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Primitive Technology: Polynesian Arrowroot Flour


Primitive Technology: Polynesian Arrowroot Flour – Creating Polynesian arrowroot flour from scratch.
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I collected polynesian arrowroot, grated it, drawn out and dried the starch and prepared it into gelatinous, pancake shaped food that tasted like rice noodles. Polynesian arrow root is a plant in the very same household as yams however with a various development practice. It has a single, branching leaf and a single bulb listed below ground. They were given Australia about 5000 years earlier as one of the “canoe” plants brought by Polynesian seafarers and grow wild in the hills near my hut to this day. The roots are abundant in starch however have a bitter substance that requires to be seeped out with water to be made edible. This exact same substance is generally a medication in little amounts for dealing with a series of health problems from intestinal upset to snake bite. I collected the bulbs which took about 3 minutes to do per plant, yielding one golf ball sized bulb each. These were then cleaned and grated into a pot utilizing a roofing tile. The resulting mash was combined with water and permitted to settle. The white milky water was then scooped into a 2nd pot and the starch was enabled to settle. The water was then put off and more starch water was tipped in. At this phase the starch was still bitter, so it was combined with water, permitted to settle and the clear water above was put off a number of times eliminating this bitterness. The paste was put onto a tile to dry over a fire when it tasted great. A few of it prepared and ended up being little rubbery pieces of starch. The dry flour was kept in a pot. A few of this was then blended into a paste and prepared on a tile like a pancake. When prepared and has a rubbery texture, it turned clear. It tasted similar to a rice noodle which is unsurprising thinking about the components are almost the exact same. Starch is the biggest carb in the human diet plan. Polynesian arrowroot starch includes 346 calories per 100 g (wheat includes 329) therefore the discovery of this staple food is relatively considerable. It can be saved forever if kept dry and far from weevils or can be kept as live bulbs for 6 months (then they start to grow and must be planted). The live bulbs bitterness indicates animals will not consume them which benefits storage. I might cultivate some in a little plot in the hills near where I dug them up. They are many in the wild however might produce more if the soil is tilled.

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