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  • Jamie
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    Porridge is not for the summer.

    In the winter, I have greek yoghurt and honey.

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    Dorset Cereals porridge rocks. 8) Made with water.

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    I like honey on mine, but you can always spritz it up with fruit (fresh or dried) and flaked almonds (or similar).

    Oh – and I prefer something like Scotts Old Fashioned as it has a bit more bite and substance.

    joshvegas
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    Peanut butter and jam.
    Syrup.
    Honey.
    Banana.

    Made with water served with a splash of milk.

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    Jamie – why not in Summer? Is there another delicious cereal that I’m missing out on?

    haggis1978
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    I’ll put in all kinds of nuts, raisins, berries and honey. Heard of people putting in a spoonful of nutella as well

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    Water – microwave 7 mins. Add sultanas – leave for 5 mins. Add sliced apple and honey.

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    7 minutes? Cremation. 😯

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    Should add it gets made with water. Milk and salt get added after. Interesting thoughts. Not sure on the whole sweet portage thing but I’m willing to try.

    chewkw
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    Add lukewarm water to soak it for 1 min or 2.
    Add demarara sugar whatever.
    Add a pinch of cinnamon.
    Add boiling water to soak it for 30 seconds.

    That’s it. No milk, no boiling, no cooking, no microwave needed.

    :mrgreen:

    Jamie
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    Water – microwave 7 mins

    RIP Wally’s Porage.

    It never stood a chance 😥

    jekkyl
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    With a spoon.

    _tom_
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    Honey and a chopped banana or sultanas. Or just golden syrup.

    weetabix is for summer though.

    banks
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    Proper full fat milk & shit loads of brown sugar – must be done in a pan on simmer.

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    With a spune.

    hypnotoad
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    Honey and cinammom

    sweepy
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    I use oat milk, so its oats, cooked in oats. If i’m feeling virtuous I add pineapple and honey, otherwise brown sugar.

    samuri
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    I assume porage is something southerners eat. I add dried fruit to my porridge. I must admit, at first I was dubious about it’s rampant claims that it could replace an egg, bacon and sausage butty, but it’s actually not bad.

    I feel a bit faint at about 2pm so stock myself up with a chocolate covered pork chop but apart from that porridge seems to do the job.

    steep overnight in 50/50 milk/water mix
    boil gently till it reaches the consistency you like
    add whatever takes your fancy this morning

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    add whatever takes your fancy this morning

    Dirty.

    Jamie
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    I assume porage is something southerners eat

    nick1962
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    75p a kilo budget oats from Morrison’s’add milk 2 mins in microwave. add some cold milk blueberries raspberries strawberries and a tablespoon of milled linseed with seasme seeds dried goji berries and dried cranberries(from lidl)

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    Going to start having porage for breakfast. Just wondering how everyone eats theirs? Haven’t touch it for 20 years tbh, was brought up on salt and milk. The only way, or am I missing a better way?

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    nick1962 – Member
    75p a kilo budget oats from Morrison’s’add milk 2 mins in microwave…

    +1

    I just eat as is with milk.

    bonchance
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    Summer porage sounds better than Bircher to me?

    2 cups rolled oats – jumbo is good
    (just a few) whatever seed (or nut) you like. poppy is good
    2 or 3 green apples grated – all of it
    pinch of salt
    spoon of honey
    1 cup of water (with some apple juice in if you like)
    Lemon zest if you have it

    Mix it up, tamp it down – splash a bit of lemon juice cover an put in the fridge over night. Apple doesn’t really brown if it’s mixed quick though.. Lasts a few days or serves a few..

    Why not eat it with splash milk (almond or oat milk is good!), glob of greek yoghurt, more nuts&seeds (toasted mmm) and a bit of chopped fruit of your choice..

    Or just eat the overnight oats 🙂

    AlasdairMc
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    100g oats, tablespoon of powdered milk, teaspoon or two of unrefined sugar and served in a Ziploc with enough water to cover the oats. Perfect bivi breakfast.

    _tom_
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    100g?! You must be shitting rope with that many oats. A normal 40g serving seems to be more than enough for me.

    rendo
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    traditional porridge i have with a little salt.

    but i prefer to have oats with a nice apple juice (better to use the cloudy naturally pressed stuff). just leave to soak for a minute or two. no cooking needed.

    isitafox
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    Splash of milk (straight from the cow, none of this bottled crap) and top up with boiling water then simmer on the stove.
    Speaking of which I’m late for my breakfast, best crack it on!

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    water
    raisins
    chopped nuts and seeds
    4 mins max microwave

    maybe some borage honey if im feeling frisky

    Jamie
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    (straight from the cow, none of this bottled crap)

    I love this place 😀

    mogrim
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    4 heaped tablespoons porridge, glass of semi-skimmed milk, 2 minutes in the microwave. Sugar on top, or bananas and honey if I’m feeling fancy.

    kedmun
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    Half mug oats, half mug water, half mug milk, easy…medium/low heat on hob till pops like lava for about a minute…then lemon curd or banana and honey or nutella. Awesome power meal, flying up the hills for about 45 minutes after a bowl of oats!

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    Mornflake oats, milk, zap it for 3 minutes, add sliced banana.

    racefaceec90
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    i thought porage was a french version of porridge (like cidre/cider)

    hangs head in shame 😳

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    I uses me mouf hole, it tastes good.

    Gary_M
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    Cup of oats, cup of milk, lots of salt. Microwave for 2-3 minutes.

    I guess I could ponce about making a simple food complex but I’m Scottish, its the Scottish way and I like it simple.

    4 very heaped tablespoons of cheep oats.

    1 tsp of soft brown sugar

    200ml milk

    2min40s in the microwave.

    Made with milk. Covered in maple syrup/condensed milk/brown sugar. Yeah.

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    Reading that lot, no wonder a good percentage of you are overweight

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