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something very different than the usual sausage
 

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For some reason, grits aren't big in this area. You can't even get real grits at the supermarket, all they have is quick grits or instant grits.

When I go to Mississippi for deer hunting, I have to stock up on real grits.
Here where I currently live in Texas they are a little harder to find then they were back in MS, but I can still get my hands on them. I have introduced multiple people to grits who didn't even know what they were. They always want more after they have a taste.
 

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I've seen grits before on the food line at some of the work camps I've been at. The Texans and coon asses seemed to like it. Kind of looks like oatmeal mush to me.
That's probably a horribly sacrilegious attempt at grits. Don't eat it because it would be sad for you to believe that's what grits are like
 

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I've seen grits before on the food line at some of the work camps I've been at. The Texans and coon asses seemed to like it. Kind of looks like oatmeal mush to me.
Try putting a couple fried over easy eggs over them with some crumbled bacon, a pat of butter and some pepper. You will want to clean the bowl/plate with a biscuit or piece of toast.
 

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Real grits are made from hominy and take about 20 minutes to cook. The quick grits are not nearly as good and usually not made from hominy but just regular corn. Something the Indians discovered long ago was that if you treat corn with lye (hominy) it changes the B vitamins into a form that can be used by your body (B3 - niacin). The Indians never got pellagra (caused by niacin deficiency) from eating corn, even though it was a staple for most of the tribes.

Warriors took a bag of grits (they called it sofkee) on the warpath and lived on cold grits.
 
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Real grits are made from hominy and take about 20 minutes to cook. The quick grits are not nearly as good and usually not made from hominy but just regular corn. Something the Indians discovered long ago was that if you treat corn with lye (hominy) it changes the B vitamins into a form that can be used by your body (B3 - niacin). The Indians never got pellagra (caused by niacin deficiency) from eating corn, even though it was a staple for most of the tribes.

Warriors took a bag of grits on the warpath and lived on cold grits.
That's cool. Didn't know there were actually nutritional benefits to grits! Nope to cold grits though.
 

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