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Has it ever happened to you that a recipe that you are to follow requires cornmeal? But you only had corn flour in your kitchen. Would that be good enough as a replacement?
Moreover, is there any difference between cornmeal and corn flour? Read on and find out what makes the cornmeal different from corn flour.
Now that you know the differences between cornmeal and corn flour, I guess you will no longer be confused the next time you follow a recipe that calls for either of these corn byproducts.
Even they're cornmeal or corn flour, remember to check them before cooking if you don't want to eat spoiled flour.
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