put the box in the microwave for three minutes then let it dry completely. It will be crunchy and chuncky like it use to be in the 1970's
nuts are not crunchy
It depends on the vegetable amount of carbohydrates and if it is starch or not.
People DO NOT eat chicks.
Starch as in pasta, potatoes etc? That does not prevent pregnancy.
1.starch is digestable and fibre is non digestable. 2.starch made from pectin and amylopectin and fibre made from many plant components such as imonin etc.
you cant buy it. u have to make it with some ingredients
You can't buy it crunchy anymore, but to make it crunchy you have to heat the starch. The best way to heat it isin the microwave for 2-3 minutes. First step: pack the starch tightely in the box this can me done by hitting the bottom of the box on the table until its all packed down. Second step: take the white bag inside the box and fold it until its pressed firmly against the starch. Third step: close top flap and set the microwave for 3 mins and 30 secs then microwave. Fourth step: take out of microwave open the top flap and white bag sit in a dry place for cooling do not shake the box what so ever. Cooling usually takes 45 mins to 1 hr once cool the argo starch should be crunchy and ready for eating. Djd
It is just as addictive as drugs. I have been eating Argo Starches for 26years... I find it impossible to stop. If you start eating Argo Starches you will become a starch addict.
no no no no no you can eat corn starch you cannot eat laundry starch
Argo has a starch in a box that comes in chunky bead like shape.
Very probable no salt in starch but read the label to be sure.
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Yes, a person can eat Argo cornstarch. However, this is usually a sign of a medical condition such as low iron.
First off, I would really like to know why you started to begin with. That is a little strange. The main thing is to have will power. In anything you are trying to stop doing you have to resist the urge to do it. Depending on how much laundry starch you take, you need to decrease the amount over a month and over time you will stop altogether. You can also use the tactic to avoid being around the starch so that you don't have the urge to eat it. I hope this helped you in your odd need.
If you can't find it in your local supermarket, it is available from The WEBstaurant Store
I don't think they make chunky cornstarch and I'm assuming you want it for eating. I eat starch laundry or cornstarch. They use to make argo cornstarch chunks but too many people were eating it so now i only see the powdered.I would love to get a box of laundry starch chunks also.It used to come in a blue box from argo.