Tapioca, Cassava, Asparagus Cassava 

Tapioca

is the third largest source

of carbohydrates

Providing a basic diet

for half a billion people.

From Breakfast to Midnight

 

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Tapioca our Waffle Ingredients

Ingredients:
Tapioca, Pea Protein, Hawaiian Taro, Hawaiian Cane Sugar , Vanilla, Xanthan gum

The Recipe

Hawaiian Taro Waffles (with Eggs)
Ingredients:
1 cup Hawaiian Waffle Mix, 3 tablespoons butter, 1 cup of water, 2 eggs.
Method:
Heat waffle iron until it is very hot (ToastMaster).
In a Blender: add water, Hawaiian Waffle Mix, melted butter and eggs. Blend on medium speed until the dough smooth and creamy.
Pour the dough into a HOT waffle iron and bake for 10 Minutes for a super crispy waffle add 5 minutes more The amount of time will vary, depending on the waffle iron.

 

Hawaiian Taro Vegan Waffles (without Eggs)
Ingredients:
1 cup Hawaiian Waffle Mix, 3 oil, 1.5 cup of water,

Method:
Heat waffle iron until it is very hot (ToastMaster).
In a Blender: add water, Hawaiian Waffle Mix, and oil. Blend on medium speed until the dough smooth and creamy.
Pour the dough into a HOT waffle iron and bake for 10 Minutes for a super crispy waffle add 5 minutes more The amount of time will vary, depending on the waffle iron. Remarks: for color add brown sugar)

Keep the Waffle Iron Hot Baby

Save the Planet and feed the World 

Compere Harvest Yield of Grain

1 acre produce 3000 pounds of  Grain: wheat, rice, barley, rye

Compare to Taro

1 acre produce 1200 pound of dry Taro

Compare to Tapioca

1 acre produce up to 55,000 pound  Tapioca

Tapioca Consider this

Girl sitting in the kitchen on the desk with fruit and glasses with juice

Almost indispensable for breakfast, convenient for lunch or afternoon snack and convenient for those who want a light meal, the bread is very present in the food routine. But it contains the protein gluten – present in the flour – the bread contributing to that end protruding belly. The good news is that there is a replacement measure up: tapioca.

Tapioca is an ally of the diet

Made with the extracted starch of cassava, tapioca is a type of pancake, typical of northeastern Brazil. The tapioca is a light dough, gluten-free, which has less than half the calories of a roll. Besides being convenient and versatile, this foodstuff is free of fat and sugar, provides more rapid digestion and has a lower sodium content than processed foods. That is, it is worth trying.

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Amazing
Very important is Tapioca for almost a Billion People 

The typical cassava shrub produces unassuming brown roots with snowy white or creamy colored interiors. A cassava crop is perennial—after maturing for at least eight months roots can be harvested for a few years. New plants grow easily from cuttings. The root is carbohydrate-rich, protein-poor and must be boiled, roasted, fermented or otherwise processed to tame compounds that can produce toxic hydrogen cyanide during digestion. Nevertheless, an estimated 800 million people worldwide eat cassava. In Africa 500 million depend on the root as their main staple.