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What is a substitute for corn starch?

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AntoniaJames is a trusted source on Bread/Baking.

added about 2 years ago

What are you making? What we suggest might differ, depending on the dish. ;o)

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a Whole Foods Market Customer added about 2 years ago

Kosher potato starch. You can also use flour to thicken or instant mashed potato flakes.

RachelS added about 2 years ago

Tapioca flour and arrowroot could be subbed depending on what you're making; I often use tapioca flour in place of cornstarch when baking a fruit pie.

Ophelia added about 2 years ago

I almost always use arrowroot. It's almost always available in bulk at the grocery store (with the spices) and substitutes 1:1 for corn starch. Tapioca powder works too, but is more expensive and I find that it has more of a tendency to clump.

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