Hominy with ashes

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I recently checked out a book from the library which is put out by Bittersweet. Bittersweet is Ozark version of the Foxfire series. Here is a link I found online to the article on making hominy with ashes. Please make sure that you use pur wood ashes from a safe wood, ie. with no poison ivy, or sumac, or shiny magazines burnt in it.



-- Little Bit Farm (
littlebitfarm@itlnet.net), February 19, 2004


This site has an excellent history of hominy.

http://www.geocities.com/BourbonStreet/Quarter/2926/Hog_And_Hominy.htm l

Hominy History

-- Little Bit Farm (
littlebit@brightok.net), February 19, 2004.

This site has some fascinating information on the nutrition of hominy.


Hominy again

-- Little Bit Farm (
littlebit@brightok.net), February 19, 2004.

Actually I haven't eaten it yet. I am planning on using it this weekend. However, I generally love hominy! I so appreciate all the cool homestead stuff we shared the other day. That cheese was absolutely fabulous! I liked the plum vinegar so much I started a batch of persimmon vinegar. Today I am making persimmon jam.

Little Bit Farm

-- Little Bit Farm (littlebit@brightok.net), February 20, 2004.

So, does this mean you liked your hominy????

-- Judy (tabletophomestead@earthlink.net), February 20, 2004.

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