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Old 01-13-2010, 09:44 AM
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Default I've re-discovered oatmeal!

I never cared for it, probably because my mom would just give it to us plain w/ no goodies in it..... but' I've been on a kick ever since my brother brought a can of steel-cut for New Years breakfast.... YUM!

I was also reading in my Cooking Light magazine about how great they are for you.... no matter the type. I knew they were..... just needed a reminder I suppose. Great article with some good ideas for mix-ins.

I'm just having regular old-fashioned today...... steel-cut not in this weeks budget..... a little milk, cinnamon, raisins and some maple syrup.
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I do it the easy way with the instant microwave oats - usually Oats so simple
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Old 01-13-2010, 12:22 PM
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I enjoy the brown sugar with adding blueberries and walnut pieces!!
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I think I might try eating oatmeal regularly. My brother lost a lot of weight on his new diet, and he starts off every morning with a bowl of oatmeal. I've got a programmable rice cooker with a porridge setting that will have it hot and ready for me in the morning! Mmmm, hot porridge!
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Try it with maple syrup.
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Old 01-13-2010, 01:40 PM
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try it with beer!
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Old 01-13-2010, 02:46 PM
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I'm SURE you have Bucky!! lol
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I wanna have breakfast with BT.
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I actually love the stuff and always have especially this time of year when it is cold. I don't think I've ever had it made in any fashion that I didn't like but there is possible one out there.
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I never did like the “real” stuff that comes in the round cardboard container.

But I always loved this stuff: Instant Apples & Cinnamon!

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That is what I had this morning Keltin. I like the one in the round box but needs the additions to it like the Apples & Cinnamon.
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I wanna have breakfast with BT.
you're welcome anytime, f-mom, you know that!

actually, i'm sure more than a few guys who have gone camping have had beer in their oatmeal. nothin' like it when you're trying to get last night's fire started again on a cold morning. hair o' the dog, plus all the health benefits of oats.

it works great making lentil soup from a dehydrated mix, too!
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Default Re: I've re-discovered oatmeal!

hmmmmm I'm thinking this mornings' toasted almonds, dried cranberries, cinnamon and maple syrup concoction was STILL much better.... as much as I like my beer....
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Well I bought some steel cut oats, but I forgot to put them in the rice cooker last night! LOL! I will definitely make some for tomorrow!
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Yay for you!! Steel cut oats are the best.
Soak them the night before to speed the cooking if you desire, or to use in pancake or waffle batter.
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Oatmeal cooked with water, milk, brown sugar and raisins. Topped with a pat of butter, 1/2 & 1/2 and a drizzle of maple syrup.YUM!!

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Suzi, check out this thread about cooking it overnight in a crockpot - it's a real time-saver! http://www.netcookingtalk.com/forums...tmeal+crockpot

It does not reheat well, but I just break up the chunks, reheat it and eat it anyway!

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no beer, peep?
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Suzi, check out this thread about cooking it overnight in a crockpot - it's a real time-saver! http://www.netcookingtalk.com/forums...tmeal+crockpot

It does not reheat well, but I just break up the chunks, reheat it and eat it anyway!

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thank you lee.
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no beer, peep?
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Yay for you!! Steel cut oats are the best.
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Thanks! I went out for cocktails last night, so I didn't get to soak the oats overnight. I did make them this morning, and they were a bit runny. Maybe the overnight soak will fix that. I have a programmable rice maker with a porridge cycle, so I don't have to worry about cooking time. I just "set it and forget it!"
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Thanks! I went out for cocktails last night, so I didn't get to soak the oats overnight. I did make them this morning, and they were a bit runny. Maybe the overnight soak will fix that. I have a programmable rice maker with a porridge cycle, so I don't have to worry about cooking time. I just "set it and forget it!"
whats the make and model? sounds great!!
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I had a bowl of Quaker Oats oatmeal today for the first time in a year or so. I tried it with maple syrup and blueberries for the 1st time ever. ummmmm good stuff.
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whats the make and model? sounds great!!
I've got the Zojirushi neuro-fuzzy 10 cup. Amazon Amazon
If I did it again I would have gotten the 5 cup, but I don't think there is any overall size difference.
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