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Salt or Sugar?

For me, sugar is the only option, but our friends up north often prefer Salt!
So out of interest, what is it for you?

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Banana, blueberry's and strawberry's for me. No salt or sugar.

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Wed Dec 05, 2012 7:19 pm
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Thomas, since your from scotland, which seems the normal method to you, salt or sugar?


Wed Dec 05, 2012 7:21 pm
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Your supposed to add a pinch of salt when cooking it to bring out the creaminess of the oats but not to flavour it.

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Sugar has no place in my porridge or popcorn, sugar and raisins and more importantly - milk not water, I'm not in prison !


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Nutella and Peanut butter, Sugar Eurrrghh
its all about splenlda bitches!

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Honey and Nuttella, mmmmm


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just milk for me


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Milk and Honey every time

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dont think i could have porridge with water!

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Milk made honey and raisens.

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legend wrote:
Thomas, since your from scotland, which seems the normal method to you, salt or sugar?


Traditionally salt but wouldn't thank you for it. I would think the majority use some form of sweetener sugar, honey, fruit etc

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small amount of sugar and cinnamon with milk of course. belter!!


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With egg whites and a scoop of protein and few drops of toffee flavouring...oh wait, that's pancakes :)


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milk and honey for me just, so sugar?

i dont put salt on anything, dont know how anyone could put it on porridge!


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legend wrote:
...but our friends up north often prefer Salt!



Maybe some of our Northern friends can confirm this but when I was working up in Scotland I was deeply surprised to find a large bottle of whisky and a measure next to the pot of porridge at the breakfast buffet and people were adding whisky to their porridge!
It wasn't so much the Whisky that surprised me rather the fact that it was a Motorway service station Travel Lodge that I was staying at with no other way to get to it or leave other than a motorway!!! And it certainly wasn't the sort of place that you went to stay a few nights at!! :lol:


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Honey always.. Esp on wheatabix haha.. Trust me. Ty it!!!!


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Sugar and a chopped up banana in it....


Delicoooouuuussss

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