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Last Edited by TheBryon October 30, 2017 at 09:35 AM
This deal is great for Celiac Disease [celiac.org] and those choosing to live a Gluten Free (GF) lifestyle. It is a terrible deal for everyone else.

Also, cross-contamination is a real concern for Celiac (not GF lifestyle) and as another user noted:

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It's also the manufacturing facilities & processes.
BRM has two buildings (separated by inches, but two buildings...) one that does nothing but GF, and one that does everything else. The GF stuff is kept in it's building, and tested for cross contamination ~8 times throughout the manufacturing process.
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The reason oats are not always labeled as gluten free is due to how they are harvested. They almost always are on a farm that also has wheat, rye, or barley and the oats will be cross contaminated by the gluten containing grains.

Some farms don't produce those gluten containing products and adhere to a some gluten free protocols to make their product safe for people with Celiac Disease or gluten intolerance. It's a more expensive process and trendy so they're always more expensive.

In the USA, a product must contain under 20 ppm of gluten to be considered gluten free.

Source - I have Celiac Disease
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Rolled oats are great for making snacks. 3 recipes off the top of my head:

1. Energy bites:

These are basically fresh granola bars rolled up into a bite-sized ball. They taste awesome & you don't have to bake them. Word of warning, don't eat more than a couple at a time (they are addictive, but the fiber will murder your GI tract lol). They freeze well too! This is the base recipe, which is really good, and then are a million other recipes available (pumpkin pie, Almond Joy, Nutella, etc.):

https://www.gimmesomeoven.com/no-...rgy-bites/


2. Copycat Quaker granola bars:

These taste exactly like Quaker's granola bars, but with only 8 ingredients. Basically toast the oats in the oven for a few minutes, then melt the oil, sugar, and honey together in a pot, then mix everything together, and then spread it out in a pan. Super good:

https://lovelylittlekitchen.com/c...nola-bars/


3. Crispy oat topping:

This is great on yogurt & also ice cream. It's just like the stuff you get in the top lid of a parfait cup. Only you can put on as much as you want. Which is awesome. Plus it's only 3 ingredients and takes just ten minutes to bake:

https://www.rachelcooks.com/2015/...t-topping/
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$1.64/lb

A bit more than I usually pay for the scoop-your-own oats at a grocery store.
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$1.64/lb

A bit more than I usually pay for the scoop-your-own oats at a grocery store.
Are they gluten free though?
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Who cares? Just eat it, they all taste the same...
So does regular and lactose-free milk. If you're intolerant (to lactose and/or gluten), you would definitely care.
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Who cares? Just eat it, they all taste the same...
People with Celiac's? Moron.
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They say oats are gluten free but I have learned that it is a lie. No oats are gluten free! No wheat, barley , rye or oats are the grains to avoid .
The reason oats are not always labeled as gluten free is due to how they are harvested. They almost always are on a farm that also has wheat, rye, or barley and the oats will be cross contaminated by the gluten containing grains.

Some farms don't produce those gluten containing products and adhere to a some gluten free protocols to make their product safe for people with Celiac Disease or gluten intolerance. It's a more expensive process and trendy so they're always more expensive.

In the USA, a product must contain under 20 ppm of gluten to be considered gluten free.

Source - I have Celiac Disease
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$11.80 now!!
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Came out to $6.80 for me.
I had a $5 credit from a No-Rush Shipping I got a few days ago.
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Good deal. About $5-6 per 32oz package at walmart ($20-24).
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steel cut oats > any other oats
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Rolled oats are great for making snacks. 3 recipes off the top of my head:

1. Energy bites:

These are basically fresh granola bars rolled up into a bite-sized ball. They taste awesome & you don't have to bake them. Word of warning, don't eat more than a couple at a time (they are addictive, but the fiber will murder your GI tract lol). They freeze well too! This is the base recipe, which is really good, and then are a million other recipes available (pumpkin pie, Almond Joy, Nutella, etc.):

https://www.gimmesomeoven.com/no-...rgy-bites/


2. Copycat Quaker granola bars:

These taste exactly like Quaker's granola bars, but with only 8 ingredients. Basically toast the oats in the oven for a few minutes, then melt the oil, sugar, and honey together in a pot, then mix everything together, and then spread it out in a pan. Super good:

https://lovelylittlekitchen.com/c...nola-bars/


3. Crispy oat topping:

This is great on yogurt & also ice cream. It's just like the stuff you get in the top lid of a parfait cup. Only you can put on as much as you want. Which is awesome. Plus it's only 3 ingredients and takes just ten minutes to bake:

https://www.rachelcooks.com/2015/...t-topping/
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