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Cornstarch is a fine, powdery flour ground from the endosperm, or white heart, of the corn kernel. Lacking gluten, it is used as a neutral-flavored thickening agent in such preparations as sauces and fillings and to give baked goods a delicate texture. It is also known as cornflour.
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