Tapioca is a cereal obtained from the fleshy root of the CASSAVA, which grows in tropical areas of the world such as Latin

America, the West Indies and the Far East.

Tapioca is almost pure starch and is most commonly sold in ‘pearl’ or flake form. It is used primarily to make milk puddings or as a thickening agent in soups.

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