Quaker Quick Grits 3614
Hi Barb, I totally forgot about the geography gap between us. I'm in central Mississippi. Strawberries have been in here for awhile now. They come in really early - sometimes in mid- March, but usually by...
Quaker Quick Grits 3613
Please forgive me if you have already gotten 10,000 answers. Corn is planted. the cobs form and age from tender "eating corn" to seed corn (hard enough that you...
Actually, that oft isn't true. The "real" difference depends on what kind of grits and what kind of polenta you have. There are instant, quick and old-fashioned versions of both of them.
And the most recent processing device - already-cooked polenta in little plastic tubes to be found in the produce cooler cases. Gak...
All a matter of processing.
But polenta isn't only made from corn. Before there was corn, there was polenta made from other grains and pulses. Kyle Phillips is knowledgeable about Italian food and here's what he says:
My mistake. Different thread. But your burning curiosity must have clouded your mind and made you forget how to do internet searches.
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