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Tapioca flour

Other names: cassava flour, yucca starch, almidon de yuca

A fine powdery flour made from dried, ground tapioca root. The flour is also referred to as tapioca starch. This product is commonly used as a thickener for sauces, soups and stews, gravies and pie fillings. Commonly available in any Asian market or online.
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Substitute for tapioca flour

Instant tapioca (grind beads to a fine powder before using) OR cornstarch OR instantized flour (such as Wondra)

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