Everything you thought you knew about corn is WRONG

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    Actually I wish they would, some days it would make life SOOO much easier :rofl1: BUT they do have Primate kibble. I was thinking, I wonder, people are primates, can we live off that? Because I would totally use it some days...
     
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    Ooooh! Oooh! I hope they make a gluten free version. With corn of course. :D
     
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    They have, it's called cereal
     
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    Aww, but even cereal acknowledges it's only part of a balanced breakfast.
     
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    I thought it was potato. Stick a fork in it 5 times, put it in the microwave for 10 minutes (uhh, take the fork out first, and real microwaves might cook faster) and eat.

    I think the biggest problem with corn is the allergies. Its not a terrible food on its own, and the nutrient profiles do mean something, but the dane sized poop coming from labs seems to show that there are some digestibility problems no matter what they're saying, or how much you grind it. Fiber can be important but not THAT much.
     

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