What Is the Nutritional Value of Tapioca?


The word tapioca comes from the Brazilian Tupi word "tipi'oca. Ty means "juice, pya, means "heart, and oca, means "remove. Removing the heart and juice of the root is how tapioca is extracted. The root is harvested and the pulp inside is boiled down
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Tapioca has been considered a healthy food because, as a
Tapioca is a starch. It is a staple in many diets around the world. It's gluten-free and nearly protein-free. The plants it comes from have the nutritional value, not the starch itself
Answer : People have been eating tapioca at least since the heyday of the Mayans, who first figured out how to process the root of the cassava plant (also called manioc or yuca)
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