Corn Puree

The sweet taste of the summer harvest captured in this all time favourite vegetable variety.

The average ear has 800 kernels, arranged in 16 rows, with one strand of silk for each kernel!

Scientists believe that in central Mexico 7,000 years ago corn was developed from the wild grass, teosinte. Corn eventually spread north to the southwestern United States and south to Peru. Columbus acquired corn from Indians in America and brought it back to Spain. From there it spread to Western Europe and, in time, to the rest of the world; corn is now produced on every continent except Antarctica.

Corn is nutritious, providing fiber, folate, thiamin, phosphorus, vitamin C, and magnesium (about 10% of the daily value for each).

Source: www.webmd.com

Ideas

Soups, baby foods, mixed entrees.

Pictured: Corn Soup

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