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 Is Corn Syrup considered "natural" (corn syrup, not high fructose corn syrup)?

Answer There is no definition of "natural" as recognized by the FDA/USDA. It is a catch-all marketing term for everything from the most processed foods to the most basic foods. Food manufacturers use it t... Read More »
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Can corn flake crumbs be substitued for corn meal?

Yes, corn flake crumbs can be substituted for corn meal in a recipe. In addition to corn meal, corn flake crumbs can also be substituted for bread crumbs, crushed pretzels and panko.References:Food... Read More »
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How did the people on the frontier make corn meal out of corn?

Cornmeal is a type of flour that is made from corn or maize grains. Cornmeal was a staple product in the American frontier. Modern, commercially made cornmeal flour is either steel-ground, using st... Read More »
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Can corn starch be substituted for corn syrup?

Corn starch can not be substituted for corn syrup. Corn starch is a powder that thickens the consistency of a recipe. Corn syrup is a very sweet liquid flavor additive. Ingredient substitutions for... Read More »
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How Does Baby Corn or Asian Corn Grow?

Despite common assumptions that baby corn is only harvested from tiny corn plants, the vegetable comes from early harvest of immature corn plants that would eventually produce full-sized ears if le... Read More »
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