Last summer I grew some colored corn. You may remember my post from last fall with the picture of the pile of beautiful colored cobs. I kept everything that didn't sell and dried it. After I saved enough seed for myself I still had a pile of corn. Rather than feed to the chickens, I decided to grind it up and try and cook with it. Doing a small amount at a time through the blender ( the mix mill is too big lol) I was able to break it down enough to run through a sieve. It's not yellow like store bought cornmeal, but it tastes very good. I've made a few batches of corn bread and they turned out great, although they were a little crunchy. I'll have to find a smaller sieve before I grind more. I try to avoid commercially grown corn, it's all gmo and it can't be grown without a huge amount of fertilizer and chemicals. It's important to me to feed my family with food that wholesome and nutritious.