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    I love cheese grits, but I have never made any. Is there anything special to making them or do you just melt cheese into grits??
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    It’s really just that simple.

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    Lots of butter, sharp cheddar and salt to your taste
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    You’ll need water, salt, grits and cheese of choice. Oh and heat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saltydog235 View Post
    You’ll need water, salt, grits and cheese of choice. Oh and heat.
    I like a little heavy cream right at the end, just a touch.
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    Grits, water, milk, heavy cream, butter, sharp cheddar, a smidge of salt. It's all depending on if these are breakfast grits or dinner grits, maybe brunch..

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    Like I'd trust most of these people to cook proper grits. they're probably opening up some quick grits and throwing hoop cheese in there..

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    People that use quick grits would be using government cheese.

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    Are we really back on boiling water in here? I mean, it doesn't surprise me or anything. I'm pretty sure there's a youtube video that covers this.

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    The first step is Geechie Boy Mill Jimmy Red grits. I make them as per the instructions on the bag but finish with half a block of cream cheese, half a cup of heavy whipping cream, a little salt to taste, and then add in the sharp cheddar once you've spooned your serving onto your plate. That's for a 3-4 serving pot of grits.
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    Second Jimmy Reds, cream, sea salt, chicken stock, cheese depends on what your eating them with

    Red meat- I like goat cheese
    Seafood- I like sharp cheddar or cream cheese
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    Yellah grits
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    Quote Originally Posted by Highstrung View Post
    Like I'd trust most of these people to cook proper grits. they're probably opening up some quick grits and throwing hoop cheese in there..
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    Quote Originally Posted by MKW View Post
    I love cheese grits, but I have never made any. Is there anything special to making them or do you just melt cheese into grits??
    It's pretty complicated, better stick to the gas station cheese grits.

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    Milk AND Heavy Cream ???? Gah dang.
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    Yep, well depends on what I'm eating them with.. If people aren't cooking all lazy like you can build a nice consistency with constant stirring. I will richen them up though.

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