Question by  christokels11 (61)

Where does tapioca come from?


Answer by  tatymai (72)

Tapioca is made from the Cassava plant. The root of the plant is ground into a starch and toxins that humans canned have are removed. Tapioca pearls are made from that starch, as well as flours, flakes and sticks. In some cases it is also made from arrowroot starch when you are referring to tapioca puddings.


Answer by  YellowCup (1650)

Tapioca is derived from the roots of the cassava plant. The cassava plant is native to the northern hemisphere. Tapioca is also cultivated in Asia and Africa


Answer by  rbiales (3441)

Tapioca comes from starch extracted from the root of a very easy to grow and common tropical plant, the cassava and is a lifesaving food for the poor.


Answer by  georgekutty (173)

It comes from small bush plant,starch stored its roots in a purticulor time of 6 months. It is very often see in india.


Answer by  Jenna (587)

Tapioca comes from a root plant that was initially found in Brazil. This starch can be used in many different recipes but also is a great type of pudding.

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