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Old 11-16-2011, 05:57 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Grits & Beans View Post
i dont know the difference between sweet and unsweet, i thought all cornbread was created equal lol
Aw, hayll no! Like I said, I prefer sweet, but there isn't anything wrong with unsweet - it can be a thing of beauty!

In my experience sweet cornbread uses a finer grind of cornmeal, and is very cake-like. The unsweet kind uses a coarser grind, is "spongier" and holds together better than the sweet kind.

But then, there're as many different cornbread recipes as there are southern cooks!

How you been, G&B? Haven't seen you around much!
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