Whole Corn Kernels

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Welcome to our rainbow of Whole Dried Corn Kernels*! All of our corn is always non-GMO.

Bloody Butcher Red

Bloody Butcher is a deep red to burgundy colored dent corn, developed in Virginia in 1845. It lends a very muted burgundy hue when cooked or baked.
  • Grown in: New Braunfels, TX by Kameron Koepp
  • This is Heirloom corn.
  • Available types: Whole Kernel*, Cornmeal, Grits, Polenta
  • Flavor profile: Earthy notes infused with classic corn flavor

Oaxacan Green

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. It lends a subtle yellow-green hue when cooked or baked.
  • Grown in:Amarillo, TX & San Jon, NM by Farmers Leo and Zach Thrasher
  • This is Heirloom corn.
  • Available types: Whole Kernel*, Cornmeal, Grits, Polenta
  • Flavor profile: Earthy and complex - our most unique corn flavor

Hopi Blue

Precursors of this strain of flint corn have been raised continuously for 800 years on the mesas of northern Arizona. Hopi Blue Corn was used by the Hopis to make ceremonial Piki Bread.It lends a bright and bold blue-purple hue when cooked or baked.
  • Grown in:Amarillo, TX & San Jon, NM by Farmers Leo and Zach Thrasher
  • This is Heirloom corn.
  • Available types: Whole Kernel*, Cornmeal, Grits, Polenta
  • Flavor profile: Sweet classic corn flavor

Yellow

Good, old-fashioned yellow corn. This open-pollinated corn is a staple in any kitchen. Golden yellow and bursting with the flavor of sweet corn.
  • Grown in:Amarillo, TX & San Jon, NM by Farmers Leo and Zach Thrasher
  • This is Open-Pollinated corn.
  • Available types: Whole Kernel*, Cornmeal, Grits, Polenta
  • Flavor profile: Sweet, fresh corn flavor

White

A neutral, snowy white corn for all of your baking needs! Perfect when you don't want to affect the natural color of your creations.
  • Grown in:Amarillo, TX & San Jon, NM by Farmers Leo and Zach Thrasher
  • Available types: Whole Kernel*, Cornmeal, Grits, Polenta
  • Flavor profile: Sweet, fresh corn flavor
*our Whole Kernels are NOT nixtamalized and NOT suitable for popping. All of our corn is non-GMO.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 14 reviews
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    Johnny Surratt
    On Time

    I order quite a bit of stuff online now and it seems to take longer than it should. My blue pop corn came in fast. I was happily surprised. I will order again. Thanks

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    Annie Short
    Corn and corn meal

    Great product. Corn meal is great for my fish batter
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    Darlene Pope
    Whole white corn

    Great product.

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    Excellent Results

    I used the whole kernel corn (white and Hopi Blue) to make tortillas from scratch. They worked perfectly. Hardly any discards due to small or shriveled kernels. I recommend.

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    White and yellow

    I ordered the white, yellow, green, and blue. So far I used the white and yellow to make hominy grits. I was struck by the smell after I cooked and ground the yellow corn and was drying it for grits. It smelled like honey. The white corn was a milder smell. Both are good corn for cornmeal and grits. I intended to use them for tortillas but I could tell that wouldn't be the best application. Still have yet to try the green and blue.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 14 reviews
    79%
    (11)
    14%
    (2)
    7%
    (1)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    J
    Johnny Surratt
    On Time

    I order quite a bit of stuff online now and it seems to take longer than it should. My blue pop corn came in fast. I was happily surprised. I will order again. Thanks

    A
    Annie Short
    Corn and corn meal

    Great product. Corn meal is great for my fish batter
    .

    D
    Darlene Pope
    Whole white corn

    Great product.

    B
    B
    Excellent Results

    I used the whole kernel corn (white and Hopi Blue) to make tortillas from scratch. They worked perfectly. Hardly any discards due to small or shriveled kernels. I recommend.

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    R
    White and yellow

    I ordered the white, yellow, green, and blue. So far I used the white and yellow to make hominy grits. I was struck by the smell after I cooked and ground the yellow corn and was drying it for grits. It smelled like honey. The white corn was a milder smell. Both are good corn for cornmeal and grits. I intended to use them for tortillas but I could tell that wouldn't be the best application. Still have yet to try the green and blue.