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A staple corn of the Hopi people of Arizona, USA. A flint corn ground to make ceremonial bread. Can be eaten fresh when young.
18cm ears with ivory coloured kernels drying to royal blue.
Remove the cobs from the plant 5 weeks after the eating stage or wait until brown. Pull back the husks to finish drying.
Grip and twist the dried cobs into a container.
Winnow and then store in an airtight container.