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Your porridge

Post by 98poundweakling on Sun Dec 16, 2012 3:53 pm

itlives wrote:The suggestion of soaking the next days cereal in a fermenting agent will be tried tonight. I found a 10 grain cereal that is very hearty but takes 15 minutes to cook. Could save energy as well as time by soaking!
Tried to post a pic of it but it wouldn't go -IDKW
Anyway, it's Bob's Red Mill 10 grain hot cereal.
How was breakfast? Bob's Red Mill 10 Grain is great stuff!
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Post by Dave on Sun Dec 16, 2012 5:04 pm

musems wrote:I did some oats soaked overnight in a small bit of water + yogurt over the summer and they were pretty enjoyable with a few fresh berries and cinnamon added in the morning.

Sounds delicious! Hey Musems, why not introduce yourself and start a training log?
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Post by itlives on Mon Dec 17, 2012 4:22 pm

98poundweakling wrote:
How was breakfast? Bob's Red Mill 10 Grain is great stuff!

I haven't done it yet.... It's about time to make another batch. Is there a ratio of yogurt to water I should stick to?

Forgot to mention my wife's trading some home brew for a grain mill. Looks like I'll start buying oats at the feed place. It's a lot cheaper by the 50 lb. bag!


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Post by 98poundweakling on Tue Dec 18, 2012 12:54 pm

Hi, Mike! For a couple of servings, use 1 TBSP whatever souring agent. Ratio doesn't really matter here, just getting something in there to kick-start the fermention.

There are some great mills out there now, that are very quiet and don't throw flour all over the kitchen. Try to use only fresh grains and mill them just what you need right before using.
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Post by itlives on Wed Dec 19, 2012 9:14 am

Thanks! As always, you have simple, straight forward advice that makes sense!
Wife hasn't got the mill yet. I may be able to head her off with a gift if I get off my duff. She's looking at using it to prepare her own grains for brewing ale. I'm looking at using it for FOOD! :D
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Post by 98poundweakling on Wed Dec 19, 2012 1:54 pm

itlives wrote:Wife hasn't got the mill yet...She's looking at using it to prepare her own grains for brewing ale. I'm looking at using it for FOOD! :D
BEER IS FOOD!

PS I've heard the best small mill these days is "Nutrimill". Seems like the going price is around $250.
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Post by Dave on Wed Dec 19, 2012 2:08 pm

98poundweakling wrote:BEER IS FOOD!

I googled this and found an entertaining article.
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Prosit!

Post by 98poundweakling on Wed Dec 19, 2012 2:38 pm

Dave.cyco wrote:
98poundweakling wrote:BEER IS FOOD!

I googled this and found an entertaining article.
Nice! Should we move this to the nutrition section? :eyebrows:
We could easily squeeze into the Aches and Pains thread. If you ever have kidney stones, Guinness is the best treatment: It eases the pain, consoles the sufferer, feeds the body, flushes the stones...
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Post by itlives on Wed Dec 19, 2012 3:00 pm

Without reading the article I can say it's the "in moderation" thing that always got me in the past. I don't know about now because I haven't had a drink in two years.
I was supposed to drink an ale on my b/day but it didn't happen. Smoked my cigar but needed to eat more than drink after my b/day swings...
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