Originally Posted by Reaper16
You're posting from too general a level. There's an awful lot more biodiversity amongst corn than just "sweet" and "field" and "flint." Certain strains of field corn have been bred over the years to garner as much yield as possible, but with that comes a loss in flavor and sugars. Not all field corn is of the same quality. A lot of it these days is grown simply to pound down the throats of cattle and such. Hence my use of the term "industrial corn," because all its good for is to propagate the food industry.
I recognize that, but fail to see your point. I probably just need to watch the movie.