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Do you eat grits?

Do you eat grits?  

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Mockingbird    2,570

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Do you eat this?

 

Yes? 

 

No?

 

Maybe?

 

If you are from the South (U.S.), you probably know what this is.

 

If you are not from the South or don't know what this is:

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grits

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+jnelsoninjax    11,848

I love Grits! I also love eating shrimp and grits, what a perfect combination! I did not grow up in the south, I was born and raised in Oregon, so when I moved to Florida that was the first time I had ever heard of grits, let alone tried them!

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Buttus    1,194

oh man, i love grits.   butter, salt, and pepper.   mmmmm    or shrimp and grits, where it has a little cheese in it.

 

and i was born and lived in florida all my life, but florida doesn't seem like a southerner type state.  at least not south florida

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+jnelsoninjax    11,848
12 minutes ago, Buttus said:

oh man, i love grits.   butter, salt, and pepper.   mmmmm    or shrimp and grits, where it has a little cheese in it.

 

and i was born and lived in florida all my life, but florida doesn't seem like a southerner type state.  at least not south florida

You are right, Florida is just... Florida, it just seems to be in a league of its own, not the south, but something! :D

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Xenon    5,743

My mother is from the south. I tried them a few times. Homemade and out of the box. I thought my mouse pad would taste better. Its just not my thing. 

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Mockingbird    2,570
3 hours ago, jnelsoninjax said:

You are right, Florida is just... Florida, it just seems to be in a league of its own, not the south, but something! :D

3 hours ago, Buttus said:

oh man, i love grits.   butter, salt, and pepper.   mmmmm    or shrimp and grits, where it has a little cheese in it.

  

and i was born and lived in florida all my life, but florida doesn't seem like a southerner type state.  at least not south florida

 

I am not surprise.

 

Northern Florida is culturally southern; Southern Florida isn't.

 

The Bible Belt region is the area I considered culturally southern.

 

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+jnelsoninjax    11,848
3 minutes ago, Mockingbird said:

 

I am not surprise.

 

Northern Florida is culturally southern; Southern Florida isn't.

 

The Bible Belt region is the area I considered culturally southern.

 

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Perhaps, I'm in Jacksonville, almost the furthest north-east city in Florida, and there are plenty of church's around here, in the 3 miles I go to work, I pass 3 or 4, so yeah, it is definitely the bible belt!

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cork1958    1,668

Ate them when in Army basic training and AIT in Fort Jackson, SC. in 1977. Haven't had them since. I did like them though.

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shockz    5,513

Nope. Don’t like the texture. 

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