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>> is the same deal, native americans cross bred wheat until they had
>> created a new vegetable. 
>I'm curious, what was this "new" vegetable that was created from wheat?
>But more to the point, native Americans never cultivated wheat in the
>first place. Maize was a staple for many, and was the basis for what
>they used as flour. In fact, wheat was introduced to the continent by
>the Europeans who had "discovered" it. 

incidentally there aren't any native americans.
even the sioux. hopi. navajo are descendants of immigrants
from approx 11000 years prior.


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