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Pearl tapioca

Pearl tapioca is a food ingredient made from cassava starch, where is it molded into pellets. The raw pellets are usually about 2-3 mm in diameter. They will retain their shape when cooked, but become swollen and translucent.

In Brazil, a popular dessert called "sagu" is made from pearl tapioca cooked with cinnamon, cloves and red wine or grape juice.

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