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Blue corn is a flint maize variety cultivated in Southwestern United States and Mexico called tlacoyo.

 

The pigments are a part of diverse and large class of antioxidants found in plants known as flavonoids.  Because of its lower GI number, high anthocyanin and antioxidant properties, blue corn can potentially help protect against obesity, cardiovascular disease and even help fight against cancer.

 

It is an open pollinated flour corn containing soft starch used for milling specialty foods. Today, the food includes pancake mixes, tortillas, cereal and corn chips.

 

$5 for 10 seeds

Blue Navajo Corn

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