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7 Ways to Make Vegan Cornbread


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Cornbread is a staple in American Southern cooking and dates back to the Native Americans long before the first European settlers arrived. The Native Americans found corn to be a versatile food, ground it into cornmeal, and baked cornbread. When the settlers arrived, they adapted this recipe and created their own adaptations of this simple, but healthful food. Cornbread was also abundant during the Civil War, because corn was highly available and was cheap. It helped fight hunger on both sides of the battlefield.

 

With so many ways to make cornbread, find your favorite recipe below.



 

Cornbread is a staple in American Southern cooking and dates back to the Native Americans long before the first European settlers arrived. The Native Americans found corn to be a versatile food, ground it into cornmeal, and baked cornbread. When the settlers arrived, they adapted this recipe and created their own adaptations of this simple, but healthful food. Cornbread was also abundant during the Civil War, because corn was highly available and was cheap. It helped fight hunger on both sides of the battlefield.

 

With so many ways to make cornbread, find your favorite recipe below.

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14 comments on “7 Ways to Make Vegan Cornbread”

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Jennifer Joseph
2 Years Ago

I used arrowhead mills organic corn meal flour and applesauce as a binder. Makes it moist


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Monica McKnight
2 Years Ago

Doug, what are the growing practices for the corn?


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Kelli Caballero Doussan
2 Years Ago

Tami Muro Hodges yummm


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Jane Salter
2 Years Ago

Ande Hartmann just use this photo


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Doug Schmidt
2 Years Ago

I have to put a plug here for the Iroquois white corn project which makes a roasted white corn flour that is unlike anything you have ever tasted or smelled. It comes from a 2000 yr old heirloom corn that is rarely grown . It is undescribley delicious I use it in cornbread and a sourdough I make unbelievable! http://www.ganondagan.org/iwcp/shop


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Samantha Harris
2 Years Ago

Alex Sanchez


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Rainbow Lightning Woman
2 Years Ago

Oh...dooode.....lol


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Larry Smith
2 Years Ago

hear-hear!


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Jay Rah
2 Years Ago

looks like zuccini bread...


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Julie Christy Phillips
2 Years Ago

Can I sub olive or vegetable oil for melted coconut oil?


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