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Has anyone used cassava? This sounds interesting to try. Last night my hub and 16 year old son were encouraging me to bake and try different breads. Poor things baked goods needs have been ignored. :D

If you have used this flour, what did you use it for and where did you find it?

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Lived in Colombia, ate this all the time. I've gone Paleo but you can buy

tapioca flour in ANY store. That's ALL it is! Tapioca. Starch. You can make

the same bread with ANY starch! Plus, you can knead the heck out of it and

it just gets better!

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Lived in Colombia, ate this all the time. I've gone Paleo but you can buy

tapioca flour in ANY store. That's ALL it is! Tapioca. Starch. You can make

the same bread with ANY starch! Plus, you can knead the heck out of it and

it just gets better!

So that's what tapioca is? Well that makes it easier! :)

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So that's what tapioca is? Well that makes it easier! :)

Yuca, cassava, manioc, tapioca-same plant.

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http://indigenous-rainforest-keepers.weebly.com/making-cassava-bread.html

Has anyone used cassava? This sounds interesting to try. Last night my hub and 16 year old son were encouraging me to bake and try different breads. Poor things baked goods needs have been ignored. :D

If you have used this flour, what did you use it for and where did you find it?

Chebe brand mixes are available in my local grocery store. It's in the gluten-free section.

They have the bun mix and pizza mix.

http://www.chebe.com/Products/Dry-Mixes/Chebe-All-Purpose-Mix.aspx

I've heard a lot of people really like their mixes, but I haven't tried them yet.

A mix might be a good way to try the breads? You wouldn't have to invest in a large bag of the flour to try it?

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http://indigenous-rainforest-keepers.weebly.com/making-cassava-bread.html

Has anyone used cassava? This sounds interesting to try. Last night my hub and 16 year old son were encouraging me to bake and try different breads. Poor things baked goods needs have been ignored. :D

If you have used this flour, what did you use it for and where did you find it?

I've used tapioca flour in a blend with Authentic Brand fine brown rice flour to make awesome cupcakes (recipe on gluten-free goddess blog). I think you can find tapioca starch in Asian stores at a pretty reasonable price.

P.S. Great picture!

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