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Pls help! Wheat Starch Substitute

alwayshungry7 | Aug 27, 201912:54 PM     3

Hi everyone! I'm trying to make shrimp dumplings and the recipe calls for 50g of wheat starch and 50g of tapioca starch. My small town doesn't have an Asian food store and I searched every grocery store with no luck. (I'm short on time so I can't order it online.) I see some people are recommending corn starch and others are recommending all purpose flour. Which do you think is the best substitute for wheat starch? I'm trying to make these for my mom's birthday. Thanks :)

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