Psst... We're working on the next generation of Chowhound! View >
HOME > Chowhound > Quebec (inc. Montreal) >
Apr 5, 2013 08:42 AM

ISO Freeze dried corn

Trying a recipe from the Momofuku Milk cookbook that calls for corn powder which they say is pulverized freeze dried corn.

Does anyone know where I can find any in Montreal?

  1. Click to Upload a photo (10 MB limit)
  1. I don't know about Montreal or freeze-dried but in the US there is a company called Cope's that makes excellent dried corn done in the Amish style and they sell it online. Cope's Dried Corn. Delicious flavor too.

    1. I haven't found any. I ordered mine online from to make the corn cookies, which are delicious by the way. If you do manage to find freeze dried corn in Montreal please share!

      1. I consult for Thrive foods out of the states. They carry freeze-dried corn. It would be easy to pulverize a few kernels to make your recipe in the future. You can find the corn at https://fliedersfoods.canada.thriveli...
        Have a great day!

        1. You are trying to do Momofuku crack pie too? :D

          The place you want to go is Mountain Equipment Coop near Marché Central and buy freeze dried corn bags. They have a ton of freeze dried stuff for when you will want to scale everest. Or do desserts from Momofuku. (whichever comes first) I was so insanely happy to find that stuff that I bought too much and still have some lying around (hey! its freeze dried... right?)