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Bob's Red Mill Organic Steel Cut Oats, 24 Ounce (Pack of 4)
- Case of Four, 24 oz. bags (6 lbs. total)
- USDA Certified Organic; Vegan; Vegetarian; 100% Whole Grain; Kosher Pareve
- World Champion Oatmeal
- 100% whole grain
- Good source of dietary fiber; 7g protein per serving
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Organic Steel-Cut Oats are freshly milled from high protein oats and cut into neat little pieces on a steel buhr mill. Steel Cut Oats are one of the healthiest foods you can eat and they make a delightful, full-bodied hot cereal with an appealing texture. Try some Organic Steel Cut Oats today!
Size: 4 Pack
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Our household is trying hard to correct breakfast - and breakfast skipping - habits these days, and we face down the common issue of just not having the time or inclination to fuss with anything not pre-prepared in the morning. However, you can do an internet search and find a zillion good ways to start the oatmeal the night before. This idiot-proof method works for us:
1 cup oatmeal, 5 cups water. Put in pan on stove, bring to a boil, turn off heat and cover pan. In the morning, add any fruit, nuts, cinnamon or sweeteners (we use Splenda), however you like it. Bring to simmer and cook for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. (You may need to add a bit of water - these oats are VERY absorbant.) Serve topped with yogurt, fruit or milk, and with extreme satisfaction that you aren't feeding the family sugary junk or mass-produced enriched cardboard.
Between this and McCann's, I don't perceive a difference, although I guess some reviewers favor one or the other. Going on price, as of Feb 2012, this is a definite "best buy".
ORGANIC OAT CASSEROLE:
2 cups steel cut oats
1 cup nuts (I used sunflower seeds)
Soak the grain and nits overnight in water, salt, a tablespoon of kefir (or yogurt), it will make them nutritionally more available.
Drain and rinse the mix and put in bowl.
Put in a blender:
2 cups milk or 1/2 and 1/2
2 tablespoons cinnamon (I also add pumpkin spice, ground vanilla beans to taste)
Blend till smooth and add to grains.
Add a cup or 2 of dried fruits (I used fresh dates, raisins -- use what you like)
Add 1/4 cup of coconut oil
Stir it up till mixed and pour into greased glass pan
bake for 45 minutes
let sit for 10 minutes
cut in squares, add extra cinnamon and sweetener if you like (I use Vanilla Stevia on top)and serve with milk or coconut milk or nut milk.
It's like a very special cereal for breakfast, or a nutritious snack any time.
It is very filling and satisfying, and inexpensive to make.
My method is to cook them over night on low in my little crock pot. Add your favorite fruit, nuts, and spices and you wake up in the morning to a yummy, hearty breakfast that carries you through until lunch time. Recommend!!
I always love Bob's Red Mill for my flax and flour, and this got good reviews, has a good price, so it's what I went with.
I ended up just following the instructions on the package although there are lots of good prep techniques in the various steel-cut-oat reviews here and elsewhere. They came out just fine.... and the reviewer who suggested refrigerating the leftovers for an even better oat experience is correct I think... these things are yummy with each subsequent round.... this makes a batch-prepping your breakfast for a week really easy.
So far I've enjoyed this with greek yoghurt, flax-meal, chunky peanut butter, organic honey.... but I'm sure you could do any combination that works for you obviously... I'm trying to get the flavor ratio down for ultimate addiction but haven't gotten there yet.... there's just so much food to eat (yum!), not enough meals (*tear*). It's a good lucky problem to have I guess ;)
I've got freezer space for the uncooked oats so that's where I keep them.
Very pleased with this round and hope to be better about breakfast going forward!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love Bob's Red Mill stuff. Been to the store. It's a really cool place. If you're in the Portland area, you've got to check it out. :)Published 12 days ago by Kathryn Akins
We have purchased this product several times over the years without problems previously, but we found pieces of small clear plastic in the current bags on 2 separate occasions. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Michael C
Nice packaging, so easy to store. Perfect cut, very little dust.Published 22 days ago by Gary K. Rubens