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  • Shiloh Farms Tapioca Flour
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Tapioca Flour


 Product Description

SHILOH FARMS Tapioca Flour is a grain-free flour derived from the cassava root. Finely ground and slightly sweet, this starchy white flour is a versatile alternative with wide-ranging applications. Commonly used as a binder, tapioca flour imparts a great texture to baked goods, creating crispy crusts and chewy cookies. 

Because it quickly reaches a high viscosity at lower temperatures, tapioca flour also makes an ideal thickener for pie fillings, sauces, and soups. It dissolves completely in liquid, producing a smooth, glossy consistency. Plus, tapioca flour remains stable when refrigerated or frozen - it never coagulates or separates.

This is the tapioca flour recommended by Silvana Nardone in her book Cooking for Isaiah.

1. For every cup of flour in a recipe, substitute up to 10 percent tapioca flour. 
2. Use about 1/4 to 1/2 cup per recipe to sweeten breads made with rice and millet flour.
3. Substitute tapioca flour for cornstarch 2:1.
4. Use tapioca flour in place of instant tapioca as a thickener in recipes. Instant tapioca doesn't dissolve completely and can leave small gelatinous blobs suspended in the liquid. Tapioca flour is finely ground and dissolves completely, eliminating the gelatinous blob problem.
5. To avoid lumps, first mix tapioca flour with an equal amount of cold liquid until it forms a paste, then whisk it into the liquid you're trying to thicken. Once the thickener is added, cook the mixture briefly to remove any starchy flavor (don't overcook!)
6. Because it works so quickly, tapioca flour is a good choice if you want to correct a sauce just before serving it.

Certified Kosher by KOF-K Kosher Supervision (

Packaged as part of a wheat-free rotation in a facility that also handles wheat, soy, & tree nuts. Read about our cleaning processes & procedures here.

Country of Origin: Thailand

Ingredient: Ground Tapioca (starch)

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  1. Great!

    Posted by Unknown on 7th Aug 2012

    Love the tapicoa flour from Shiloh farms.....I use the recipe from the cookbook: "Cooking for Isaiah" and love her flour recipe!!! The best I have ever tried and we've been gluten free for almost 6 years now!

  2. no funny after taste

    Posted by Unknown on 5th Jul 2012

    I love making a gluten free all purpose flour with this tapioca flour! It makes it taste GREAT!

  3. Not in a gluten free dedicated facility

    Posted by Diedre on 23rd Nov 2010

    How can you call this product "gluten free" when it's used on equipment that also processes wheat? Disapointed as I just bought Silvana's cookbook. I won't be able to use the brand she recommends. I'm really bummed.

    SHILOH FARMS note: Please read SHILOH FARMS Clean Processing Policy and Procedure under the Healthy Eating link at the top of the page.

  4. Silvana Nardone picks it as the best

    Posted by on 18th Nov 2010

    In her book on gluten-free and dairy free cooking, "Cooking for Isaiah" Silvana Nardone picked Shiloh Farms tapioca flour as the best for making her all purpose flour.

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