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  • Tapioca gets a tasty revamp
  • Tapioca gets a tasty revamp
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Tapioca gets a tasty revamp

Along with rice pudding and semolina, tapioca is up there with strangely-textured school desserts despised by British kids of a bygone era. But now the humble cassava root starch is enjoying its moment in the limelight, as everyone from Michelin-star chefs to Instagram teens eat it up. 

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