Porridge, for richer, for poorer, and in sickness and in health; we will always love it.
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The porridge we eat in our local hawker, or foodcourt are savoury. They are packed with ingredients, ranging from century egg, mince meat, or even frog meat. Often paired with fried dough sticks, we call you YouTiao, over here in Asia.
On the other half of the globe, porridge are often associated with food for the sick, that tastes horrible. The colourful bowls of porridge are made with nuts, fruits, and flavoured with milk. These heathy bowls of grains are making a comeback, as consumers get more health conscious.
But we all know, a leopard never changes it’s spots; so would you prefer a sweet or a savoury porridge? Leave a comment below and let us know!
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