Organic Kuzu Root Starch

3.5 oz bag

Retail Price: $10.49


Our Price: $6.95 (Save 34%)

3.5 oz bag

Why You’ll Love It

Certified organic wild mountain kuzu root, hand-cut, crushed, rinsed, soaked, repeatedly washed in cold mountain spring water into a thick paste, and dried for 90 days. A strengthening, healthy starch for thickening sauces, gravies, soups, desserts, and more. A macrobiotic staple. Always dissolve it in a cold liquid before adding it to anything hot. Stir constantly when heating until the milky white becomes clear. Fat and sodium free.
SKU: 024182300116

About This Brand

Based in the southern part of Michigan, Eden Foods is an American food producer that specializes in traditional Japanese products, such as buckwheat soba noodles and umeboshi paste. A range of traditional pantry foods, like apple butter and sauerkraut, rounds out their product selection. How Eden Foods got started Nowadays, organic foods are everywhere, but that wasn’t always the case. In fact, not long ago it was fairly difficult to obtain organic products. Seeing this gap in the market, a group of young entrepreneurs were inspired to come up with a way to provide healthy organic food, and created the Eden Foods Co-op in 1968. The co-op was an instant success, finding a large following, mainly of students at the University of Michigan in the college town of Ann Arbor. These bohemian scholars (who were weary of unrefined processed foods) would stop by the co-op to pick up organic vegetables and wholesome foods. Soon, Eden Foods became a community of like-minded individuals...
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Ingredients

Organic Wild Kuzu Root.


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Serving Size 1 Tbsp (9g) Servings Per Container 11

Amount Per Serving

Calories 30 Calories from Fat 10

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 0g 0%
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 0mg 0%
Total Carbohydrate 8g 3%
Sugars 0g
Protein 0g 0%

Vitamin A 0%
Vitamin C 0%
Calcium 0%
Iron 0%

Reviews For Organic Kuzu Root Starch

Based on 5 Reviews

Organic Kuzu Root Starch

Great for thickening our soy yogurt - great value! Thrive had a great price and fast delivery. website is informative and easy to navigate.

Keep up the good work.

- cj

Mega love this stuff!!

This is great thickener. I have many food sensitivities and this doesn't make me feel bad like most other thickening agents. It also has a totally neutral flavor and works really well for soup and sauces. Doesn't create that slimy gelatinous texture that corn starch does.

- Jennifer

Amazing

This is the best kuzu root starch I've had .the price is right compared to other sites. Great product very natural .

- Lastrada

Love this stuff

Have used it for years, what else is there to say!

- Cheryl

I love this stuff!

Amazing thickening agent without the raw flour or odd corn starch taste. Dissolve in a cold liquid BEFORE adding to hot! You too will be amazed.

- Patricia

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