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Corn Flakes

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Parent Category: Cereal
Created in 1894 by Will and Dr. John Harvey Kellogg, this corn based cereal was originally an accidental development. When the flakes became a hit with the sanitarium patients they were intended for, the decision was made to market them.
Answer The corn that we eat is the seed part of the corn plant. Each little kernel is a fertilized seed, and if left to mature and dry can be planted and will grow a corn plant.
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Kroger (and most other store brand) cereals are manufactured by Ralston Foods in Cedar Rapids IA, USA. Ralston also manufacturers Post brand cereals. Ralston foods is owned by Ralcorp NYSE (RAH).
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i like cornflakes because i like corn and the taste of them.Also i like them because they are crunchy and can be a quick snack. II DNT I like cornflakes because they taste like my nans vaginal herpes Shut up fool that's disgusting go die!!
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I think Corn is grain category of food like wheat. This not Vegetable and also not fruit.
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Kelloggs All Bran Flakes .. 1 Cup = 34g Bran Flakes --> 1 cup = 48 grams I actually calculated this myself. From a 540g box of Bran Flakes, I measured 11.5 cups the first time and 11.25 cups the second time. I was going to average the two measurements (which would be slightly better "scien…
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Milled corn, sugar, malt flavor, contains 2% or less of salt. BHT added to packaging for freshness. Vitamins and Minerals: Iron, vitamin C (sodium ascorbate, ascorbic acid), niacinamide, vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin B1 (thiamin hydrochloride), vitamin A…
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100 grams of corn contains the following nutrients: Carbohydrates - 9 gm Calcium - 9 mg Dietary fiber - 2.7 gm Fat - 1.2 gm Folate - 46 μg Iron - 0.5 mg Magnesium - 37 mg Niacin- 1.7 mg Phosphorus - 120 mg Potassium - 270 mg Protein - 3.2 gm Sugars - 3.2 gm Vitamin A - 10 μg Vitamin B…
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corn is good for the body.
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It is a Vegetable.
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Corn Corn Corn the long debate is over. If you thing corn is a vegtable you are compleatly correct.for the stupid people out there hear are the fruits  List of FruitsThis list of fruits is a very important part of a balanced and healthy raw food diet and will probably make up the majority of y…
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Threshed corn is corn which the dried grain has been removed from the cob to be used in food production. Originally done by hand, the process of threshing is now mainly done by machine.
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no
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I know a bushel of corn = 56lbs. However. that 56 lbs needs to be milled and what % of the original 56 lbs is used for a finisheds product I do not know.There are 12.9 ounces of milled corn in an 18 oz box of corn flakes, so there would be roughly 69 boxes (18 oz boxes) in a bushel of corn....incide…
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Mostly the Midwest region, know as the corn belt...Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas and Missouri and Nebraska
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it grows on a cob and then you boil the corn until it is ready to eat. grill on the grill until until a little brownish smolder with mayo cover with parmesean cheese and sprinkle with chili powder.
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no corn is not a fruit it is a vegtable it can taste sweet but do not be fooled it is a vegtable
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yes
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Immature corn can be used for silage to feed cows and other livestock. If you are wondering if the corn is immature you should look out for its color and its height. The color is typically brown especially in the stalks. The height is usually quite a bit shorter then the mature corn that is sold for…
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Click the link below labeld "Corn Flakes" that will help you :)
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Mostly starch, sugars, and water.
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Albert Holloway invented corn nuts in 1936.
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Corn is a vegetable.
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Kids like all sugary cearals like frosted flakes because they taste nicer than ones that are good for them. In frosted flakes you get a free toy and they like that aswell.
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maize is the Indian name for corn.
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Usually corn is grown in nice weather and watered fairly. Then the corn is picked, shucked, and cut off of the cob.
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In short, the use of corn in making ethanol-based auto fuel has driven up demand, thereby driving up the price.
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Native Americans, the Kellogg Brothers just stumbled on to how to improve it for mass production and to get it thinner than mashing it in a stone bowl.
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Vitamin a and vitamin b.
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Streptophyta.
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In Britain it's called maize.
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Corn is a grain
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no corn maby corn
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Corn flakes are from food-grade field corn. Sweet corn is pretty much grown for canning, freezing, or fresh eating.
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It's the great state of Iowa.
