21 visiting now: 8 USA USA flag 7 France France flag 3 UK UK flag 1 Turkey Turkey flag 1 China China flag 1 Russia Russia flag

Highlighted Companies

  • Hominter Building Materials Co., Ltd. (China): Hominter Building Materials Co. Ltd., founded in 2002, is a professional mosaic... http://www.hominter.com
  • Rashid Essa Building Material Co LLC (UAE): Building Materials LED Lighting Solar Products Corner guard, Wall Guard Tarpaulin Steel... http://www.rashidessa.com


  • The Process Of Making Your Own Cassava Flour - China

    price: 5600.00 Dollar US$

    Follow these steps in order to make your own high-quality cassava flour:
    1. Preare cassava roots: Select mature, freshly harvested cassava roots. If you’re able to find them in stores, look for roots that are firm without any bruising or cracks.
    2. Peel and wash the roots: Remove the stalk and woody tips from the roots. Peel the root with a hand-held peeler just like you would potatoes or carrots, then rinse them well. Peeling the root is also recommended since the peels naturally contain a very small amount of cyanide. However, it’s not a high enough amount to usually cause a problem and is nearly always thoroughly removed during manufacturing and heating.
    3. Grate the roots: Grate cassava roots into a fine mash, using a hand-held grater or food processor.
    4. Press and dry the roots: Pack the grated cassava mash into a clean bag or cheesecloth sack to press its water out. Get the cassava mash as dry as possible, then spread it onto a drying rack. Ideally, you can place the rack in the sun outside, or you can slowly dry the flour in a dehydrator or your oven at a low temperature. If you find that drying outdoors in the sun makes the cassava starch ferment and take on a sour, musty smell and taste, then use your oven instead. If you don’t have access to sunshine (it’s raining or you live in an apartment), this is a good time to dry cassava indoors too.
    5. Mill and sift your flour: The dried cassava mash is ready when it produces a crumbly, white-colored flour. Gently mill/mash the flour into a fine texture with a mortar and sift through it to remove any clumps or leftover fibrous materials. Once it’s ready, you can use cassava flour in recipes right away or store it somewhere cool and dry for several months. Ideally use it within about three months to up to six months.


    Company Contact:


    • Phone: 0086 135 2661 5783

    • Address: www.cassavaprocessingmachine.com Zhengzhou,Henan,China, zhengzhou, Henan province, China

    • Email: Email


    Published date: October 19, 2016 -

    • Business Description: Spontaneous research and development the following product:
      cassava machine,cassava starch machine,cassva processing machine,cassava starch processing machine,gluten syrup machine from statch
      Potato,sweet potato and cassava starch production plant
      Glucose syrup & Maltose syrup processing plant
      Corn syrup & high fructose processing plant
      Air flow clash dyer
      Drum rotary dehydration machine .

    Related listings



    • What Is A Yam
      What Is A Yam
      Manufacturing technologies - Jiaozuo Doing Machanical Equipment Co., Ltd - China - October 19, 2016 - 154300.00 Dollar US$

      What is a yam? For the vegetable sometimes called yam in the United States, see sweet potato. For the vegetable called yam in New Zealand, see Oxalis tuberosa.Yams at Brixton Market in London Yam is the common name for some plant species in the genus...

    • What Are The Cassava Starch Properties
      What Are The Cassava Starch Properties
      Manufacturing technologies - Jiaozuo Doing Machanical Equipment Co., Ltd - China - October 19, 2016 - 5600.00 Dollar US$

      Description of cassava starch properties: Cassava is adapted to the zone within latitudes 30° north and south of the equator, at elevations of not more than two thousand meters above sea level, in temperatures ranging from 18-25°C to rainfall of fift...

    • Why We Choose Starch Production From Cassava
      Why We Choose Starch Production From Cassava
      Manufacturing technologies - Jiaozuo Doing Machanical Equipment Co., Ltd - China - October 19, 2016 - 5600.00 Dollar US$

      An edible root crop with about 23% starch content (82% on dry matter basis). Root is stable in the ground for up to 2-3 years. Roots start to degrade as soon as harvested. Approximately 9 – 12 months cycle with high yields (10 to 60 MT per HA) Can be...



    Safe Trade Tips

    • Ask for business references and check them
    • Use a payment method that offers better protection for all such as Letters of credit and verified professional escrow services. Avoid payments in advance such as money transfers
    • Verify their business via their local Chamber of Commerce
    • Search the internet using their website address, their business name, their phone and fax numbers, and their email addresses to see if you can find any feedback about them.
    • Get to know more about scams to avoid: Internet Crime Complaint Center - International Financial Scams
    • This site is never involved in any transaction, and does not handle payments, shipping, guarantee transactions, provide escrow services, or offer "buyer protection" or "seller certification"