Brose

Brose is a Scots word for an uncooked form of porridge: oatmeal (and/or other meals) is mixed with boiling water and allowed to stand for a short time. It is eaten with salt and butter, milk or buttermilk. A version of brose is called crowdie, made with ground oats and cold water, though that term is more often used for a type of cheese. In the 16...
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Brose

• (n.) Pottage made by pouring some boiling liquid on meal (esp. oatmeal), and stirring it. It is called beef brose, water brose, etc., according to the name of the liquid (beef broth, hot water, etc.) used.
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Brose

Brose noun [ CF. Gael. brothas . Confer Brewis , Broth .] Pottage made by pouring some boiling liquid on meal (esp. oatmeal), and stirring it. It is called beef brose , water brose , etc., according to the name of the liquid (beef broth, hot water, etc.) used. [ Scot....
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brose

broth (e.g. made using oatmeal)
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