Can You Eat Indian Corn?


Indian corn is usually used as an ornamental and decorative corn. You can eat Indian corn unless it has been colored or painted on. The best way to eat it is to pop it like pop corn.
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Native Americans developed corn as an easy to grow, high nutrition
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1. Cook the corn. Some exceptionally fresh and ripe corn does not need to be cooked at all. Ad. 2. Watch out! The corn will be hot! Eat the main dish of your meal first while you
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