Hi, I am wondering your opinion on cornmeal. My naturopath says no corn, but is cornmeal...
comprised of a different part of the plant that doesn't have the sugar in it? I'm having trouble finding an essene bread that I can eat!
Corn meal is made from corn kernels that are dried, then ground to whatever consistency is required.
http://www.drgourmet.com/ingredients/cornmeal.shtml has a list of nutritional information,and lists the 3 parts of the kernel.
Cornmeal and cornflour is made from milled maize kernels, so I guess it must be excluded from your diet.
There are good recipes for Essene bread on the Internet, using sprouted rye and wheat. It may be worth your while to just enter Essene bread into google and see what you get.
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