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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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What is potato starch?

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Is potato starch?

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Does a potato contain starch?

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