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March 05, 2008

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Tricia Watson

I'm not sure why I bought whole oat groats at Moore's Flour Mill, because I sure didn't know what to do with them. Now I'm glad I did. Your recipe is simple and delicious! Thank you for sharing it.

Appletree Organics.com.au

Yum this is my favourite porridge too and I agree with Jim, delicious with Global Organics maple syrup.

Rita Scannell

I made it and instead of any sweetner I grated a little organic orange zest on top and added a fist of juicy blueberries. The combination is divine! Thank you for the recipe - we have fabulous oats here in Ireland, but I have always used flaked or pin-head - never the whole grains. Yumyum!

Artofnaturalliving

I just bought 25 lbs of oat groats thinking it was oatmeal(don't know if the description was truncated or if I was just in a hurry). This won't work for my apple crisp, but glad to learn there are other delicious uses. Thanks for sharing

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aaron

I cover some oat groats and a few raw almonds (and craisins if I have them) with water, put them in the fridge for 24 hours, drain and eat with plain yogurt (maybe a touch of sweetener if I feel the need) or soy milk and enjoy. NO cooking!

Katie Mast

I put 3 cups of water, 1/2 tsp salt (or to taste) and 3/4 cup of oat groats in a little 1 quart crockpot. I put it on a timer that turns on at 12 midnight and the groats are ready to eat at 6AM. I then add about a half cup of raisins and stir them in and by the time we have our family worship and the coffee is ready, we have a delicious breakfast for 4!

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