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1640s, tipiaca, from Portuguese or Spanish tapioca, from Tupi (Brazil) tipioca "juice of a pressed cassava," from tipi "residue, dregs" + og, ok "to squeeze out" (from ro [..]
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This is a starchy ingredient derived from the cassava root. Tapioca puddings and custards are made with pearl tapioca, which serves as a thickening agent. Tapioca comes in several forms, including gra [..]
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A starch from the root of the cassava plant, tapioca comes in several forms including granules, pellets (pearl tapioca), and flour. The pellets - also called pearl tapioca - are used mainly to make pu [..]
Source: theodora.com

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(tap-eee-OH-kuh) – Tapioca in its fresh form is called “Yuca,” but Yuca is another name for what is the root of the cassava plant.  To confuse things further, this root is also known as “mani [..]
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This is a starchy ingredient derived from the cassava root. Tapioca puddings and custards are made with pearl tapioca, which serves as a thickening agent. Tapioca comes in several forms, including gra [..]
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A white, granular, starchy substance obtained by heating the root of the cassava, or manioc plant, which grows in the West Indies. Used as a thickening agent, especially in puddings.
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Medium quality ingredient - nutritionally adequate and unlikely to cause any problems Tapioca (sometimes called cassava) is a starch extracted [..]
Source: allaboutdogfood.co.uk

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(n) granular preparation of cassava starch used to thicken especially puddings
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Tapioca is an all natural ingredient that is extracted from the root of the cassava plant via a series of washing, peeling, grating, and drying steps, a process that removes any cyanogenic glycosides. Tapioca is a unique, 98% digestible, grain-free, gluten-free starch used in Instinct Kibble Diets.
Source: naturesvariety.com

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A carbohydrate source that comes from the root of the cassava plant. Highly digestible source of energy.
Source: tasteofthewildpetfood.com

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Tapioca is a source of gluten-free carbohydrate (see carbohydrate, gluten, starch).
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Tapioca, is an all natural ingredient that is extracted from the root of the cassava plant via a series of washing, peeling, grating, and drying steps, a process that removes any cyanogenic glycosides. It is a grain-free and gluten-free starch that is 98% digestible. There are no known allergies to tapioca, and many veterinary teaching hospitals in [..]
Source: acreaturecomfort.com

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Tapioca in its fresh form is called "Yuca," but Yuca is another name for what is the root of the cassava plant. To confuse things further, this root is also known as "manioc," &quo [..]
Source: thecookinginn.com

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A starchy food made from the cassava plant used in puddings.
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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DELICIOUS FOOD!!! IT GOES IN BILO BILO!!! I AM FILIPINO AMERICAN!!!
KatesFilipinoAmerica - 19 April 2022

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