Grits, the world-famous American cuisine

Those who did not consume them as children are perplexed as to what else they might possibly be.

People who did grow up eating them (and that would be pretty much everyone in the South) are perplexed as to how anybody could survive without them.

Grits are a dish that is both well-liked and misunderstood, and they retain their Native American heritage.

They are the most popular hot breakfast option in the region known as the Grits Belt, which encompasses the states of Virginia, Texas, and other states, and where the meal is a typical choice on the menus of eating establishments.

Grits may be prepared in a variety of ways, including plain, savory, or sweet; pan-fried or porridge-like.

Grits are incomparably adaptable. Grits are not only inexpensive and easy to prepare, but they also provide a great sense of satisfaction.

In 1952, The Post and Courier of Charleston expressed the opinion that "Given enough [grits], the inhabitants of planet Earth would have nothing to fight about."

There is a possibility that this was the reason for this statement. I believe that a guy who is full of grit is a man of peace. Are you sure that doesn't make your grits taste better?