How To Make Hominy?

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Hominy is dry corn that has been soaking in an alkaline based solution to remove its hulls. After this process has been completed, the corn can then be boiled and added to a creamy milk based sauce. Hominy is often eaten as a breakfast porridge, or alongside greens such as okra and collards. Hominy is easy to make, and you can also purchase it pre-made and in a can. All you would need to do is open the can, empty the contents into a dish, and warm it up in the microwave or stove.
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Hominy is corn without the germ. Most often it is ground into small pieces and called 'hominy grits.' All you need to do is boil it until it is cooked. Enjoy! You can find more information at www.cooks.com
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