|10||ounces||corn||frozen or 2 ears fresh|
|1/4||cup||cornmeal||or more, the more the thicker it gets|
|1||x||soy sauce||to taste or tamari*|
Saute onion and corn in a few teaspoons of water, adding more if it gets dry.
Add cornmeal, stirring to avoid lumps, and so all veggies are covered.
Slowly add water and stir to once again avoid lumps.
Bring to a boil, then simmer for 40 minutes.
Add salt or soy sauce at the end.
I am not a big soup fan, but I had 2 bowls of this stuff.
The best part is, you can make a ton and not have to cook for a while.
First published: 2010-09-05 last updated: 2014-08-28
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