Cassava root (Maravalli Kizhangu, Kappa Kilangu, Tapioca ) is particularly high in vitamin C, an important vitamin that Cassava is a root vegetable. It is the underground part of the cassava shrub, which has the Latin name Manihot esculenta. Tropic roots can be peeled, boiled, and then fried, mashed, or pureed. Their high levels of starch can be extracted to create tapioca, a common thickener for desserts, soups, and manufactured foods. Tapioca is also the key ingredient to the jelly-like pearls that so many of us enjoy in boba teas. Acting as an antioxidant, it's rich in copper, a mineral necessary for neurotransmitter synthesis, energy production, iron & metabolism.
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Store in a Cool and Dry Place Best consumed within 14 days of delivery