Asked in Corn Flakes
Why are cornflakes called cornflakes if they are made of maize?
maize is the Indian name for corn.
Asked in Candy Corn
What is the differences between candy corn and Indian candy corn?
Indian corn is a traditional candy corn with a chocolate flavored base, usually flavored with cocoa. ...
Asked in Corn Flakes
What makes Indian corn different from regular corn on the cob?
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 cob will taste sweeter and the Indian corn will come in multiple colors. ...
Asked in History, Politics & Society, Corn
Name of indian corn?
Indian corn is Zea mays, and for this reason, most of the world calls it "maize." "Corn" which is from the same root (word) as "cereal," can refer to other edible seeds of the grass family, such as wheat, oats, barley, rye and even rice. ...
Asked in Colonial America
What was the name of the Indian chief that helped the pilgrims survive winter?
Squanto, he taught them to fish, and how to plant corn
Asked in Actors & Actresses
What actors and actresses appeared in Indian Corn - 1972?
The cast of Indian Corn - 1972 includes: Daws Butler as Indian Child Grace Stafford as Woody Woodpecker ...
Asked in Manufacturing
What are four things made from Indian Corn?
Also known as "Flint Corn" due to its exceptionally hard kernel, Indian Corn has been a staple crop for thousands of years since the Native Americans first cultivated it. Flint corn has a naturally low water content and as such is highly resistant to freezing. Its uses - particularly in the Americas where is is naturally "from" - include: Popcorn - real popping corn (because not just ANY corn is good popping corn) is a variant of typical flint corn. Feed - like field...
What is a thanksgiving word that starts with I?
· Indian corn · Indians
Asked in Agriculture, South America, Corn
If corn was first cultivated in South America Why do the Mediterranean States record corn as a food staple 12000 or more years ago In fact the Egytians grew corn where is the truth?
"Corn" or "maize"? Corn is the (or, was the) name for any grain in colonial and precolonial times. Maize was called "Indian corn" and eventually shortened to "corn", and now when we say "corn", that's what we refer to. Your mediterranean states and Egypt are probably not talking about maize. ...