FAQs about Sabudana
What is Sabudana made from?
Sabudana is made from the starch of Cassava tuber. This starch is commonly known as Tapioca.
What is Sabudana?
Sabudana is a staple food consumed in many part of India. Sabudana is tapioca balls/pearls that is used to make many Indian dishes such as Sabudana Kichidi, Sabudana Vada, Sabudana kheer, etc. Sabudana is popularly consumed during auspicious days and days during when people fast.
Is Sabudana gluten free?
Yes, sabudana is gluten free. Sabudana is made from Tapioca (cassava), which is naturally gluten free.
Which Sabudana is the best?
Good quality sabudana should have the following characteristics:
- It should be soft
- It should be non-sticky
- It should not have a bad smell when soaked in water
When you buy a sabudana product, you will not be able to evaluate these points. One can check the quality only after soaking it in water. Thus it is recommended to not buy loose sabudana and buy branded sabudana such as our HARAPPA sabudana. As a brand we ensure the quality is good and more importantly consitent.
Is it okay to consume sabudana during pregnancy?
Please consult your doctor for this. Like many people, some doctors might not know that sabudana is made from tapioca/cassava, so with the information that sabudana is cassava starch, you can consult with your doctor and make an informed decision