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Is cassava flour tapioca flour?

Date:Jun 26, 2018/ FAQ/ Chat online

Cassava flour tapioca not same thing, actually they are different concepts, different usage, different production process.

Is cassava flour tapioca flour the same thing? The answer is no. Cassava flour and tapioca flour are sometimes used interchangeably, however, they’re not the same product. Tapioca flour is actually the bleached and extracted starch from the cassava tuber. Tapioca flour, also known as tapioca starch or cassava starch, is a starch white flour that has a slight sweet flavor to it. Tapioca flour is an alternative to traditional wheat flours and has a variety of uses in baking.Tapioca flour is extracted from the cassava plant through a process of washing and pulping. After extraction, the wet pulp is squeezed to create a starchy liquid. Once all the water evaporates, the tapioca flour remains.Tapioca flour is typically used as a thickener because of its high starch content, while cassava flour contains the fiber from the root that makes it ideal for preparing more structured dishes. Tapioca flour is better suited for achieving smooth, rich mousses, sauces, puddings and gravies. Moreover, tapioca flour can be used in paper-making industry, glass fiber making and so on.

cassava flour production process

Cassava and cassava processing

Is cassava flour tapioca flour the same production process?

The answer is also no. The process of processing cassava flour and tapioca flour are different. Processing cassava flour does not need the procedure for removing fiber. Cassava flour processing line mainly includes cassava cleaning and washing, cassava peeling , cassava rasping, cassava flour dewatering, cassava flour drying, cassava flour sieving and packing. While tapioca flour processing line mainly includes cassava washing and cleaning, cassava cutting, cassava crushing, tapioca flour washing and concentrating, tapioca flour dewatering, tapioca flour drying, tapioca flour sieving and packing. Though they have same processing steps, but there are different steps. Therefore they are not produced by a same set of processing machine.

cassava flour usage

Cassava flour usage

Is cassava flour tapioca flour processed by the sames machine?

The answer is definitely no, they are processed by diverse machines. For example, cassava flour processing line does not include fiber removing and starch extraction. However, the two sets of processing machines are  produced by Doing company combined with advanced technology, so they are in high quality.

cassava processing machine

DOING factory and cassava processing machines

Cassava is a tropical plant that bears an energy-packed, tuberous root that’s rich in carbohydrates and is used in both sweet and savory dishes. The root of cassava is a staple food item in many South American and African countries, and is often referred to as yuca or manioc. The cassava tuber is dried and ground to produce cassava flour.?The cassava flour has very smooth, almost powdery, consistency. That’s ideal for baking traditionally more dense treats, such as brownies or cookies. The root is mildly flavored with a faint nutty taste—however, it tends to have a more neutral flavor compared to other alternative flours like almond flour or coconut flour. It is also one of the few gluten-free flours that has a near 1:1 substitution ratio with all-purpose wheat flour in most baked good recipes that do not require significant rising.

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