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TerraSana gray kuzu - gluten-free rooted kuzu starch from certified organic crops

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Organic Japanese kuzu starch is an excellent vegetable thickener suitable for vegans, gluten free diet or paleo diet.

A small amount of desserts, sauces and soups dampen the taste and preserve the transparency of the liquid (not the mat).

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Weight net. 125g.; 21,32 pln/100g.

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Kuzu (lat. Pueraria lobata) is a popular Asian plant, "Kuz", "japanese starch" (also found in South America). Kuzu is an excellent vegan alternative to other thickening agents such as gelatine or potato starch. Moreover, the starch found in Kuzu is a rich source of iron, calcium and phosphorus.

Kuzu has many culinary uses - sweet, eg desserts (jelly, jelly, milk desserts) and dry dishes - especially sauces, dips, dressings and soups.

Vegan starch kuzu TerraSana:

  •     Natural, organic thickener
  •     stable density, dishes do not splatter
  •     do not melt the fluids
  •     does not change the taste of dishes
  •     works to alleviate the digestive system
  •     gluten-free
  •     suitable for vegans
  •     Suitable for people on diet paleo
  •     It is alkaline - suitable for acidification of the body
  •     rich source of iron, phosphorus and calcium and isoflavones
  •     It accelerates the excretion of toxins from the body

Organic kuzu starch is an excellent, easy-to-use thickener - unlike many other thickening substances, the kuzu is stable at high temperatures and thickened with no delicacy when cooked. Kuzu is ideal for sauces, desserts, soups or sweet stuffing in dough (eg apple pie stuffing). Kuzu has been prized for centuries in Japan because of its health properties, it acts on the stomach and improves digestive function - the kelly starch molecules penetrate the intestines and eliminate discomfort caused by acidification or bacterial infections.

The use vegan kuzu:

For 1 cup of strong density liquid (eg. A dessert), dissolve 1 tablespoon of kuzu in 2 tablespoons cold liquid, mix with the remaining amount of food you want to thicken. For less concentrated (sauces, soups), dissolve 1 teaspoon of teaspoonfuls in 2 teaspoons of cool liquid and mix with 1 cup of concentrated sauce / soup. Mix to a good melt dissolution and get a clear sauce.

Porcja 5 g W 100 g
Energy value
kcal 16.80  kcal 336.00  kcal
Energy value 70.39 1,407.84
Fats, 0.00 0.00
Saturated fats 0.00 0.00
Trans fats
Monounsaturated fats
Polyunsaturated fats
Carbohydrates, 4.20 84.00
sugars 0.00 0.00
polyols
starches 4.20 84.00
Protein 0.00 0.00
Fiber
Erythritol
Sodium 2.00 40.00
Salt equivalent 5.00 100.00

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Terra Sana gray kuzu - gluten-free rooted kuzu starch from certified organic crops


Net weight: 125g

Ingredients: ground kuzu root / pueraria lobata /

Nutritional values per 100g: energy value 1428kJ / 336kcal, 0g fat (including saturated fatty acids 0g), 85g carbohydrates (including 9g sugars, 84g starches), 0g protein, 100mg

Product suitable for vegans. Gluten free product. The product comes from certified organic crops (NL-BIO-01 NON-EU Agriculture).

Manufacturer: Made in Japan for TerraSana Natuurvoeding BV Postbus 70 NL-2450 AB Leimuiden

Storage: Store in a cool, dry place, in a tightly closed container.

Using kuzu: to use a thick cup of liquid use about 2-3 teaspoons of kuzu; In order to achieve a consistency of jelly, analogous to the effect of using gelatine, use 3 tablespoons of mucus on 250ml of water. Dissolve in cold water.

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