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Purely Bulk Arrowroot Flour
Purely Bulk's Arrowroot Flour, also known as arrowroot starch, is produced from the arrowroot plant.  This product is completely gluten free and can be used to thicken any food from soups to puddings.

Arrowroot Flour can be exchanged for flour as follows: 1/2 tbsp of Arrowroot flour = 1 tbsp of wheat flour.

Ingredients: Arrowroot flour.

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Jenna: more than a year ago

I used this in apple and pear crisp all throughout the fall - it worked great!


Lynne: more than a year ago

Awesome thickener alternative. I use this in place of cornstarch and sometimes flour in many recipes, from gravies to apple crisp.


Aust: more than a year ago

Some of the starch ended up outside the container in the shipping box while more was caked on the lid borders. Had to use a sharp paring knife to cut a hole on the lid and spoon it out. Flours should be sold in a sealed bag, not something like this.

Zada: more than a year ago

Wonderful alternative cornstarch!


Marina: more than a year ago

Great gluten-free thickener. A must have in the pantry.


kayla: more than a year ago

I bought this to add to my homemade deodorant mixed with coconut oil and organic baking soda with essential oils. I LOVE it. I'll never go back to commercial deodorant again. Love that it can replace cornstarch perfectly. I'll purchase again!!!

Douglas: more than a year ago

As a gluten-free household this is one of my go to ingredients in my flour blends. It is nice to be able to get it at a reasonable price.

Darlene: more than a year ago

I prefer to use this product as it is more easily digested than Cornstarch is as a thickener.

Amanda: more than a year ago

I also use this to make homemade deodorant with lavender essential oil, coconut oil and baking soda, it works great! It is also great as an alternative to cornstarch as a thickener, I actually prefer it!

Michelle: more than a year ago

I use this to make homemade deotorant, it works great. It is also great as an alternative to cornstarch as a thickener.

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