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A dense, whole-grain sprouted bread made from fiber-rich, wholesome ingredients is a much healthier choice than a gluten-free bread made from fiber-free cornstarch, tapioca and rice flour.
To a medium mixing bowl, add the blueberries, rhubarb, sugar, flour, tapioca, salt, nutmeg and lemon juice.
Wafers made from other substances—like rice, tapioca, or potato flour—are not permitted.
Crumpacker says the company was able to get queso on the menu by adding only two ingredients—corn starch and tapioca starch—to its previous total list of 51 that is uses in its food.
For the filling: Toss berries with sugar, tapioca, lime juice and salt in a bowl.
Whisk rice flour, sorghum flour, tapioca starch, baking powder, baking soda, salt, and xanthan gum in a medium bowl.
Those with a sweet tooth will find plenty to enjoy in the park's chocolate pineapple upside down cake and guava tapioca pudding.
Here, guests will find 60-plus menu items, all made on site, including quinoa edamame burgers, coconut curry chicken, sweet plantains, pineapple upside down cake and guava tapioca pudding.
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Origin and Etymology of tapioca
First Known Use: 1707See Words from the same year
TAPIOCA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tapioca for English Language Learners
: the small, white grains of the cassava plant
: a dessert made by cooking tapioca grains usually with milk, eggs, and sugar
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