A starchy vegetable is thought to be fresh corn. It has a different nutritional profile than dried corn, and there are many ways to consume it, including frequently on the cob, as a side dish, or combined with other vegetables.
The husks may be used to produce tamales, silk to make therapeutic tea, nourishment from the kernels, and fodder for animals from the stalks. Tortillas, tortilla chips, polenta, cornmeal, corn oil, and other products are all made from corn. Baby corn, also known as small ears of corn, is a staple ingredient in stir-fries, soups, chowders, stews, and appetizers.
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