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|Place of origin||United States|
|Main ingredients||Cornmeal, water or milk|
|Cookbook: Mush Media: Mush|
Mush — cornmeal pudding (or porridge) is usually boiled in water or milk. It is often allowed to set, or gel into a semisolid, then cut into flat squares or rectangles, and pan fried. Usage is especially common in the eastern and southeastern United States. It is also customary for those in the Midwestern US to eat it with maple syrup or molasses. In Eastern Europe, milk is poured over the meal once served and cooled down, rather than being boiled in it. Cornmeal mush is often consumed in Latin America and Africa.
- Fussell, Betty Harper (1992). The Story of Corn. New York: Knopf. p. 231. ISBN 0-394-57805-8.
- "American Civil War Recipes and Cooking". AmericanCivilWar.com. 15 May 2009. Retrieved 2009-07-16.
- Willie Crawford (17 December 2002). "More Soulful Recipes". The Chitterling Site. Retrieved 2009-07-15.
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