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Yellow Corn Flour
Yellow Cornflour is dried yellow maize ground to flour. It is a common staple food, and is ground to fine, medium, and coarse consistencies.
Raw material used in the production of cookies, pasta, soups, bakeries, sauces, seasonings, adhesives, chemical and packers of food products.
SAMBA works with Corn Grits in all their various sizes.
Maize grown for popcorn production is a special variety, with smaller spikes than the traditional corn. Their grain may appear in various formats (flat, sharp etc.) and colors (such as yellow, white, pink, purple etc.). Presents a characteristics, small grains containing hard or crystalline starch. Has the property that burst when subjected to heat, resulting in the popular popcorn.
Flaxseed is the seed of the flax, widely used in cooking. It is preferable to consume peeled, crushed, for better use of its high nutritional value because it is rich in fiber, fatty acids and protein. In addition, it is extracted linseed oil, which is rich in Omega 3, Omega 6 and Omega 9. Due to its high nutritional value is considered functional food.
Linseed Oil Other uses include the manufacture of linoleum and oil paints. The oil is also used in cosmetics, and in drugstores.
The plant has a closed height of 2.20 meters, and to spike rises to 1.10 meter above the ground. The spike is large, cylindrical and has a high compensation. The cob is fine. The beans are white, deep, heavy and medium texture. The stem has high physical strength and good health. The root has good fixation.
The plant is especially resistant to major foliar diseases of corn, at different altitudes and planting dates. Can be harvested up to two corn-white crops per year.
Sunflower seeds are achenes of Helianthus annuus which, dried and salted, are consumed as an aperitif, peeling the outer shell or pericarp. There are few varieties of sunflower seeds, depending on the cultivar of plant. In addition to use in human food, some of which are used in animal feed, especially birds.
They are a source of vitamin E, calcium and phosphorus.
Hispanic Sage, popularly known as Chia or Chia seeds, is a herbaceous plant of the same family of linen and sage, native of Guatemala and the central and southern Mexican regions (and Colombia). There is evidence that the Aztecs cultivated the plant in pre-Columbian times present in the Codex Mendoza, dating from the sixteenth century document which also mentioned its agricultural significance at the time.
Best known for its seed, which is fully commercialized, ground or in the form of oil, chia also owns sheets that can be harnessed to infusions. Both derivatives, regardless of form, are taken to be rich sources of minerals, essential amino acids and omega 3. It is often uplifted in its potential to prevent cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and even tumors, in addition to assist in weight loss.
Corn starch is the name given to flour made from corn and used in cooking as a substitute for wheat flour or for the preparation of creams, as a thickener.
Also uses up the word cornstarch, derived from the Taino (native language of the Antilles) maize, maize by Spanish, meaning "coarse corn."
For your cooking the corn kernels are wet and have removed the shell and embryo seedling. After drying, the remaining grain, almost completely starch, is crushed and ground down into a fine powder.
Grain sorghum a type of low Forage sorghum, plant height up to 170cm, which produces at the top end, a panicle (bunch) compact grains. In this type of sorghum the main product is the grain. However, after the harvest, as the rest of the plant is still green, can also be used as hay or grazing.
Yellow Corn Flour