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about this item

Do you want to make better breading and downright delicious dressing? Bake with pure passion - and Quaker White Corn Meal. Irresistibly sumptuous creations start with the best quality ingredients. So start working your magic in the kitchen with Quaker.
Storage State: room temperature
Container Material: paper or cardboard
TCIN: 13488433

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from the manufacturer


most recent reviews

Easy to spill, but the taste is great

(would not recommend)
2 out of 5 stars
Shomoola — 1 year ago
originally posted on quakeroats.com
quakeroats.com
When putting the corn meal container away into the cabinet, but I accidentally dropped the container onto the floor and a lot of corn meal spilled out. I do know that I was holding the container by the top.  see moreof Shomoola's review
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    Yellow Cornmeal

    (would not recommend)
    2 out of 5 stars
    silvrspur — 1 year ago
    originally posted on quakeroats.com
    quakeroats.com
    You have changed it and it is not the same as the previous cornmeal. I use it to make cornbread with the recipe on the box. Compared to the previous Quaker brand cornmeal I have been purchasing, the cornbread does not rise or taste the same.  see moreof silvrspur's review
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      The best for corn bread!

      (would recommend)
      5 out of 5 stars
      Janni — 1 year ago
      originally posted on quakeroats.com
      quakeroats.com
      My new husband LOVES cornbread and I have found that Quaker's Yellow Corn Meal is the best for coming as close to his family recipe as I can. It is a courser grind and makes a bread with a very good texture.  see moreof Janni's review
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        Received wrong product

        (would recommend)
        1 out of 5 stars
        Lubee — 2 years ago
        Received white corn meal, not the yellow I ordered, and it has been expired for one year. However, if you can receive the correct product, it is good. So the one star rating is for Target service, not the actual product.  see moreof Lubee's review
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          Getting to be like flour

          (would not recommend)
          1 out of 5 stars
          kckitty123 — 2 years ago
          originally posted on quakeroats.com
          quakeroats.com
          I dislike this product now because corn meal was grainy but now it's almost as fine as flour. Please make it like you use too.  see moreof kckitty123's review
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            Used By Mom And Now By Me

            (would recommend)
            5 out of 5 stars
            mrswords — 2 years ago
            originally posted on quakeroats.com
            quakeroats.com
            This yellow and blue box was used in so many ways by my mom which I now use myself. A smooth creamy bowl of porridge made from this corn meal would warm us up in the morning. At Sunday dinner it would be transformed into a fluffy, golden brown cornbread or corn muffins. And on Friday night it would ...  see moreof mrswords's review
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              Eating this at lunch

              (would recommend)
              5 out of 5 stars
              Marshaf — 2 years ago
              originally posted on quakeroats.com
              quakeroats.com
              Eating this at lunch has kept me from snacking in the afternoon I add a source of protein with it. I can lose 1 pound a week.  see moreof Marshaf's review
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                where can I find it?

                (would recommend)
                5 out of 5 stars
                kejackson13 — 2 years ago
                originally posted on quakeroats.com
                quakeroats.com
                We only want white, all of our stores have not gotten any more.  see moreof kejackson13's review
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