My wife and I just recently learned about how to store eggs during surplus months to last through the light winter months in a line water solution. So now I have a 50# bag of lime. Got me to wondering about learn how to use it to niximal field corn from my families farm to make hominy, maybe during some fore posole soups and grinding it to make grits. I’ve read up “on the line” a lot but was wondering about any personal experience with this?

We recently got a hand crank grain mill and have wheat on hand for grinding. Also have a dehydrator to dry out the hominy.

I figure that in the “Cornhusker state” having the ability to live off of field corn might come in handy.

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