Where the Wild Things Are

October 8th, 2009

I guess I’m not the only one who loves the steel-cut oats. We have birds everywhere since I started sprinkling a little outside for the birds, since I chickened out trying the ones I found here that are technically bird feed.

Eventually I probably will try them. I’ve talked to several people here and they don’t think any chemicals have been added or it is required to be on the package. I guess if I start chirping, we’ll know why. haha

I don’t have to think about it for a while, since mom and diddy sent me quite the stash, about 20 pounds worth.

Have you ever tried steel-cut oats? If you haven’t, I think you should. They are MUCH better than regular oats, and oooh so very good for you, me and all of us.

I am going to try adding some to muffins sometime in the near future. YUMMO!!

3 Responses to “Where the Wild Things Are”

  1. Anita says:

    I have not heard of this steel-cut oats but will have to look for them when I go shopping this morning. Now I do know something about steamed rolled oats and other varieties that my horses eat.

  2. Judy says:

    I used to eat them years ago, but not after I grew up and moved out of my folks home (age 18).

    They help reduce weight, they do reduce cholestral, and like you said…they are yummy!

    I love the muffins too, now I’m gluten-allergy person. My colon gets inflammed if I eat breads or oats or wheat, or barley, etc.

    Enjoy your stash from across The Big Pond! :)

    Love you, *hugs*

  3. admin says:

    Anita, these are so good. Even people who don’t like regular oatmeal (like me) love them. They are the whole grain oat, which has been chopped into pieces as opposed to being rolled. They take a little longer to cook, but they are so good, and good for you.

    Awww I didn’t know there was gluten in oats :( I’m sorry to hear that you can’t eat them any longer Judy. *big hugs* xxx

    hehe I’m definitely enjoying my stash :)

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