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Cornstarch – #10 Can

Cornstarch is the best thickening agent for baking fruit pies, puddings, and meringue. Thicken your gravies, soups, stews, and stir frys with cornstarch instead of flour for the gluten intolerant.



Cornstarch is a standard thickening agent used in cooking.

Cornstarch is primarily used for cooking and baking needs to thicken gravy and pie fillings. It can be mixed with sugar to make powdered sugar. Mix 1 tablespoon cornstarch with 3 tablespoons of warm water and you have a great egg substitute in cookies, cakes, or breads.

Cornstarch can be used to soothe and calm skin irritations like sunburns, rashes, and allergy-related itchiness. Cornstarch can also be used as an alternative to talc, a knot detangler, to polish silver, clean your windows, as a degreaser, and a remover of various stains. Packaged to store well in your emergency food storage.

Shelf Life:

Should be stored in cool dark place – optimum condition is 60 degrees or less – for longer storage. Product should store for 25+ years if stored properly.

Directions for use:
To thicken hot liquids, mix cornstarch with a little cold liquid until smooth before adding to hot liquids. May also be stirred into sugar before adding to recipe. When recipe calls for flour to thicken soup and stews, use half as much cornstarch as flour.

Serving size 1 Tbs.              Servings per can 241              Calories per serving 15

Net Weight 4.25 Lbs.

Processed in a plant that handles dairy, milk, wheat, egg, soy, and tree nut products.

Additional information

Weight 5.5 lbs