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MarilynFL

No. I don't believe so. Per *Bob's Red Mill Organic Whole Grain Corn Flour, Stone Ground*

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Posted to Thread #30312 at 1:18 pm on May 30, 2018

that I'm holding in my hand, ingredients are: Whole Grain Organic Corn. They recommend using it in place of cornmeal for certain recipes.

From Bob's Red Mill site, their Premium Cornstarch is a "dense powder made from the endosperm portion of the corn kernel. Use it as a thickener for pies or sauces, or as an ingredient in gluten free baking."

So, cornstarch is only a portion of the corn grain. Corn flour uses the whole grain.

I think a recipe using cornstarch instead of corn flour would NOT turn out well.


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