Scott's Old Fashioned Porage Oats Reviews
Product Type: Scott`s Breakfast
Description:Brand: Scott's / Type: Oats
Newest Review: ... go - particularly with salt added to the finished product ( uggghhh ). I don't agree. I have tried a lot of the easy ... more
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Scott's Porage Oats Old Fashioned 1KG
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Last Update 10.03.2014 08:33
by - written on 03/03/09 (Very useful, 290 readings)
I have porridge for breakfast every morning ( except when it is really hot - not happened for a long time !! ). After a lot of experimentation I have come to the conclusion that these are the only porridge oats to buy . It goes without saying that people ( especially the Scots ) have very strong views about porridge and there is a school of thought that says oatmeal gently cooked overnight in an Aga is the only way to go - particularly with salt added to the finished product ( uggghhh ). I don't agree. I have tried a lot of the easy porridge mixes on the market ( oats so simple etc ) and what you get is something with the texture of wallpaper ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/12/08 (Very useful, 538 readings)
Scots Old Fashioned Porage Oats are thick Scottish Milled Oats and claim to give "the true taste of Scotland." I quite often have porridge for my breakfast as it fills me up and sets me up for the day. My husband was doing the shopping and I asked him to get some more porridge oats and instead of buying the normal shop brand bag he came back with these which I had never tried before. They differ from ordinary porridge oats by their size they are much bigger than your average oat and this is due to way they roll them apparently! They come in a cardboard box, mine was 1kg and cost £1.45 from Tesco. They were actually 4p cheaper than the standard ... Read the complete review
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