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Milled corn, sugar and malt
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yes, corn is renewable because it transfers the seeds through fecal matter and witn etc
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I think it's in the North Central region of North America.
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a popcorn dealer
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The invention of corn beef is credited to a chemist named John Wilson. John lived in London, England and came up with idea of corn beef in 1725, meaning that corn beef was not invented in Ireland.
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Use a can opener to open the can. once this is done. pour the corn into a pot and make sure your pot is hot and ready. after pouring the corn in the pot add butter and salt to your measurements. let the corn cook for 6-9 minutes. when the corn is done serve.
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Yes it is just like peas
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Dr Kellog, at his health spa.
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It is a long process, but the short of it is pretty simple. 1) combine ingredients into a wet paste like substance. 2) cut into pieces. 3) bake.
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They're GGGGGGGGRRRRRRRRRRRReat!
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Cornelius Rooster, the ubiquitous green rooster created by Rena Ames Harding, was created in 1957. Harding worked for the Leo Burnett Advertising Agency. Her creation has been pictured on the front of Kellogg's Corn Flakes boxes ever since.
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it makes popcorn and unicorns!
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they are made in a factory.
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No, corn is a grain.
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Ethanol, corn starch, corn syrup, corn meal, corn bread, a type of plastic packaging, and canned corn, baby corn, and even some cosmetics.
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Yes it is .
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Yes, iron filings to be precise. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZqAUffx2Ig
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No, puppies should be fed a high-nutrition puppy or dog food, with some wet (canned) food mixed with the kibble. Corn is a major allergy problem with dogs, so feeding corn flakes is not advisable.
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please answer by 11/18/10 please hurry
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the kernels of the corn are flattened and baked in a oven
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A full tummy?
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Yep
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because corn is a delectible fruit. most people know it is as a vegtible and not a fruit. if that helps.
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All states, except Alaska, are capable of having corn grown in them.
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About 10 cents each :)
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"Niblets" is a cute term for kernels of corn, implying that one might "nibble" on them.
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After extensive research and contact with memoribilia dealers I have found the KCF w/Maurice Richard to be worth $400-500.
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The primary material is corn. It is cooked up and made into flakes.
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Well, corn on the cobe is £2.99 and the caned sweetcorn is £0.35. By the way i got my information from tesco. P.S tesco value
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Yes
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according to a published compendium of useless information by harry bright and harlan briscoe, they were originally marketed as remedies for chronic masturbation.
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Yes.
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$3.70
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Add milk, eat them.
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It was first found in seeds, them it keeps growing into corn of cob.
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yes. and they're delicious with milk.
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Cornsilk is edible and is considered to have many medicinal properties. See related link below.
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John Harvey Kellogg and his brother
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It gives it that "crunch" and crispyness.
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There are about 429 calories in 120 grams of Corn Flakes.
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Corn flakes are flakes of corn. It is a breakfast cereal which is widely popular over the world. It may have added vitamins and minerals.
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Labs, The ears of a corn plant were originally very small, and not edible to man kind. Once humansbecame more developed as a country we began to identify all of the main chaataristics (of genetics) in corn, and began to mutate their forms to both become larger, edible, and in the latter years, sweet…
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I find that oatmeal does a great job of binding hamburger. I use 1 pound of ground beef, and one egg, and 1/4 cup of oatmeal, along with the spices you require to taste. This makes a wonderful hamburger pattie, or a loaf. Hope this helps.
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Corn is a grain. Not a vegetable.
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He was lookng for additional foods for vegetarian diets
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A patent was filed May 1895
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corn can be eaten directly as corn on the cob, or as corn kernels, alone or combined with many other foods in soups, stews, casseroles, fritters, etc. Corn can be dried and ground into cornmeal, then made into many variations of corn bread, grits, polenta, etc. In addition to the multitude of foods …
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Corn and sugar
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Iowa
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Originally, the term "Indian corn" referred to all varieties of maize discovered in the New World. This was later shortened to "corn". Now, "Indian corn" is used to refer to the multi-colored maize. Also, corn on the cob is usually the sweet corn variety. So, the difference is that the corn on the …
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J. H. Kellogg and W. K. Kellogg
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i would cook with chicken, or any noodle w/o sauce
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The cereal cost 10 cents at all grocers except for those west of the Rockies where the cost was 15 centsl
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it is a nugget with corn bread on the top
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