>"hom·i·ny: kernels of corn that have been soaked in a caustic solution
>(as of lye) and then washed to remove the hulls"
Mmmm. Hominy. Haven't had it in years. Maybe I'll get some on the way home. (I may have grown up in New England, but I was born in the South. I also like pickled okra, for the record.)
>The only reason I really post this is because I'm almost positive that
>if you then grind those up, you have grits. But, even though I'm from
>the South, the true source of grits eluded me for years, even though
>I've slowly learned to eat them in that time.
Okay, enlighten me, o Wedgie one. I used to know what grits are, but I have forgotten. (Like I said, I grew up in New England, where the most they know about grits is that they were a plot point in "My Cousin Vinny".)
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