[ kˈafi͡ə kˈɔːn], [ kˈafiə kˈɔːn], [ k_ˈa_f_iə k_ˈɔː_n]
Related words: corn, kafir corn, kafir, maize
How to use "Kafir corn" in context?
Kafir Corn refers to corn varieties that are not typically grown in the United States, Canada, or Europe due to the difficulty of growing them. These varieties of corn are often grown in areas of the world where conditions are more conducive to their growth.
Kafir corn is often used to make corn tortillas, cornmeal, and other corn-based products. The kernels of these varieties of corn are smaller and denser than those of standard varieties of corn. This makes them ideal for certain types of dishes, such as tamales and pozole, which rely on a dense and hearty texture.
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