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Community Grains Organic Red Flint 'Floriani' Polenta

Community Grains

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Polenta integrale is the traditional Italian term for ‘whole milled’, meaning the whole corn kernel is course-milled together with nothing sifted out. Community Grains Red Flint ‘Floriani’ polenta has a beautiful, rustic texture and hearty, full-flavor that lends itself as the perfect accompaniment to traditional ragús & savory braises, just butter and cheese, or a delicious alternative to your morning hot cereal. Its unique red flint appearance makes for a striking presentation.

To ensure great polenta all year round, refrigerate product after opening.

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About the Producer:

Working with local farmers, millers, and bakers, Community Grains is helping re-establish a local grain economy in northern California. This dynamic company is pioneering new standards of quality, transparency and integrity in artisanal legumes and whole grain foods. They continue to maintain and forge new relationships with farmers in California expanding their community—and creating delicious food.

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More Info

Community Grains
United States
1.5 pounds

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
The Best

Very different, very rustic, absolutely the best. Try making a recipe called "Polenta cake with resinous herbs"--unbelievable! I may try to grow the corn myself.


I love this polenta. I only eat whole grains and this polenta is a delicious way to do it. I cook it in the slow cooker then freeze serving size portions.

Best Polenta Ever

This polenta is literally the best polenta I've ever eaten. It has a rich corn flavor and great texture. Because it is whole milled and is not as fine as other polentas you have to cook it for longer, but it is totally worth it. I usually cook the whole bag and it stays good in the refrigerated for awhile and freezes beautifully.