Biji Delima / Pacar Cina Nesia -100gr

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Tapioca balls are translucent spheres produced from tapioca, a starch extracted from the cassava root. They originated as a cheaper alternative to pearl sago in Southeast Asian cuisine.[2][3] They are most commonly referred to as boba (a transliteration of the word "bubble"), or pearls when in bubble tea; these are typically five- to ten-millimeter starch balls, consisting of sweet potato powder, potato powder, or jelly.[citation needed] The various forms of tapioca balls include the original black, flavored, popping, mini, and clear.[4] By adding different ingredients, like water, sugar, and seasoning, tapioca balls can be made to vary in color and in texture.[citation needed] The most common, and original, tapioca balls are usually soaked in a simple sugar syrup to give it a little bit of sweetness while keeping it fresh.[5] They typically lack flavor and gel easily, and are therefore often used as a thickening agent in foods like pudding. The tapioca pearls are simply there to provide texture, the flavor really comes from the drink itself.

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