Oaxacan Green Corn Kernels and Cornmeal

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  • Available types: Whole Kernel, Cornmeal, Grits, Polenta
  • Grown by: Henry Martens in Tokio, TX, and Leo and Zach Thrasher in San Jon, NM, and Amarillo, TX
  • Flavor profile: complex nutty and earthy aromas
  • Good for: nixtamal, grits, cornmeal

Oaxacan Green corn is a centuries-old variety that is a favorite of the Zapotec peoples, utilized in their green tamales and tortillas.

This dent variety exhibits complex nutty, earthy flavors and aromas, and is high in starch, making it ideal for nixtamal, grits, and cornmeal.

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    Beautiful, rich flavor

    Lovely texture. Beautiful color. Complex flavor that made very hearty cornbread.

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    Amazing flours, a great gift

    Incredible quality and no trouble for me with my gluten intolerance. My dad loves making corn and flour tortillas so the amazing heirloom corn and wheat made perfect gifts! Everything arrived perfectly and promptly! Thank you BSM! ❤️

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    Beautiful grains, stunning color.

    I am just delighted with the grains I got from Barton Springs Mill. The blue and green corn is an absolute delight to work with, and the other wheats are in fabulous condition, and make great bread.

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    Tastiest Flour for Bread

    My family and I had a bread tasting at home with different flours from the mill. Ruby Lee came out on top with Yecora Rojo as a near tie.

    Rouge de Bordeaux Great in Sourdough Bread

    I added some Rouge de Bordeaux whole wheat to the most recent sourdough bread I made. It was DELICIOUS! Superb results.

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    Mancan Buckwheat
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    In the Refer

    I haven’t used this flour yet…in storage [temporarily]. I will make a batch of buckwheat waffles with thick-cut oats added on top while cooking, eat a couple of squares and freeze the balance for another day [not to far off]. Also going to make some noodles…Can’t wait to taste the rich taste of this grain.

    Delightful!!

    Beautiful, creamy grits with little flecks of red...
    Great flavor!! Thank you all so much!!!