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The difference between hominy and corn is that hominy is a corn product and corn is the raw ingredient. Hominy is made from dried corn kernels soaked in a lime or lye bath, according to the Huffington Post.

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Pork posole and hominy and cheese casserole are both good hominy recipes. Pork posole is a traditional hominy stew from Mexico featuring pork shoulder, tomatoes, onions and fresh hominy. Hominy and cheese casserole is a ...

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Hominy grits are made from ground corn that has been treated with lye. The corn is soaked in lye to remove the hull in a process called nixtamalization. The dish is commonly served in the southern United States and is of...

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Hominy is dried corn that has had its hull and germ removed. Grits are produced from hominy, but are ground as opposed to the whole kernel form which hominy maintains. For this reason, grits are sometimes referred to as ...

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In the United States, Canada and a few other countries, maize and corn are one in the same, a tall grain plant with seeds, called "kernels," often used for cooking. Although maize is the proper name for the plant itself,...

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An item's model number helps identify the type of product issued by a manufacturer, whereas a serial number designates an individual item with a unique code. For example, a group of identical items would have identical m...

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Single-malt scotch is the product of one distillery, while a double-malt scotch is a blend of two or more distilleries. Any scotch can come from multiple batches or barrels, but being classified as single-malt simply mea...

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