Jordans Porridge Oats Conservation Grade Reviews
Product Type: Jordans Breakfast
Description:Brand: Jordans / Type: Porridge
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Jordans Porridge Oats Conservation Grade 750g
British wholegrain rolled oats (our favourite grain â if you hadn ...
Last Update 07.12.2013 14:41
by - written on 04/02/09 (Very useful, 266 readings)
With snow on the ground and chaos on the roads there is nothing nicer than a steaming bowl of porridge to start the day. Jordans is a favourite of mine because it is made by a family company and all the oats used are from the UK. There are so many breakfast cereals to choose from now it really is quite an array of temptations, but I think simplicity is sometimes what I need. What is Porridge? It is quite simply a dish made from oats. I make it with all water to keep the calories down; the Scotch way is to use oatmeal and to add salt. There are so many recipes and you can of course make it with milk or with half milk and half water, but at the end ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/09, updated on 04/02/10 (Very useful, 216 readings)
Porridge has to be one of the purist and healthiest foods you can eat. When you've finished a bowl you feel healthy. It seems our bodies have evolved to be perfect recipients for this food stuff. No doubt oats are something that our ancestors survived on for thousands of years. Overall I find Jordans Porridge Oats a very nourishing breakfast choice. Jordans Porridge Oats (Conservation Grade) consist of large rolled oaks and is less powdery than some other porridge brands. According to the company these oats are rolled with care in order to retain their natural fibre and nutrients. This produces a porridge that retains a creamy consistency but which also ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/08/12 (Very useful, 111 readings)
I never liked porridge, to be honest. The way my family did it - it was gooey and potentially clumpy at the same time, with the sickening taste of milk. However, I came to re-discover porridge oats after I spent a summer in the US, eating steel-cut oats cooked in water everyday and topped with some brown sugar and cranberries. When I returned to the UK, I started to look for something similar but could not find steel-cut oats in the supermarket. After having tried several brands including Flahavans and Quaker's, I finally settled on Jordans Porridge Oats (Conservation Grade). THE BRAND Jordans is a British brand that prides itself on producing wholesome ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/03/10 (Very useful, 52 readings)
Everyone has an opinion about porridge, either from having something resembling wallpaper paste thrust in front of you in a bowl at one time or another, or that delicious creamy incarnation that cannot be bettered on a cold winter's day. Whether you're a hardcore porridge eater (someone that consumes it in water!) or a posh porridge eater (someone that consumes it in the finest creamy milk!) you won't be disappointed by Jordans Porridge Oats. We all know that these days supermarkets have aisles full of different porridge oats ranging from the top end organic boxes (£3) to own brand see thru bags (10p). The difference in taste and texture is quite ... Read the complete review
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