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 Ok....if i don't have corn starch, can I use potato starch instead as a thickener?

Answer Yes, you can. Make sure you dilute it in some cold water just as you would corn starch. If you don't you'll end up with lumpy food. The difference is: Potato starch has a neutral taste, and is an... Read More »
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Is potato starch the same as potato flour?

Though some equate the two products, potato starch and potato flour remain distinct. Manufacturers grind whole dried potatoes to make potato flour. To produce potato starch, machines use pressurize... Read More »
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Uses of Potato Starch?

Potato starch is best known for its thickening properties and is used mostly in food processing to bind, texturize or gel, according to the Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada website. It is often fou... Read More »
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Does a potato contain starch?

Potatoes do contain starch, according to the University of Illinois Extension. In addition to being a very starchy food, they also contain a lot of healthy vitamins and minerals needed by the human... Read More »
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Is potato starch?

Potatoes are considered a dietary starch, packed with carbohydrates comprised of sugar and starch. The potato also contains vitamins and minerals the body needs to work properly. These consideratio... Read More »
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