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Argo 100% Pure Corn Starch, 16 Oz

    • Ratings :
    • 4.8 stars
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  • 5-9 Days
  • Get it to Bahrain by 30-October to 03-November.
BHD 7.230
 
 

  • 100% Pure
  • Over 100 Years of Quality
  • Thicken Sauces & Gravies. Great for Baking
  • A Gluten Free Product
  • 16 Ounce Recyclable, Stay-Fresh Container


Argo 100% Pure Corn Starch, 16 Oz

 

Customer Review



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Way to expensive!

You can buy this same stuff at the grocery store. Obviously I don't cook and didn't know that. I was using this for a dry hair shampoo. And it's not the right stuff. Just go to the store and buy this . It's like 2 bucks.

by M, July 2, 2019


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Total Misrepresentation

If you’re hoping to grab one of these square plastic containers, as a collector’s item. Forget it. They sent the new round container at whatever the over the top price was. Not the real deal don’t buy it. Very disappointed in the obvious bait and switch tactic.

by Ms.Kitty, January 22, 2020


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Someone is trying to fool consumers the usual way --- bait and switch

They showed the large square box of cornstarch like BJs or other such bulk suppliers sell. But they sent, at great price (five times normal cost!!), the little cylindrical 1-pound box that costs much less in the regular supermarket. This is bait-and-switch and there is...

by Phebe, October 2, 2020


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Cornstarch out of the kitchen is the best!

I use this mostly out of the kitchen for two things. One is for sweaty bodies (still the best thing going in my opinion!). The second is in the laundry room on clothes that have spots of grease. I rub some cornstarch in, let it set, then launder. That usually takes care of...

by Valerie W. Kiesel, May 15, 2017


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Great for oily hair!

I use this with a fluffy makeup brush on my scalp and hair, then brush roots to end. Works exactly like dry shampoo but is probably 100x more price effective. Doesn't show white unless you apply too much to the scalp and don't brush it. You can add cocoa powder to darken,...

by J. Burch, January 30, 2017


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homemade deodorant

this is a staple in my homemade deodorant. I use cornstarch, baking soda, coconut oil, and tea tree oil. Leaves no stains, leaves my pits dry. No sweating.

by Nicole M, February 21, 2017


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Baby powder alternative

When I was a kid in the 1950s this is the only thing my mom trusted for powdering the tush area. She amide the right choice plus it replaces flour in gravy or any other thickener you need in cooking. It has many many uses. This is among the things no kitchen should be...

by Vera McHale, January 14, 2019


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A pantry staple

This is a good staple pantry must in my home, from gravies, used in my Asian cuisine, been using it as kid for baking as well. Always had this in our kitchen when Grammie cooked. Definitely good to use when stir frying as it makes the meat moist and tender.

by QueenZhjhannah, August 23, 2020



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