Colourful porridge to help you maintain your health kick

By now you’ve finished your Dry January and your personal training booking of six sessions may be drawing to a close. But the whole point of start-of-year health fads is to engage with good habits that will hopefully become part of your life in a longer term way. One quite easy one to maintain is starting the day with a healthy and colourful porridge breakfast. The Grain Bowl book of 90 recipes by porridge maestro Nick Williamson of pop-up business The Porridge Cafe, goes a step further with ideas for ‘porridge’ meals using grains, seeds, rice, and superfoods, that will work any time of day. Each dish includes fresh fruits, slow-cooked meats or roasted vegetables that help transform them into irresistibly colouful bowls of comfort. Like getting a cuddle from a bearded hipster underneath a rainbow (or something like that). colourful-porridge-buckwheat-oats-the-chromologist

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The Grain Bowl is published by Phaidon and available here.

 

 



Jill Macnair

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Jill Macnair has worked as an interiors journalist for 13 years, contributing to titles including Elle Decoration, The Sunday Times and The Guardian. She set up cult interiors blog My Friend’s House in 2009 with Ros Anderson and continues to run the forum daily.


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