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 What is corn meal?

Answer A type of non-wheat flour, cornmeal is made from pulverized dried corn kernels. Cooks mainly use cornmeal in baked goods like breads, cookies and some desserts. The University of Missouri Extension... Read More »
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Can you replace corn meal with corn flour?

Corn meal, the result of grinding kernels of dried corn, is coarse and gritty. Corn flour is finely ground corn that produces smooth-textured food and can replace corn meal in recipes.Source:Using ... 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 you make corn dogs without corn meal?

Without corn meal, you'll have to have a different breading that will taste different than the regular corn dog (using all purpose flour instead). It'll still be good, though! I guess it would be... Read More »
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