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Is there a difference between uncooked Polenta and cornmeal?

asked by matthewreznicek over 6 years ago

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AntoniaJames

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added over 6 years ago

It depends on what the grind of the cornmeal is. I always use coarsely ground yellow cornmeal in recipes calling for polenta. If there is any difference between that and the product sold in bags marked, "Polenta," I don't know what it is, except perhaps the price and the packaging. ;o)

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