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Old 04-15-2013, 05:10 PM   #1
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Default "integral" flaked corn versus flaked corn

In the local market, they have 2 versions of flaked corn in the health food section. Both have JUST corn. But one of them is much redder in color and says it's "integral", which locally tends to mean it's whole grain.

Reading a few threads around here, it sounds to me like flaked corn in general is whole grain. Is this not the case? Any idea what the deal is with this integral flaked corn, for brewing purposes?

Any insight is appreciated.

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