Wheat starch is a starch known to be made from the processed endosperm of the wheat grain. It is handled by mixing the water-soluble starch and then evaporating the water. Since the gluten proteins are removed in the process, wheat starch does not lend any elasticity to dough. Hence it is mainly utilised as a thickener. Gluten-free wheat starch is known as Codex wheat starch. Wheat starch is also generally utilised in sweeteners, for example, maltodextrin, dextrose, and glucose syrup. Wheat starch can also be utilised as a stabiliser for products like puddings or sauces.
Wheat starch is produced from the same grain as wheat flour, and it just goes through extra processing. This means that people who are intolerant or allergic to wheat – even if they are not sensitive to gluten – could have an adverse reaction.
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Poultry enterprises can have varieties like backyard poultry production, farm flock production, commercial poultry farm production, specialised egg production, and integrated egg production, however, the method for processing eggs remain the same.
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