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A chewy, starchy corn used to make soups, stews or snacks, with a pronounced corn flavour. Dry Giant White Corn is native to the Peruvian Andes and is less sweet than typical corn. Known as hominy in the American South, the creamy, off-white kernels are a 1/2 inch in size. They maintain a firm texture even when cooked and are perfect in soups and stews. They are an essential ingredient in the traditional Mexican stew, Posole. They can be roasted or deep-fried and salted for a super crunchy corn-flavoured snack.