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Professor Torbert's Orange Corn

Professor Torbert's Orange Corn Flour | 1 lb (16oz)

Grains, Granola, & Pasta: Cereals, Gluten Free, Non-GMO, Vegan

VERSATILE | Orange Corn Flour adds a delightful color and flavor to fry batters, cornbread, corn cakes, or any other recipe that calls for corn flour.

NUTRITIOUS | Professor Torbert originally developed his orange corn to help alleviate malnutrition in parts of Africa.

1% FOR HIDDEN HUNGER | A percentage of your purchase provides Orange Corn seed to a farmer in Sub-Saharan Africa, empowering them to address malnutrition in their own community.

NON-GMO | This corn was bred the old-fashioned way. Hand selected year after year by Professor Torbert.

NUTRITIOUS | Professor Torbert originally developed his orange corn to help alleviate malnutrition in Africa.

DELICIOUS | Our orange corn has a rich flavor like no other.

GLUTEN FREE* | Just 100% Orange Corn goodness (*processed in a facility that also handles wheat).

CORN BREAD | Substitute Orange Corn Flour for some or all of the corn meal in your favorite corn bread recipe for a lighter, fluffier corn bread. For a more traditional texture, combine with our Orange Corn Meal (or Medium Grind Grits for extra crunch). Works great for gluten free or traditional southern corn bread made with 100% corn!

USA / Indiana / Grown in Rush, milled in Fulton County

$5.99
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Q: What is the difference between corn flour and cornmeal?

A: 'Great question! Corn Kernels have two distinct types of starch that look and perform a little differently during cooking or baking. Corn Flour is the soft starch of the corn kernel that is separated from the hard starch during milling and sifting. It is very fine, similar to wheat flour, and works well as a gluten-free flour for baking, etc. In contrast, Corn Meal is made from the hard starch of the kernel and has more of a granulated texture. It is great for baking corn bread, but wouldn't be a great substitute for more finely ground traditional flours. Grits are also made from the kernel's hard starch but are even larger in size, making them less appropriate for baking, but great for hydrating into a porridge like grits or polenta!'

September 15th, 2020 person_outline Elizabeth L.
Q: Do you have recipes for this product?

A: Yes! To find them please visit the "recipes" section on our website ProfessorTorberts.com

June 3rd, 2020 person_outline Shari B.
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format_quoteBright orange color and great flavor. Made delicious grits!format_quote

September 15th, 2020 person_outline Anita P.
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format_quoteI made a fantastic corn bread with this flour. Very flavorful and while tender, still has a bit of cornmeal texture. This is what I will use from now on. format_quote

June 3rd, 2020 person_outline Laura H.