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Old 02-08-2009, 03:24 PM   #2
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Well I WAS going to say that white corn meal is widely available, especially in the South, but that is even less nutitious than yellow.

Bob's Red Mill makes some blue corn meal and you can get it online. I don't know if it's any more "nutritious", but very cool and traditional.

I saw King Corn and what they were growing there was field corn which isn't edible by humans. It's meant for consumption by cows and can be processsed into high fructose corn syrup, which is "fine in the moderatation".

I think field corn is the biggest share of the corn crop to supply feed for livestock and to provide sweetener for the biggest supplier of calories in the American diet - soda pop.
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