Pea starch

the starch or flour of the common pea, which is sometimes used in adulterating wheat flour, pepper, etc.

See also: Pea

References in periodicals archive ?
3.2.6 Integration of Compatibilizer and Pea Starch for Enhanced Degradation of Low Density Polyethylene
Summary: The report explores the global pea starch market for the period 2018--2027.
[UKPRwire, Wed Apr 17 2019] A new report titled " Pea Starch Market - Outlook and Growth Stance Forecasted Through 2027 " has been included in the enormous research repository of Market Research Reports Search Engine (MRRSE) that compiles various facets of the Pea Starch market at a global level portraying a holistic analysis of the marketplace along with intelligence on key participants.
water-holding capacity and cook yield of simulated fish burger and crab cake formulations containing potato powder, pea starch or tapioca starch.
Here, we fed diets containing different amylose/amylopectin ratios (tapioca starch group, 0.12; corn starch, 0.23; wheat starch, 0.24; pea starch, 0.48) for fattening lambs during preweaning, weaning and early post-weaning periods and investigated rumen fermentation and rumen development, and the objective was to find a suitable amylose/amylopectin diet for lambs from the perspective of the rumen.
This also includes protein, starch, and fiber derivatives of these ingredients, (e.g., pea protein, pea starch, or pea fiber).
In contrast, the carbohydrate sources in the Beneful product are highly processed (pea starch, cassava root flour, canola meal).
Huneault, "Comparative study on the films of poly(vinyl alcohol)/pea starch nanocrystals and poly(vinyl alcohol)/native pea starch," Carbohydrate Polymers, vol.
Chicken skin, safflower oil and citric acid have also been removed from the meat of its McNuggets, swapping them for pea starch, rice starch and powdered lemon juice.
Bio-plastics or organic plastics are form of plastics derived from renewable biomass sources such as vegetable oil, corn starch, pea starch unlike fossil-fuel plastics derived from petroleum.