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    I typically eat this for breakfast on training days. Pretty much every day through winter.

    1/2 cup of oats
    1/4 cup of barley
    1/8 cup of rye
    1 cup fo full cream milk
    3/4 cup of water
    Cinnamon bark
    Nutmeg
    Pinch of salt
    1 Tbsp of thickened full cream

    Add Honey and Banana

    Place all grains into saucepan cover with liquids. Place in fridge to soak over night.

    In morning place on flame. Crush cinnamon bark over top to taste. Add pinch of salt.

    Bring to boil. Once boiling drop heat and simmer until liquid dissapears.

    Serve in a bowl with good honey and a banana. Top with thickened cream and sprinkle with nutmeg.





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    Where do you buy barley and rye from? I've had a look at a couple of dry goods stores, where I already buy beans and apricots and so on, but no luck.
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    There is a store in the adelaide central markets called goodies and grains. They sell there. Also an organic store near me is pretty good. The brand i often buy is called : Four Leaf

    Maybe try queen vic markets? there must be a bunch of hippy stuff around carlton/brunswick etc?

    Here ya go - Four Leaf Milling - Organic and Biodynamic grain specialists


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    Kyle, you could try Macro Organics (supermarket) in Bridge Road, Richmond VIC. They have all sorts of "different" foods & a great cafe out the front!


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    looks good i might have to try this.


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    I don't like porridge. How can I learn to like it? I know oats are good for me and everything, but it's just... gumpy (an amalgamation of lumpy and gooey)
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    Honey and milk make all the difference with porridge. Also, rolled oats rather than instant oats, so the thing still has some texture.
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    try this recipe katie on a cold winter's morn. You'll like it.


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    OK, I'll give it a go and report back... Hubby can always eat it, I guess, as we don't have a dog!
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