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The American Indians taught the early settlers to make several simple corn breads, and this was one of them - being a simple mixture of corn flour, blended with water and shaped into flat, broad cakes on platters of wood, then baked in the ashes of a fire. Corn pone is similar, but baked in an oven.

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