Serving Size: 27.0 g
Serving Per Container: 25
A: Thanks for asking, Kevin. Corn meal mush is defined as a corn meal porridge and is an American version of polenta. It can also be eaten sliced and fried (see recipe below). Polenta is a cornmeal pudding eaten as a porridge that is a specialty of Northern Italy. INGREDIENTS: *1 cup Quaker Corn Meal *1 cup cold water *3 cups boiling water *1 teaspoon salt DIRECTIONS: 1. Mix corn meal with cold water. 2. Stir corn meal mixture into salted boiling water. Cook until thickened, stirring frequently. 3. Cover, continue cooking over low heat for 5 minutes; stir. 4. Serve hot with milk and sugar. Enjoy!
A: Thanks for asking, John. We're concerned for your health and understand that individuals sensitive to gluten cannot digest even trace amounts. The grains in these products are handled and transported in bulk by our suppliers. Although wheat, rye, and barley are not part of the ingredients in this product, this product may contain trace amounts - or come in contact with wheat, rye, and barley due to grains being grown, harvested or stored with other grains.
A: Thanks for asking, Nadia. We would consider our Quaker Yellow Corn Meal to be medium grind - not fine or coarse. We hope you'll try it soon!
A: Hi, Louise. Quaker Cornmeal should be stored in a cool, dry place, such as your pantry. We don't recommend storing it in the refrigerator. Freezing the cornmeal directly in the package is one way to extend the freshness. The meal will remain free-flowing and does not need to be defrosted. Do this by: * Wrapping the package in plastic wrap. * Wrap again in aluminum foil to prevent moisture from entering the product.