch.
I use Wondra flour ..which is a very fine flour that works just as fast as corn starch...or if that is not around I just make a roue with flour and butter
It isn't. Corn starch is covalent.
No you cannot constarch is for u to use for ur icing
Corn starch can be used in food, like to thicken gravy. Laundry starch has chemicals added.