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Re: [slowcooker] Potato starch in stew question...

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  • PQ
    It is indeed potato starch. We picked it up in an oriental grocery in Knoxville. Turns out it worked quite well. It s WEL-PAC brand Potato Starch, Best
    Message 1 of 5 , Apr 30, 2006
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      It is indeed potato starch. We picked it up in an oriental grocery in
      Knoxville. Turns out it worked quite well. It's WEL-PAC brand Potato
      Starch, "Best Quality KATAKURI-KO" Distributed by JFC Authentic Oriental
      Foods.
      PQ
      >
      > I've never heard of potato starch. Maybe you're talking about dehydraded
      > potato flakes. In which case it usually takes 3-4 times the amount for
      > thickening. But you could use a few tablespoons of flour with water to
      > thickened too.
      >
      > Brenda
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