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In powder form, it has a mild, nutty flavor and is best used like a protein boost, sprinkled over porridge, stirred into a vegetarian chili or folded into banana bread batter.
I tried out the book’s recipe for turkey jook, a rice porridge made with turkey stock, which I’d never made before but had eyed over the years.
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Many of their traditional foods, such as tortillas and pancake-like chorreadas, were adapted by the wider population, while the use of porridges and drinks made from maíz pujagua, or purple corn, are more isolated.
Per Carlsson of Sweden snagged the 2017 specialty win with a cloudberry-liqueur porridge brulee.
Almost everyone who has won has used steel-cut oats and soaked the porridge overnight.
"Then I'll catch it," I said, laughing at his discomfiture, for I knew he loathed stirring porridge.
Porridge is a food which satisfies and strengthens, and which, it seems, is rich in bone-forming matter.
The room was full of healthy-looking workmen, tidily dressed and busily doing honour to the porridge and other items on the menu.
Robert Burns, who has sung of the haggis and the whisky of his native land, has only made indirect mention of porridge.
A very small bit of this chestnut grated into a kettle would make a potful of porridge.

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