Finnish school food pics thread examweek edition part III
Barley porridge and blueberry soup, yum!
What other schools have?
I really want your breakfast. Share basic recipe some time? I'll buy frozen wild blueberries for three dollars and cook them down with a bit of sugar then sweeten them up more with Splenda then put that on my buck wheat cakes or oatmeal but I bet yours is different.
I'm sorry bruh, but we dont make our food ourselves. The food is premade in local "central food place" (dunno how to call it) which can be a place like local hospital or one of the city's shcools and where food is made for all the schools in city. Then it's transported and "remade" (warmed up basically) again at our school and then we just get it from trayline. It doesn't cost directly anything for us, but it is funded with our taxes so basically workers are paying for students food. Food is free only in elementary and high school tho, in uni you must pay for it.
Thanks for the recipe tho
I find that frozen blueberries turn out just fine with oat porridge. Just throw them in, microwave everything. I like to keep the sugar low, so I'll add a little after if it still needs some.
Grits is a maize product. It's processed largely in the same way Polenta is. It's largely used in the same applications as Polenta is. It's pretty much Polenta.
Have the last 500 years of history just passed you by, senpai?