Freeman’s Mill Georgia Grown Grits!
Some folks prefer their grits with a dab of butter or with some cheese mixed in. Others like bits of bacon, still others must have their grits Southern-Style as a casserole with sausage and eggs. And, it seems that just about every restaurant in Georgia has its own version of grits topped with freshly caught Georgia Shrimp. There are contests for that! But, what really matters in all of these recipes is the quality and flavor of the grits. And, some of the best grits found anywhere are those stone ground by Stacey Freeman at his farm in Stateboro, GA. The Salt Table is proud to feature Freeman’s Mill Yellow and White Grits, and yep, they’re Georgia Grown!
White Grits from Statesboro, GA. – 2 lb. bag. Stone ground. Super simple to make and remember, grits are not just for breakfast! Enjoy as a side dish for any meal.
Stone ground. Super simple to make and remember, grits are not just for breakfast! Enjoy as a side dish for any meal, or make some good ole cheese grits!!
Yellow Grits from Statesboro, GA. – 2 lb. bag. Stone ground. Yellow grits tend to be stronger in taste than white, but mainly it is personal preference.
All grains are whole grains, Stone Ground, and they do not de-germinate or fortify these products… they’re completely all natural.
We recommend that your Freeman’s Mill Products be stored in the refrigerator or freezer to ensure the products remain fresh until you need them