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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corn_starch

Corn starch is a common food ingredient, used in thickening sauces or soups, and in making corn syrup and other sugars. It is versatile, easily modified, and finds many uses in industry as adhesives, in paper products, as an anti-sticking agent, and textile manufacturing.

www.quora.com/What-are-the-ingredients-in-cornstarch

In the endosperm the protein (which is the smallest part) is removed from the starch granules - usually by washing and centrifuging - and then the starch is dried. That's cornstarch. The bran germ protein are usually used for other things - sometimes other food ingredients, sometimes it goes to animal feed.

www.thespruceeats.com/what-is-corn-starch-1328466

Cornstarch is often preferred to flour as a thickener because the resulting gel is transparent, rather than opaque. Cornstarch is also relatively flavorless compared to flour and provides roughly two times the thickening power. It can be substituted at half the volume of flour in any recipe that calls for flour as a thickening agent.

bakerpedia.com/ingredients/corn-starch

Corn starch is a fine, powdery substance derived from the endosperm of the corn kernel. It is commonly used as a thickener in puddings, gravies, sauces and fruit compote and can be used as a partial replacement for cake flour. Corn starch is gluten-free.

www.chefsteps.com/ingredients/cornstarch--2

Cornstarch, is the starch derived from the corn (maize) grain or wheat. The starch is obtained from the endosperm of the kernel.

www.drugs.com/inactive/corn-starch-30.html

Corn starch is a natural starch product that is derived from the corn kernel. It is a white to slightly yellowish fine powder commonly used in the food and pharmaceutical manufacturing industries. In the pharmaceutical industry it is used as a disintegrant and binder.

www.hunker.com/12003457/ingredients-for-liquid-starch

The most common ingredient in contemporary laundry starch is corn starch, but it isn't the only one. In fact, commercial starches contain a host of dicey chemicals. You can avoid these by making your own starch from corn starch or—because it's made from potatoes—avodka.

www.healthline.com/nutrition/substitutes-for-cornstarch

Cornstarch is widely used in cooking and baking. It's a pure starch powder that is extracted from corn kernels by removing all of their outer bran and germ, leaving behind the starch-rich endosperm.

littlebinsforlittlehands.com/how-to-make-corn-starch-slime...

Cornstarch is always packed into our homemade science kits! It’s a terrific ingredient for cool kitchen science activities. Corn starch is great to have on hand to whip up quick science. This recipe is one part glue to three parts {give or take a little} cornstarch. I always start with the glue ...

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