Hominy is a form of preserved corn, so if you don't have any, feel free to substitute fresh or frozen corn. It's not the same flavor/texture/taste, but it's in the same family. Since I prefer corn to hominy, I often choose this substitution myself.
I know this isn't helpful, but without hominy it is not posole. So just use whatever sounds good. Corn tastes radically different, but you could definitely easily end up with a tasty soup all the same.
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