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Corn – technically maize (Zea mays) – was first domesticated by indigenous peoples of southern Mexico some 10,000 years ago. A product of human intervention, corn as we know it does not exist naturally in the wild. It is believed to have been derived from the selective breeding of teosinte, a wild grass with few edible seeds. It took several generations for teosinte to elongate
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How to Eat Milkweed, and Save the Monarchs ~Common Milkweed is a Tasty Edible plant, and every part is delicious. The young shoots taste like asparagus, and the flower buds are a bit like broccoli. Later even the seed pods are edible. Beyond that, eating milkweed (and knowing it's edible) might actually help preserve monarch butterfly populations....here's how...