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    How do we know they used steel to cut said oats?
    "The efforts of the government alone will never be enough. In the end the people must choose and the people must help themselves" ~ JFK; from his famous inauguration speech (What Democrats sounded like before today's neo-Liberals hijacked that party)
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    Cuz it sez so on the box.

    I don't think I'd want to cook these oats. Takes too long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba Dawg View Post
    Cuz it sez so on the box.

    I don't think I'd want to cook these oats. Takes too long.
    Yeah, but whose steel? I don't want no foreign steel cutting my oats, if you know what I mean. Know what I mean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Articulate_Ape View Post
    Yeah, but whose steel? I don't want no foreign steel cutting my oats, if you know what I mean. Know what I mean?
    I get where you're comming from. Thing is, I'm agnostic when it comes to the origin of steel. I'm more worried about where my oats come from.

    I mean, we're talkin' OATS here. This matters.
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    When I've made them I didn't bother to soak them ahead of time. They took about 25-30 minutes to cook. Just add the milk at the end, while still on the stove so it warms up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phillygirl View Post
    When I've made them I didn't bother to soak them ahead of time. They took about 25-30 minutes to cook. Just add the milk at the end, while still on the stove so it warms up.
    I had you pegged as an indifferent oat-eater.

    I'll just bet you're the sort of person who drinks coffee whilst waiting for oats to cook. :eek:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba Dawg View Post
    I had you pegged as an indifferent oat-eater.

    I'll just bet you're the sort of person who drinks coffee whilst waiting for oats to cook. :eek:

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    A friend made me make them. I still have the can in my cupboard...it's at least 2 years old, maybe 3. I had never had oatmeal and had no desire to try it, as it seemed disgusting to me. So...steel cut oats it was, with cream and some brown sugar. I had to admit it wasn't nearly as bad as I thought.

    Now I'll eat oatmeal, but I make the instant, plain, adding a tad of honey to them and some cinnamon. If I'm going to actually take time to make breakfast (which is usually only if I have company), it's going to be eggs, and bacon and hash browns.

    Oh...and on the rare occasions that I make coffee at home...it must be french pressed!
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    Oatmeal (any kind) is essentially hot mash for humans. It's the same thing we give horses. Why would you want to eat like a horse? It's not like they're super influential in the animal world.

    God wants us to enslave chickens and eat their unborn children to start the day. Being an apex predator is a full time job.
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    Oats can also be used to make a very good stout ale, just as God intended.
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    Quote Originally Posted by obx View Post
    Oats can also be used to make a very good stout ale, just as God intended.
    My ancestors drank porter and fed hot mash to our valuable and attractive cattle. Oat-eating is for priests and slaves.
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