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Bob's Red Mill All Natural Arrowroot Starch Flour -- 16 oz

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Bob's Red Mill All Natural Arrowroot Starch Flour -- 16 oz

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Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1/4 Cup (32 g)
Servings per Container: About 14
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
   Calories from Fat0
Total Fat0 g0%
   Saturated Fat0 g0%
   Trans Fat0 g0%
Cholesterol0 mg0%
Sodium0 mg0%
Total Carbohydrate28 g9%
   Dietary Fiber1 g4%
   Sugars0 g*
Protein0 g*
Vitamin A0%
Vitamin C0%
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Arrowroot Starch.

Bob's Red Mill All Natural Arrowroot Starch Flour Description

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  • Kosher
  • Non-GMO Project Verified
  • To Your Good Health®

Arrowroot is a large perennial herb (Maranta arundinacea) found in rainforest habitats. The herb is cultivated for a starch obtained from the rhizomes (rootstock), which is also called arrowroot. It is a thickening agent that may be used as a one-for-one replacement for cornstarch. As a thickener, it can be used for soups, sauces and puddings. It has no flavor of its own and is the easiest starch to digest. It is also an excellent ingredient for gluten free baking or breading and creates a softer and lighter texture to cakes and breads. Our Arrowroot Starch is not irradiated and contains no added sulfites.


For thickening: Arrowroot is best used at the end of your cooking just before boiling, as continued heating will cause it to lose its thickening ability. For gravies and sauces: add Arrowroot Starch to a small amount of cool liquid first, then whisk into hot liquids.


For homemade ice cream: Arrowroot starch can help stop ice crystals from forming, which can make the ice cream too frozen to scoop. Use 1 tsp Arrowroot Starch per pint of ice cream.


As an egg replacer: whisk together 1 Tbsp Arrowroot Starch, 1 Tbsp Vegetable Oil, ¼ cup water to equal one egg.


Arrowroot Starch can be used to make a baking poser that can be used by people with sensitivity or allergies to corn.

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Bob's Red Mill All Natural Arrowroot Starch Flour -- 16 oz 4.9 5 27 29
made my AIP ! I love it and baking with it! It is soo good alteratove for gluten starches! And it is cheaper even with shipping and import fees than in Poland!!! I ordered like over 10 boxes so far and this is top quality! So do not hesitate! May 16, 2015
Bob's Red Mill All Natural Arrowroot Starch Flour This product is a must for helping you to become grain free. Easily replaces corn starch for thickening, and combines nicely with blanched almond flour for baking. May 11, 2015
Use for Hair I use this as a dry shampoo. It is cheap and all natural. I have light brown hair with highlights. It does the job of absorbing extra oil and adding a little body when I rub in upside down. However, be careful of making hair white (can add cocoa powder to avoid this). Also, do it over your bathtub to avoid mess. May 5, 2015
So many uses for arrowroot powder! I first bought this for my DIY deodorant... I almost regretted it because I had so much left over and thought I could have just used corn starch. Since then I have used it for making my own makeup! I just used this, cocoa powder & cinnamon for a loose powder. I also use it as a dry shampoo and it is amazing! I would highly recommend this product. My favorite this is NO GMOs! Win win! May 5, 2015
Quality product I heard about the health benefits of arrowroot (high in protein and folate, etc) and have been substituting any starch in my recipe with this arrowroot starch. As a sauce thickener, it is less potent than potato starch but the sauce gets nice flavor. It and works wonderfully in gluten free bread as a tapioca starch substitute. The bread smells better than when I use tapioca starch. May 2, 2015
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