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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1/5March 20, 2007
Reviewer: A customer in Alabama
* It's a sin to call these "grits". They are so bad that I am at a loss for words.
* This was a terrible purchase. It is so nasty. I am not a very particular. My family can't believe some of the things i eat that they think taste horrible. So if i think it is nasty believe me it's nasty. I tried to give it to the birds outside and they refused it!!!!!! That's bad.
* Do not waste your money on this!! Yuuuk! It took way longer to cook to a "grits" consistency than package directions. If you like grits do not bother. Just cut your portions for the real thing!!!! My daughter (who is not a picky eater) wouldn't come near them. I got through about 1/2 a serving, even after adding cheese, salt, & pepper & couldn't even finish! The only thing i could think of using these for is maybe to replace cornmeal under a pizza crust. But who makes that much pizza?
* My only experience with grits has been Quaker Instant Grits. I thought these were just as good as the unflavored Quaker ones. I just added water and microwaved them for a couple of minutes then let them stand. I added butter and salt and they were great.
* Obviously, someone who has NO IDEA what grits should taste like developed this product. You get runny yellow soup if you follow the package directions for cooking them. Increasing the proportion of "grits" gives you a mealy slop. Butter didn't help. Syrup didn't help. It's hard to describe how bad they were. It borders on evil.