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Stone ground grits

suerober Jun 10, 2011 08:07 PM

Where in San Diego can I find stone ground grits (not polenta)?

  1. foodiechick Jun 10, 2011 10:44 PM

    Whole Foods Market, Jonathans.

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    1. re: foodiechick
      Fake Name Jun 11, 2011 01:47 PM

      Not so fast, missy. I couldn't find them at WF- only polenta.

      1. re: Fake Name
        foodiechick Jun 11, 2011 09:11 PM

        I bought them last month in the Whole Foods NORTH of the 8.

        1. re: foodiechick
          Fake Name Jun 13, 2011 12:17 PM

          OP asked for San Diego, not LA/OC.

      2. re: foodiechick
        suerober Jun 14, 2011 10:39 PM

        Thanks - I will try La Jolla!

        1. re: suerober
          inaplasticcup Jun 24, 2011 12:16 PM

          There's a brand of stone ground grits called Bob's Red Mill that I bought at an OC WF. I imagine they'd carry it in SD too.

          1. re: inaplasticcup
            Fake Name Jun 24, 2011 01:22 PM

            Bobs website shows: Corn Grits/Polenta, Corn Grits/Polents Organic, Grits/Polenta Gluten Free and Barley Grits.

            Them there don't count- I'm a-going to Tennessee.

            1. re: Fake Name
              inaplasticcup Jun 24, 2011 02:01 PM

              Aww. Just because Bob found a way to make us foodie lemmings buy his grits, y'aint gunna buy 'em???

              They're a bit coarser than polenta, if that makes any differnce. :P

              1. re: inaplasticcup
                Fake Name Jun 24, 2011 02:09 PM

                Not just no but HAIL, no. Got dat dere websaht up raht now, gonna givem a holla.

                1. re: Fake Name
                  inaplasticcup Jun 24, 2011 02:30 PM

                  holla at 'em good, nah... :P

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        keyscook Jun 24, 2011 12:12 PM

        As a confirmed grits (and GRIT), it's impossible to get great grits here. I order mine online from this beautiful mill in southern Tennessee (Belvidere) - still use a water wheel, and a great husband-and-wife team own it. It's called Falls Mill - and the website is www.fallsmill.com. I usually just call them. I also get my corn meal from them. Once you have their grits, you'll never want anything else. The taste of the natural ingredient really shines through.(No - I have absolutely no connection with them, and they don't even know my name, but I found them when I was visiting family there about 18 years ago and it changed my Grits Exile in SoCal forever.)

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        1. re: keyscook
          Fake Name Jun 24, 2011 02:14 PM

          I dun it.

          1. re: Fake Name
            keyscook Jun 24, 2011 03:21 PM

            People will be linin' up at yo back door for a cup full o dem tings....

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          loghia Dec 27, 2011 04:41 PM

          i am looking for grits as well...bob's is yellow ground corn, which is not grits. grits are white hominy. any suggestions?

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          1. re: loghia
            Fake Name Dec 27, 2011 05:18 PM

            Order it from Falls Mill.


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