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Can anyone recommend a hot cereal without rice or oats?

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I like Cream of Buckwheat. I use Pocono brand. Has a texture like cream of wheat. They also make one that is in a Kasha form if you like more texture.

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I make 3 different kinds or a combination, I either use coconut flour, almond flour, or konjac flour and heat it til it thickens into a porridge. I love how the low carb keto porridge is so filling but without any bloat from carbs. Look up recipes my favorite involves almond milk, coconut flour, almond butter, egg whites, cooked stirring constantly thickens up really nice then I finish off with a sugar free jelly or xylitol and cinnamon. >.> I can not have carbs or sugars so my meals are a bit unique.

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I live in the south.... grits of course! Good with butter or cheese. Bacon too. 

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12 hours ago, Ennis_TX said:

I make 3 different kinds or a combination, I either use coconut flour, almond flour, or konjac flour and heat it til it thickens into a porridge. I love how the low carb keto porridge is so filling but without any bloat from carbs. Look up recipes my favorite involves almond milk, coconut flour, almond butter, egg whites, cooked stirring constantly thickens up really nice then I finish off with a sugar free jelly or xylitol and cinnamon. >.> I can not have carbs or sugars so my meals are a bit unique.

Thanks, it sounds yummy!

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14 hours ago, ravenwoodglass said:

I like Cream of Buckwheat. I use Pocono brand. Has a texture like cream of wheat. They also make one that is in a Kasha form if you like more texture.

 

14 hours ago, ravenwoodglass said:

I like Cream of Buckwheat. I use Pocono brand. Has a texture like cream of wheat. They also make one that is in a Kasha form if you like more texture.

Thanks I'll look for it.

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