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 (pə-zō′lā, -sō′-) or po·zo·le (-zō′-)
1. Kernels of corn that have been soaked in limewater, hulled, and dried.
2. A stew or soup made with posole, pork, chili, and other seasonings.

[American Spanish pozole, from Nahuatl pozolli.]
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1. (Cookery) Mexican cookery a Central American stew consisting of hominy, meat, chilli, and other seasonings
2. (Cookery) a drink consisting of maize and water
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Hominy is a curious ingredient and most often seen in the Mexican soup posole. Hominy is corn kernels that have been soaked in an alkali solution, causing them to puff up ,usort of like soft popcorn.