How Much Does Cornstarch Cost?

Cornstarch, a thickening agent derived from corn, has long been used by many people in cooking.  It is also used by manufacturers of powdered sugar as one of the ingredients of the product used to prevent the sugar from clumping.  It can also be used as a substitute for flour in different recipes, such as batter for fried items.  Corn starch can also be used as a thickening agent in food items such as soup or gravy.  In addition to uses in the kitchen, corn starch is sometimes used by people as a home remedy ingredient for some minor health issues.  In fact, it has been used for generations as method of preventing or helping to soothe diaper rash and other skin rashes; not to mention, most health-conscious individuals used cornstarch as an effective alternative to talcum (baby) powder since it is believe that excessive use of baby powder can cause asthma.  When cornstarch was originally used, it was mainly for starching laundry in the household.  Other household uses for cornstarch include polishing silver and fighting grease stains.  Cornstarch can be used to clean all different surfaces such as fabric and leather.  It can also be mixed with dish soap to make a streak free window cleaner.  Finally, cornstarch can be used to freshen carpet.  Simply sprinkle some all over the floor, let it sit for 30 minutes, and then vacuum.

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