Where does the polenta come from?

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Polenta is an Italian dish made from flour obtained from a number of cereals, the most commonly used today being corn. It is a staple of Northern Italian cuisine and its consumption was traditionally associated with lower classes, as in times past cornmeal mush was an essential food in their everyday nutrition.
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