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I've never tried this brand, we always get Bob's Red Mill. We pay less than this per ounce... How is this that much better?
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I've never tried this brand, we always get Bob's Red Mill. We pay less than this per ounce... How is this that much better?
It is not, that is how.
I have had most every oatmeal out there.
I eat it quite literally every morning.
Bob's Red Mill is HANDS-DOWN the best!
I am pissed that Costco isn't carrying it currently.
Especially since the month they dropped it was when they ran a full page article about Bob and his red mill.

So, keep with Bob and move along.
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It is not, that is how.
I have had most every oatmeal out there.
I eat it quite literally every morning.
Bob's Red Mill is HANDS-DOWN the best!
I am pissed that Costco isn't carrying it currently.
Especially since the month they dropped it was when they ran a full page article about Bob and his red mill.

So, keep with Bob and move along.
I second this. The kind they had at my Costco was organic too. Insanely cheap
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If you do eat real oatmeal daily, then the best deal by far is from Honeyville and their 50lb steel cut bag

http://shop.honeyville.com/steel-cut-oats.html

or if you prefer the oat whole, you can get the whole oats groats
http://shop.honeyville.com/whole-oat-groats.html

I have purchased the 50 pound bag and it is absolutely the best deal you're going to find anywhere,
bar none. Obviously, you have to be a 'dedicated oatmeal person' to eat 50 pounds of this stuff, but
I can tell you, with proper storage, this stuff is good for years and years (for me, it is 5+)

Flat shipping fee for about $5, even if you buy the 50 pounds. Your local UPS delivery man will not like you ordering 50 pounds bag (teehee), but I can tell you shipping these is not an issue.
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It is not, that is how.
I have had most every oatmeal out there.
I eat it quite literally every morning.
Bob's Red Mill is HANDS-DOWN the best!
I am pissed that Costco isn't carrying it currently.
Especially since the month they dropped it was when they ran a full page article about Bob and his red mill.

So, keep with Bob and move along.
That's an opinion and a great many would argue you're wrong. McCann's steel cut oats have a long history of being the best in every chef restauranteur that gives a dam about oatmeal (aside from the obvious price/demand evidence)
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Thank you!

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If you do eat real oatmeal daily, then the best deal by far is from Honeyville and their 50lb steel cut bag

http://shop.honeyville.com/steel-cut-oats.html

or if you prefer the oat whole, you can get the whole oats groats
http://shop.honeyville.com/whole-oat-groats.html

I have purchased the 50 pound bag and it is absolutely the best deal you're going to find anywhere,
bar none. Obviously, you have to be a 'dedicated oatmeal person' to eat 50 pounds of this stuff, but
I can tell you, with proper storage, this stuff is good for years and years (for me, it is 5+)

Flat shipping fee for about $5, even if you buy the 50 pounds. Your local UPS delivery man will not like you ordering 50 pounds bag (teehee), but I can tell you shipping these is not an issue.
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If you do eat real oatmeal daily, then the best deal by far is from Honeyville and their 50lb steel cut bag

http://shop.honeyville.com/steel-cut-oats.html

or if you prefer the oat whole, you can get the whole oats groats
http://shop.honeyville.com/whole-oat-groats.html

I have purchased the 50 pound bag and it is absolutely the best deal you're going to find anywhere,
bar none. Obviously, you have to be a 'dedicated oatmeal person' to eat 50 pounds of this stuff, but
I can tell you, with proper storage, this stuff is good for years and years (for me, it is 5+)

Flat shipping fee for about $5, even if you buy the 50 pounds. Your local UPS delivery man will not like you ordering 50 pounds bag (teehee), but I can tell you shipping these is not an issue.
If you're in southern California, Sprouts runs a half of pantry sale occasionally, and their steel cut oats are less than $1/lb. A few times I've been able to stock up when it was at $0.50/lb.
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Mccann's was previously at our Costco but recently the Bob's Red Mill Organic Quick steel cut oats is back. $7.99 for 7 pounds (Twin Cities). I prefer the Mccan's but the Bob's Costco price is hard to beat.
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I second this. The kind they had at my Costco was organic too. Insanely cheap
I'd buy 5 at a time.
Still ripped through them.
Eating a bowl of Coach's now
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That's an opinion and a great many would argue you're wrong. McCann's steel cut oats have a long history of being the best in every chef restauranteur that gives a dam about oatmeal (aside from the obvious price/demand evidence)
Certainly my opinion.
Have McCann oats ever taken th Golden Spurtle?
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