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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 28-10-2019, 22:47
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Come on surely you do

But itís nothing to do with a silicon scraper

Itís soft

It scrapes around thatís left in the bowl

Clean simple

Am I on an alternative planet?
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Do tell where you got yours please, pretty please.

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I think it was one of these 'home' shops where they've everything under the sun - bit like an upmarket Chinese bazaar! In Belfast but can't remember the name.
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Wot, no Mickky wave ...Porridge 'ding' ... so easy [IMG class=inlineimg]https://forums.motorhomefacts.com/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG]
Nope, no Mickky (in the MH anyway.)

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Youíve just described it Geoff

Now I like mine

Made with water

Then with yogurt stirred in and a touch of honey

Albert made with milk and fruit stirred in

Some prefer it with salt and cream

If Iím honest salt and cream would be my preference, lots of cream

But the calories

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Whole grain oats, with almonds and walnuts, topped up with hazelnut milk and left to soak, no heat applied.In the meantime the missus gets a cup of coffee in bed and so do I. News watched if we are at home, newspaper online if we are on the road.
Oats are then nice and soft, apple, pear or banana sliced up on top. Pills swallowed while breakfast is being munched.
The missus ? well she doesn't eat breakfast.
Well I thought you should know !

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Neither of us does breakfast till after mid day we eat in a window of 12 till eight

A part daily fast

And now since alberts cancer disrupted it we are getting back to

Between 12 and 8

800 calories

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Jumbo porridge oats in a bowl with milk and fruit and nuts (!) of choice. Only 45 seconds in microwave

My daughter soaks her in yoghurt over night.

For lovers of jumbo porridge oats Sainsburys do a Taste the Difference range which I have been buying for years. It has been bugging me for ages that it is sold in a posh plastic bag. They have, however, just introduced Flahaven's organic jumbo oats packaged in paper! Just as nice and better for the planet Don't suppose it will last long as the snowflakes will not be attracted to the rather restrained packaging.

Spaniel does the job of Spatula but not really needed if only cooking for 45 seconds
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Flahavan's have used paper packaging for all the years I've been buying (from Tesco)

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Well I donít mind shadow cleaning dishes in the house

Where everything goes into the dishwasher

But in the van ?

As it happens he is sensitive in the food department so doesnít clean bowls

But back to rubber spatulas

I love cookery programmes

But it it really annoys me

When bowls of cream ect are not scraped clean

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