Bob's Red Mill Whole Grain Oat Groats -- 29 oz
If you like steel cut, you'll love this, too
These do take a lot more effort to cook than rolled or steel cut oats, but they're well worth the effort. One needs to start the night before. Toast them in a dry pan. Add water to the hot groats. Low boil & stir until the "creaminess" starts to emerge. Turn down to low & simmer for 50 minutes. Stir in a dollop of yogurt (active culture). Let sit overnight on the top of the stove. Next morning, add a little salt, butter, & apple pieces--cook 10 minutes. YUM!
May 6, 2014
Where I live you can only buy oat groats in 50# bags, so I was very happy to find these on Vitacost. I love that each grain retains it's shape making for an interesting bite and texture. The mush of oatmeal just does not cut it for me.
We add ground flax seed, sesame, sunflower and pumpkin seeds along with raisins. Delicious!
I don't like being without oat groats.
January 11, 2014
One of my favorite breakfasts
This was a totally new product to me up to a few months ago. I had to go off wheat on doctor's advise, and he suggested oat grouts as an alternative to my favorite hot cereal. Takes a while to cook, but I make up a big batch and freeze the leftovers in individual packets. It's easy to pop in the microwave and thaw out while I am sautéing apples or pears in some butter to top it off when it is hot. Yummy!
October 31, 2013
September 13, 2013
Great for my bird!
I picked up a nice big bag of these for much cheaper than what the pet store wants to charge, and they dye their product with artificial coloring. My cockatiel goes bananas for oat groats, and since he's a part of our family, if I can give him a better option like these organic oat groats, and at a lower price, I will! My George absolutely loves these!
June 18, 2013