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Re: Making starch
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- Subject: Re: Making starch
- From: Betty Storz <storz@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 15 Nov 1998 14:12:52 -0800
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Jack, When you say, "Go to the grocery store and buy 1 pound of starch," do
you mean Kingsford (food quality), Niagra, or Argo Laundry starch? These
are all cornstarch. Last time I tried to buy dry starch at the market, all
I could find was that blue, ready-mixed stuff. Looked for wheat starch at
the health food store, but all they had was rice starch.
Gaylord and Talas both carry wheat starch, if you can't find it at your
At 05:10 AM 11/15/98 -0500, you wrote:
>Do this a time or two to get a feel for it and then go out and buy another
>pound for a dollar at the local grocery store.
>Jack C. Thompson
>Thompson Conservation Lab.
>7549 N. Fenwick
>Portland, OR 97217
Betty Storz storz@xxxxxxx