Making blueberry crisp, but no cornstarch. Is there a good substitute? @MarthaStewart @Food52Hotline
I know Coook's Illustrated uses Tapioca in their pies...you could also substitute 2x the amount of flour. I made Rhubarb pies yesterday, and used flour. I think the same applies for Crisps
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