Tapioca Plant?

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Tapioca is a starchy substance in the form of hard white grains which can be obtained from cassava and is commonly used in cooking puddings and other dishes. The species from which it is extracted Manihot esculenta is native to Amazon, Brazil, Colombia and Venezuela as well as the Caribbean.
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tap·i·o·ca
[tap-ee-oh-kuh]
NOUN
1.
a food substance prepared from cassava in granular, flake, pellet (pearl tapioca) or flour form, used in puddings, as a thickener, etc.
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Tapioca is a flavorless, colorless, odorless starch extracted from the root of the plant species Manihot esculenta.
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