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With just-ripe bananas, the starch helps hold the cookies together, and the caramelization will bring out their natural sweetness.
Dig them up before the swamp freezes solid and you can take advantage of this valuable starch source.
13 EDIBLE PLANTS YOU CAN STILL FIND IN THE WINTERBY TIM MACWELCH/OUTDOOR LIFEDECEMBER 1, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Add the onion, eggs, flour, potato starch, salt and pepper to the potatoes.
Russets, packed with starch and relatively low in moisture, are ideal.
It does that by binding with a starch, such as flour, so the flour can absorb liquid evenly, thickening the gravy without clumping.
Plants also can store the energy packed in a glucose molecule within larger starch molecules.
The new restrictions on the use of starch will, says Captain Bathurst, affect the wearing of starched garments.
They differed in complexion, some of the newly arrived being delightfully fresh and pink under their starched bandeaux.
HILDASARAH JEANETTE DUNCAN
Any starched person would remind him constantly of Maria and her letter and her running away.
THE BOY GREW OLDERHEYWOOD BROUN
Within the most starched cravat there passes a windpipe and weasand, and under the thickliest embroidered waistcoat beats a heart.

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