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5 Lb Bag Gluten Free Oat Groats. 100% whole grain oat groats for a heartier healthy start to your day or for use in your favorite recipes. Taste the difference of our uncontaminated, fresh roasted flavor that comes from our steamed, shelf stable process. Our groats are safe for those who are gluten intolerant or anyone desiring a high quality product. Use our groats for your own milling or cooking pleasure. OUR FACILITY IS WHEAT, SOY, and PEANUT NUT FREE.
Posted by Lora Lawson on 24th Oct 2013
I'm ecstatic about this product. I grew up eating oatmeal and stopped for awhile due to my discovery of my having celiac's disease; as I wasn't sure about the "wheat-free" promise of others. However, your product takes me back home, and I will SURELY purchase more in the very near future. AND OH HOW GREAT OATS ARE FOR YOUR HEALTH! Please keep up the magnificent work!
Posted by Nicole on 30th Aug 2013
I'd had these oat groats in my freezer for months, perhaps a year or more, actually... Finally, I decided to give them a try, since I had run out of my GF rolled oats. Wow! I may never make regular rolled-oat oatmeal again! The consistency of this whole oat groat oatmeal is wonderful - hearty, with a slight nutty/chewy-ness to it like you'd get with adding nuts to steel cut oatmeal. I followed the directions on the bag and slow-cooked it overnight. You will wake up to yummy, warm oatmeal! I also added nutmeg and a dash of cardamom in addition to the cinnamon stick.
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Posted by Stan on 29th Dec 2012
You would think that at my age I would have known about groats, but sadly this is my first experience. This is the best stuff. I love it! It is oatmeal with an attitude. I cook it in a slow cooker over night on low. Put the left-overs in the fridge and heat up in the microwave throughout the week. What is even better (although probably not extremely healthy), but put a little butter in a fry pan and reheat them, putting a little crust on them, kind of like groat pancakes. Read on the internet about cooking them in a ricer - thinking about getting one of those.