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    This is corn. No, it's not photoshopped. Yes, it's real. It's a corn variety called Glass Gem Corn and though it may look like jelly beans or beads, it's real, actual, edible corn. What in the world?

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    • divalicias deelite

      Glass Gem Corn. It's not photoshop! It's not really a recipe -- but this corn is a real heritage seed corn, not GMO.

    • Toña Morales-Calkins

      More rainbow colored corn. The varietal is called Glass Gem Corn, and was developed by a part-Cherokee man who is now 80 years old and lives in Oklahoma.

    • Terri Kaneoka

      No, this isn’t Photoshop or a gemstone-studded trinket—just ears of corn. Seedsman Greg Schoen of the Seeds Trust got this “Glass Gems” corn from his “corn-teacher,” a part-Cherokee man in his 80s. He planted the seeds, had a gorgeous harvest last fall.

    • Debbie Slack Jones

      (Seed Trust) The story of glass gem corn. Seedsman Greg Schoen got the seed from Carl Barnes, a part-Cherokee man, now in his 80's, in Oklahoma.

    • Jewel Rose

      Purple carrots eat your heart out! (glass gem corn has only recently been rediscovered from heritage seeds & is not yet commercially available)

    • Sacha Boersen

      You Won’t Believe This Colourful Glass Gem Corn Is Freaking Real Corn | Gizmodo Australia

    • Lugnut Whitby

      Image detail for -vibrant multi colored indian corn when i saw the famous

    • Natalie Andriani

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      Glass Gem Corn (Colorful Varieties)

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