Not whole kernal oats but not cracked either, they be actually called "steel
cut oats". They're kind of inbetween, much more texture than "mush cracked
oats", especially that "quick" stuff. I didn't think of it either, got into
pan roastin' 'em before adding water and cooking from a different OT thread
on this List a few years ago! Used to roast 'em with a bit-o-butter in the
pan but it's optional and since the Doc' says Debi has got to get her
cholesterol down I've been forgoing the butter, (almost) just as good.
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The steel that cuts my oats is spinning wildly in the bottom of a
blender cup. This Dummkopf never thought of roasting them before I cookum.
You said you roast cracked oats, not whole kernel, right?
I've been told my gruel is a lot like porridge. I'm done with foods
that should be on prescription basis only, when you study the ingredient
Whatever works, but I refuse to leave well-enough alone. If there's
a right way, I'll try the other way, too. Since the whole kernels could pop
like popcorn, I think I'll roast a cup covered with my colander.
What'll I call it if I just make a Hellacious mess- scrape it up and
call it Food?
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On 4/29/07, miKe mcKoffee wrote:
I usually open pan roast steel cut oats before making
oatmeal to bring out
more nutty toasty flavor. Not a dark roast but very light
cinnamon roast if
that, actually just touch of 1st crack.