guinea corn

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30,000 Metric Ton/Metric Tons (Min. Order)
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50,000 Metric Ton/Metric Tons per Quarter
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any
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Product Type:
Beverage
Alcohol Content (%):
100
Volume (L):
50
Taste:
Sweet
Certification:
BCS, BRC, Ceres, ECOCERT, EEC, FDA, GAP, GMP, HACCP, HALAL, IFS, IMO, ISO, JAS, JONA, KOSHER, NOP, NSF, OCIA, OMIC, QAI, QS
Age:
Adults, Children, Infants, Old-Aged
Packaging:
Bag
Place of Origin:
Nigeria
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Polenta is cooked by simmering in a water-based liquid, with other ingredients or eaten with them once cooked. It is often cooked in a huge copper pot known in Italian as a paiolo. Polenta is known to be a native dish of and to have originated from Friuli.[citation needed] Boiled polenta may be left to set, then baked, grilled or fried; leftover polenta may be used this way. In the nearby Trieste, it is eaten with a cuttle fish and tomato broth in the Venitian tradition, with sausage following Austrian influence or with cooked plums, following an ancient recipe. Some Lombard polenta dishes are polenta taragna (which includes buckwheat flour), polenta uncia, polenta concia, polenta e gorgonzola, and missultin e polenta; all are cooked with various cheeses and butter, except the last one, which is cooked with fish from Lake Como