Carolina Gold Rice Grits
Because Carolina Gold Rice possesses low tensile strength, its grains are subject to fracture. Shorts, brokens, grits and called “middlins” in Carolina—which result from threshing or milling—catch in the tiny dimples of a uniflow chamber and never see the whole kernels again. It’s a beautiful separation. Anson Mills rice grits have an eat-with-a-spoon hominess about them, cooking up beaded and glossy with a barely clingy, slightly springy feel, and a wondrous aptitude for sauces. They can also be prepared in the creamy grits style and all the way to congee, if pressed, or as crisp skillet cakes, both savory and sweet.
This product is gluten free.