- Potato: Raw, crushed potatoes are the source. The liquid starch dries to form a white, flour-like powder. It is gluten-free and features in various recipes as a wheat flour alternative.
- Tapioca: This versatile flour comes from the crushed pulp of the cassava root. People can mix it into baked goods or use it as a thickening agent for soups, stews, and sauces.
- Corn: This starch comes from the maize grain. It can thicken recipes and is a base for corn syrup. Doctors also use it to supply glucose to individuals with glycogen storage disease.
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Starch is a natural polymer, or polysaccharide, meaning that it is a long chain comprising one type of molecule. Starch consists of glucose molecules. It can occur in two forms: amylose and amylopectin.
Naturally used as thickeners and stabilizers in foods, fillings, and salad dressings, as well as in the production of noodles and pasta.
Powder or spray made from starch and used before ironing cloths.
Food & beverages.
Adhesive & Glue.