gluten-free food tapioca

Looking for a Gluten-Free Food? Have you tried Tapioca?

Have you tried Tapioca?

Tapioca is a starch extracted from Cassava root, is native to the northeast region of Brazil, but its use spread throughout South America. Its most common use is in tapioca pudding, but the plant elements are also used in certain cultures as a sweet candy or snack. Recently, it has also gained popularity because it is a gluten-free food, so it is often used as a thickening agent instead of wheat-based fillers, which are dangerous for people suffering from Celiac disease.
Here are some of the sides you can add to your Tapioca:
Butter + honey
Marguerita: Cheese + tomato + basil
Ham + cheese
Dulce de Leche

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