Flint corns were grown extensively through the colonial period and predominated in the northeastern United States.
Flint corn differs from dent corn, which is the typical corn grown in America today. Dent corns have a thin exterior of hard starch and more soft starch on the interior which, when dry, shrinks to create the characteristic “dent” on the top of the kernel.
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