Corn Flour, Dakota Black, Heirloom
Working with Kasey White and Jeff Broadie from Lonesome Whistle Farm, our Organic Dakota Black Heirloom Corn was grown by Joel Huesby from Huesby Farms in Touchet, Washington. A fourth generation farm, Huesby Farms was the second in Washington to preserve their Certified Organic farmland through the PCC Farmland Trust. The corn was milled by Camas Country Mill in Eugene, Oregon.
An open-pollinated popping corn, this type of flint corn has been grown and used for centuries. Dakota Black has decorative black and dark maroon ears with starchy kernels that are often popped, or ground into flour or corn meal.
This fine ground flour boasts hues of beautiful purple with white and red speckles. Use for making corn bread, or as a breading for fish and shrimp, or in baked goods. Cake made with corn flour is a well-kept Southern cuisine secret.
|Sustainability Designation||Locally Produced, Organic|
|FL250||25 lb bag||25.00 lbs|
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|FL250-5#||5 lb bag||5.00 lbs|
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