Oats, water and…. Hebridean Sea Salt. My recipe for traditional Porridge

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After blogging on my traditional oatmeal recipe for the Golden Spurtle World Porridge Making Championships people have been asking me where I got my “special salt” from. Quiet simply it came from one of the most beautiful places in Scotland… The Isle Of Lewis.

Whilst on my travels I had the great opportunity to visit the home of Hebridean Sea Salt, located in the South Lochs area of Lewis. I got to see the salt making in action…

Hebridean Sea Salt

Hebridean Sea Salt

And to meet the woman who started this innovative company Natalie Crayton…

Porridge Lady meets Natalie Crayton

Porridge Lady meets Natalie Crayton

The salt is a great product from such clear waters and I think it has a great taste too. For my Porridge perfection I am always seeking out quality salt so I was really excited to use the Hebridean Sea Salt at the competition.

If you would like to find out more click here and join the newsletter. The company is pretty new so there will be more info coming soon.

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