Whole Grain Polenta?

SnomamApril 6, 2007

I'm trying to find a source for polenta ground from the whole corn kernel. Some brands are from degermed corn. Can I just use stone ground cornmeal? TIA

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ruthieg__tx

Polenta is just a cooked grain, lots of different grains...and even in Italy, it is made from different grains/flours, even chestnut flour...so if stone ground meal is what you can get...try it...I am betting it would be delish...I have eaten cornmeal mush many times and it is great...

    Bookmark   April 7, 2007 at 8:40AM
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