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Old Nov 2nd, 2013, 06:19 AM
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Corn meal here comes white or yellow, bolted or unbolted. White is the preferred in KY for most things. Unbolted is unsifted with a gritty texture. This link from a nearby mill shows the cornmeal. Click on the pics to see the texture.

White:

http://www.weisenberger.com/Plain_Wh...l_p/200005.htm

http://www.weisenberger.com/Plain_Wh...l_p/201005.htm

Yellow:

http://www.weisenberger.com/Plain_Ye...l_p/280005.htm
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Old Nov 2nd, 2013, 10:14 AM
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Just to add I can buy Maize Flour in my local independent health foods shop, it is subtitled Fine Polenta Flour. Non Genetically Modified, 95p for 500g.

Interesting recipe, though I'll have to have a think about converting decilitres to a quantity I can understand better lol!
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Old Nov 2nd, 2013, 10:39 AM
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I can help you with that. When I made it for the second time I weighed it out after putting it in to the measuring jug
2ozs sunflower seeds
3ozs pumpkin seeds
4ozs sesame seeds
3.5 ozs linseed
7ozs polenta or 4ozs maizemeal.
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