|Cook Time||Passive Time|
|30-40minutes to bake||30minutes to rest in the fridge|
Kudzu comes in powdery white clumps. It is very high quality starch, which is said to aid digestion. Kudzu is made from the roots of a Japanese plant. It helps gel the fruit juices and maple syrup to create a wonderful thick saucy consistency. It’s available in health food stores. You can substitute kudzu for arrowroot. You can also use it to simply thicken sauces or stir-fry’s rather than using wheat flour.