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Old 02-14-2018, 17:21   #11
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It has carbs but UNCOOKED cornstarch carbs are not digestible. If you can add the flour (cornstarch) after it has cooled enough to NOT be cooked it might work. Actually ingesting uncooked cornstarch can lower BG in some people.

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Old 02-18-2018, 04:19   #12
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In the meantime I ordered some Gum Arabica (Acacia).
It should also be a good binder, and Dutch licorice used to be made with this. Manufacturers switched to flour because it is cheaper.

Gum Arabica is still carbs tho, but 100% soluble fiber. So, it's still a better option.

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