How is a jicama taco shell different from a coconut wrap?

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I read the article about the pancake rule and it said jicama shells are okay because it's just that. The coconut wraps I bought are coconut meat water and olive oil. I understand the idea behind pancake rule but with something like this I don't get it.

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A jicama "taco shell" is a slice of jicama. It’s not shredded and combined with water and oil and reformed into a tortilla-like thing, it's just a slice of a vegetable. The coconut wraps dry out the coconut into a coconut flour, then make tortillas from that.

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