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Kuzu Root Starch

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  • 250.00EGP


Certified organic wild mountain kuzu root, hand-cut, crushed, rinsed, soaked, repeatedly washed in cold mountain spring water into a thick paste, and dried for 90 days. A strengthening, healthy starch for thickening sauces, gravies, soups, desserts, and more. A macrobiotic staple. Always dissolve it in a cold liquid before adding it to anything hot. Stir constantly when heating until the milky white becomes clear. Fat and sodium free.



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Certified organic wild mountain kuzu root, hand-cut, crushed, rinsed, soaked, repeatedly washed in cold mountain spring water into a thick paste, and dried for 90 days. A strengthening, healthy starch for thickening sauces, gravies, soups, desserts, and more. A macrobiotic staple. Always dissolve it in a cold liquid before adding it to anything hot. Stir constantly when heating until the milky white becomes clear. Fat and sodium free.

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