My entire life I have hated hot cooked oatmeal. I dislike (to be honest HATE) everything about it. The smell, the sliminess, the taste, how difficult it is to clean the pan. I could go on and on, but I have read so much about the benefits of oatmeal that I keep trying to find a way to eat it without gagging or eating 10 oatmeal cookies. For some reason, I can eat the oats in a cookie but NOT if it’s made in a porridge form. I’ve tried for my entire life to find a way to like it with no success. BUT … wonder of wonders, I’ve just learned about oat grouts and I love oat grouts, and they can be ground into flour to make cookies. Who knew?
ALSO: DID YOU KNOW Whole Oat Groats will store for 10 to 15 years in a sealed #10 can or bucket (oxygen absorber included) under ideal storage conditions (cool, dry place). WoW !!
So now I’ll be purchasing some more oat groats.
- Honeyville: https://shop.honeyville.com/whole-oat-groats.html
- Pleasant Hill Grain: https://pleasanthillgrain.com/buy-organic-oat-groats-for-sale-bucket
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Click on the video graphic pictured above: In the video, Carolina shares 3 recipes using oat groats! I’ll be trying these recipes and adapting them to suit our trastes.
Carrot Cake Oat Groat Porridge – 1 apple – 2 medjool dates – 1 tsp Cinnamon – About 1 ½ – 2 cups of soy milk – ½ oat groats
Oat Groat Budha Bowl Since all you do is just create an awesome budha bowl and the amount of ingredients I used doesn’t affect anything, I used a ratio of 1 cup of oat groats for 2 cups of water and a tsp of marmite, the rest is all your own imagination and suggestions are what I used in the video.
Oat Groat Bean Burgers – 230g red kidney beans – 5 -6 tbsp oat groats – 2 tbsp nutritional yeast – 5 tsp sweet corn – 2 tsp tomato paste – 2 cloves of garlic – – smoked paprika, black pepper to taste – ½ spelt flour