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The word corn came from the word kernel, prononced cornalby indians.
maize is the Indian name for corn.
Indian corn is a traditional candy corn with a chocolate flavored base, usually flavored with cocoa.
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.
Indian corn is not poisonous, it is really hard corn which is edible; Indians grind the hard corn into flour, and then make it into tortillas. Popcorn is another variety of flint 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.
Wampanoag Indian who thought palgiam grow corn
"Indian corn" is the type of corn that Native Americans raised. It is a type of flint corn with a hard outside layer. It has since been bread into the kinds we have today, a.k.a. field corn, sweet corn, popcorn, etc.
Squanto, he taught them to fish, and how to plant corn
Yes, it is.
corn, stew, cornbread, tomato and beef.
Yes. Gluten is found in wheat, not corn.
The cast of Indian Corn - 1972 includes: Daws Butler as Indian Child Grace Stafford as Woody Woodpecker
No, Indian corn is just fine to feed to horses. Although it is still corn and very starchy, so it should only be fed in small amounts.
not if you cook it right
Any multi-colored corn is usually referred to as Indian Corn.