Stone Ground Polenta

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Welcome to our rainbow of Polenta! Think of Polenta as the creamier cousin of Grits. Learn about Grits vs. Polenta.

Try any color of Polenta in our RECIPES:

Scroll down to see the flavor profile of each cornmeal. 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:Rockdale, TX by Farmer Jim Richardson
  • This is Heirloom corn.

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.

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:Rockdale, TX by Farmer Jim Richardson
  • This is Heirloom corn.

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.

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
Remember!You don’t need a special recipe… you can use any color of our stone-milled polenta in any recipe. All of our corn is non-GMO.

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    Learning about the older varieties of grains

    I already adore Bloody Butcher cornmeal, and look forward to making finer cornbread with this fine mix. But I can't really bake until the heat waves are past. I Plan to make biscuits and rolls with the Purple Straw Flour, this Fall. I love the idea of nutty flavor. Can't wait to try it out if there isn't a heat wave in Sept. I am looking up recipes for Polenta with cream mushrooms.

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    3 Colors of Polenta & Grits

    We love all 3 of your grits, the green, red, & blue! We get the polenta grind so that they are smoother.

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    Stef Immel
    Polenta. Hopi blue corn

    Honestly I am a polenta/grits making fool. I'm a chef that will never uses any other grains for my recipes and menu development. Will always feature these all the time! You guys are amazing for keeping all these amazing grains ect.. and doing it the right way! So thank you.

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    First time rye user

    Nothing to compare to but this worked very well. Used King Arthur recipe that included pickle juice. Won’t do that again. Pickle flavor dominated. Looking forward to next attempt at rye sandwich bread

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    Warren Tanaleon
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    Hello to whom it may concern,

    Thank you for all your extremely hard work and amazing product! I will be looking forward to using your flour again for my future pizza business, Pablo's Square Pizza! My pizza dough tasted better than before. The rouge de bordeaux and tam 105 gave it that nice natural, hearty, and earthiness flavor. I was wondering, but do you sell either one of them in bulk 50 lb bags? Thank you and hear from you soon.

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    excellent chickpeas, high level of flavor and quality

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    Jesse Mondragon

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    Blue stone ground corn meal

    This was the best corn bread I made it thinking not sure if my son would like it because of the color he loved it I added yogurt to it😋