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Lucia Tapioca Pearl (Sago) - BIG

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Tapioca Pearl (Sago) by Lucia

Tapioca pearls, also known as boba or sago, are small translucent balls of goodness.  It is made up of cassava starch and water.  These are dried tapioca pearls, so here's some cooking tips:

  • Do not wash or rinse tapioca pearls before cooking.  Place it directly in boiling water.
  • You'll know it's cooked when you don't see a white, opaque center.
  • Use a lot of water, and it's okay to keep replacing the water as they become starchy.

Available in 8 oz. / BIG PEARLS

Product of The Philippines.

What is Sago:

Sago is a starch that may be eaten and is produced from a variety of tropical palm palms. It is a common dish in some tropical regions. On the other hand, tapioca pearls are produced using either tapioca or the starch from the root crop cassava. It's not usually possible to use either starch interchangeably.

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