Tapioca Flour 1-5 lbs Pack, Gluten free, Paleo, Kosher Certified | IYA FOODS

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Tapioca Flour 1-5 lbs Pack, Gluten free, Paleo, Kosher Certified

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Ingredients

100% Made with Food - Our Tapioca Flour (also known as Tapioca Starch) is made 100% from cassava manioc root, a starchy root vegetable also known as Manihot Esculenta. Tapioca flour/starch is a pure form of food starch used in so many parts of the world including the United States for cooking, baking and so much more.

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100% Made with Food - Our Tapioca Flour (also known as Tapioca Starch) is made 100% from cassava manioc root, a starchy root vegetable also known as Manihot Esculenta. Tapioca flour/starch is a pure form of food starch used in so many parts of the world including the United States for cooking, baking and so much more.

Dedicated Facility - We produce our Tapioca Flour in our fully automated state-of-the-art cassava dedicated facility.

Our Farmers – we work directly with farmers from pre-planting all through harvest to ensure the highest quality organically grown cassava root for our Tapioca Flour. You can see and taste the quality.

Allergen Free - Iya Foods Tapioca flour/starch is a Gluten-Free, Non-GMO, Vegan, Allergen- Free, Preservative Free, Additive-Free Flour. Our facility is SQF certified. We do not bleach, irradiate, or use anything artificial ever.

Great for Baking & Cooking - Great substitute for gluten and grain-free flours and thickeners. Want to bake gluten free, allergen free foods without it breaking apart? Use our Tapioca Flour for an elastic texture that will adapt to any recipe.

Texture - Adds flour-like texture to any recipe, crusty, fluffy, moist etc. this tapioca flour is very versatile

Swap Measurement

Baking – Start with ¾ cup Tapioca Flour = 1 cup regular wheat flour. Increase to 1:1 as needed

Cooking - 2 Tbsp Tapioca Flour = 1 Tbsp Corn Starch

 

Uses

Our tapioca flour/starch can be used for

  • Baking
  • Pancakes & Waffles
  • Pastries, breads & more
  • Cooking
  • Sauce thickener
  • …and so much more

FAQS

Is Tapioca same thing as cassava flour? No. Cassava flour and tapioca flour are different items even though a lot of people use these two terms interchangeably. Tapioca is a starch extracted from cassava root while cassava is the entire root as a flour and usually has more fiber etc.

How do you bake with Tapioca flour? You can swap tapioca flour with any flour in approx. ¾ cup to 1 cup ratio (for fluffy recipes) or 1:1 (for thicker, more dense recipes). Depending on the recipe, we suggest you start with ¾ cup tapioca flour/starch to 1 cup if you are not sure about what works best for your recipe because it’s easier to add a little more flour i.e. ¼ cup more if needed.

How do you swap with corn starch? 0.5:1 i.e. Use 0.5 cup tapioca starch to 1 cup corn starch. 2 Tbsp tapioca flour = 1 Tbsp corn starch.

Is there cyanide in Tapioca flour/starch? No. There is no cyanide in our Tapioca flour/starch. Our automated process removes all naturally occurring cyanide. We also test every single batch in a third-party accredited lab to ensure our tapioca flour is ready to enjoy.

Fresh raw cassava root has naturally occurring cyanide similar to cyanide found in almonds, spinach, apples etc. This naturally occurring cyanide is mostly in the peel which is 100% removed during tapioca production. Tapioca flour is not raw cassava, it has gone through 100% automated, state-of-the-art peeling, washing, soaking, milling, drying etc. to turn into flour/starch.

The peeling, heat and drying process removes any cyanide. We also lab test our tapioca flour is the SQF certified in-house lab and a second time again in a standardized, certified, independent food lab for your confidence. Tapioca flour is safe which is why so many people love and have been eating it for generations.

Where do you source your cassava root – Nigeria, West Africa. Nigeria is the #1 grower and producer of cassava root in the world with approximately 60 million metric tons of cassava grown annually. Our founder, Toyin Kolawole is a Nigerian American, born in Nigeria so she grew up eating cassava root in many recipes and loves it, our tapioca flour is one of her favorite allergen-free flours to use.

Why should I buy your Tapioca Flour? That’s a great question. Our #1 focus is nourishment. Iya means mother in Yoruba (a popular West African language also spoken in parts of Brazil). Iya Foods started in Toyin’s kitchen where she created so many delicious everyday favorites such as pancakes, chocolate cake, waffles etc. for her family using her freshly made tapioca flour. This is why our promise to you is nourishment, everything we sell, we also eat. At our core is the firm belief that food should be made from food. We hope you will try ours. Thank you.

What is Tapioca Flour 1-5 lbs Pack, Gluten free, Paleo, Kosher Certified ?

  • Made 100% with Premium Organically Grown Cassava Manioc (Yuca) Root - Our Tapioca flour is made from one ingredient only i.e. cassava root from same day harvests sourced direct from farmers
  • Batch Tested for Purity - Produced in a state-of-the-art 100% allergen free, fully automated facility. Plant Based, Grain-Free, Vegan, Non-GMO, Preservatives-Free, Additives-Free, Bleach-Free, Nothing artificial ever, 100% food.
  • Authentic & Versatile – This authentic tapioca flour/starch can be used in any recipe instead of corn starch or wheat flour. It has a white natural color, near neutral aroma & taste.
  • Great in any Recipe – Also a great binder, our tapioca flour can adapt to any recipe. Use in gluten free, grain free baking, sauce thickener, cooking etc.
  • Satisfaction Guarantee – We have an average 95% satisfaction rate, but we want all our customers to be happy. While food is not returnable, please contact us if you are unhappy and we will issue a full refund.

        Nutritional Facts

        Swap Measurement

        Baking – Start with ¾ cup Tapioca Flour = 1 cup regular wheat flour. Increase to 1:1 as needed

        Cooking - 2 Tbsp Tapioca Flour = 1 Tbsp Corn Starch




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