Hominy Grits


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Hominy Grits During and after the Civil War, hominy grits were eaten by the poor, just to stay alive. Hominy grits have become a breakfast dish of the South and Midwest. Grits can be found on the breakfast menus of the best restaurants. Hominy, is dried corn kernel, usually white or yellow corn; which has been soaked in lime, to remove the outer hull or skin. Hominy grits are made from dried white hominy that has been coarse ground. It is cooked in the made the same manner as polenta. In our south and Midwest grits are commonly served for breakfast much the same way oatmeal or cream of wheat is served. However they can also be served the same as polenta.

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