Corn Starch


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What's Inside? Cornstarch is a starch derived from the endosperm of the corn kernel, which gives the plant its energy. Many starches are made from grain rice, for example, tapioca, arrowroot, potatoes, and wheat but cornstarch is the most commonly used among them. Though most people think cornstarch is reserved for cooking, it's quite useful outside the kitchen. Benefits? Good for hair growth...

What's Inside?
  • Cornstarch is a starch derived from the endosperm of the corn kernel, which gives the plant its energy.
  • Many starches are made from grain rice, for example, tapioca, arrowroot, potatoes, and wheat but cornstarch is the most commonly used among them.
  • Though most people think cornstarch is reserved for cooking, it's quite useful outside the kitchen.

Benefits?

  • Good for hair growth under doctor's right prescription.
  • Cornstarch is a versatile ingredient known for its thickening and moisture-wicking properties.
  • Corn Starch is used in the management of the athlete's foot.

Uses?

  • Unlike flour, cornstarch has no real flavor to mask, results in a shiny, glossy sauce and it has twice the thickening power of flour.
  • So use 1 tablespoon of cornstarch for every 2 tablespoons of flour your recipe calls for.
  •  Cornstarch is used in foods like puffy omelets, custards.
What's Inside?
  • Cornstarch is a starch derived from the endosperm of the corn kernel, which gives the plant its energy.
  • Many starches are made from grain rice, for example, tapioca, arrowroot, potatoes, and wheat but cornstarch is the most commonly used among them.
  • Though most people think cornstarch is reserved for cooking, it's quite useful outside the kitchen.

Benefits?

  • Good for hair growth under doctor's right prescription.
  • Cornstarch is a versatile ingredient known for its thickening and moisture-wicking properties.
  • Corn Starch is used in the management of the athlete's foot.

Uses?

  • Unlike flour, cornstarch has no real flavor to mask, results in a shiny, glossy sauce and it has twice the thickening power of flour.
  • So use 1 tablespoon of cornstarch for every 2 tablespoons of flour your recipe calls for.
  •  Cornstarch is used in foods like puffy omelets, custards.
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