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We’re bewitched by the joint’s savory waffle, a gluten-free marvel made with potato starch and tapioca flour, that’s pelted with zucchini, flax seeds and carrots. Ringed with a creamy garlic-and …

Instant Tapioca Pudding Mix Quick Cooking Tapioca Granules Tapioca granules/flakes/pellets are used to make tapioca pudding and to thicken pie fillings. The grains don’t dissolve completely when cooked, so puddings and pies thickened with them end up studded with tiny gelatinous balls. If you don’t mind the balls, you can also use tapioca to thicken soups, gravies, and stews.
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including a hot-pink concoction called the Ruze, which is made from prickly-pear tea, prickly-pear syrup, milk, and tapioca pearls.

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Country Velador (she’s the pastry chef for Cowboy Ciao) and her super-sweet husband, Sergio, had already made a mark with Super Chunk, their adorable candy shop (featuring everything from …