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A fecula is a flavourless starchy ingredient, amylaceous and pulverised, extracted from vegetables like tubers, rhizomes, or seeds, and used for cooking as a food thickener.
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The word comes from the Latin faecula, diminutive of faex (meaning dregs).
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