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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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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 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 to Make Mini Corn Dogs?

These irresistible mini versions of corn dogs are perfect for picnics, sports snacks, and party appetizers. Pop a few of them in a child's brown bag lunch for school. Here is how to make mini corn ... 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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