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Substitution For Potato Starch
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My nephew is not only gluten-intolerant but is allergic to nightshade vegetables which includes potatoes. Lots of baking recipes have potato starch as a major ingredient, and I understand it makes baked goods more moist than rice flour. Is there something I can use to substitute for the potato starch that will produce a similar product?

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If he can tolerate it, tapioca starch would be a good substitution.

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I've been using sweet potato flour, which I can get from Asian grocery stores.

I haven't noticed a difference in the finished product.

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Another starch that I have been using instead of potato,or corn starch is amaranth flour- starch.

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or arrowroot, perhaps?

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I agree on the arrowroot suggestion. It seems to work better if you choose a flour that is not already in the recipe, I find.

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I agree on the arrowroot suggestion. It seems to work better if you choose a flour that is not already in the recipe, I find.

I meant to say arrowroot too. I don't know how, or why I thought about amaranth flour. Sorry

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