Maizena vs. Cornstarch

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  • Maizena (noun)

    Cornflour, cornstarch.

  • Cornstarch (noun)

    A very fine starch powder derived from corn (maize) used in cooking as a thickener, to keep things from sticking, or as an anti-caking agent.

  • Maizena (noun)

    A trademark for: maize flour as used in cooking; any similar flour used as a thickening agent.

  • Cornstarch (noun)

    finely ground maize flour, used as a thickener in cooking; cornflour.

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