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Bakery On Main Gluten-Free, Non-GMO Happy Oats, Steel Cut, 7.5 Pound Bulk Bag @ 11.47 AC:
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  • Contains 1 - 7.5 pound bulk bag
  • Enjoy Happy Steel Cut Oats for breakfast or use them to add some texture to your cooking
  • Free of preservatives; Provide a good source of protein and fiber
  • Gluten-free and dairy-free; Great to buy in bulk for restaurants and foodservice facilities
  • Non-GMO Project Verified, Vegan, OU Kosher
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Steel cut will have more "tooth" to it. Or requires longer cooking than rolled (unless you buy the quick cook variety), but it is not as slimy/mushy as rolled, so I only go steel cut. You can reduce the cook time (and make it softer) by soaking it in water over night.
We always add hemp hearts and ground flax seed to ours (instead of protein powder to increase protein and also add extra fiber and Omega fatty acids).
A favorite of mine on recovery days is to add 2 over easy eggs and 2 strips of thin cut bacon right on top of the bowl... Must try imo!
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There are no GMO oats. Oats are naturally gluten free.

But unless we emphasize on "gluten-free" and "non-GMO", people are not attracted to them.

Enjoy the new world.
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Yep. I've noticed that foods geared towards health are expensive. As someone on a fixed income that went on a mostly whole food plant based diet at the beginning of the year it can be difficult. Our government is subsidizing the foods that are causing are massive health problems. It's insanity.

On a side note. I eat 1/2 cup of overnight oats with1tbs ground flax seed and 1/2 smashed banana and 1/2cup frozen berries every day. I tried adding 1 tsp of chia seeds and I really liked it Smilie.
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This is my first time with this brand, I usually buy Bob's Red Mill, but the price increased so I was looking at alternatives/best value and found this.
it's a great price/ounce, checks off all the boxes for me, so I'm giving it a go!
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This is my first time with this brand, I usually buy Bob's Red Mill, but the price increased so I was looking at alternatives/best value and found this.
it's a great price/ounce, checks off all the boxes for me, so I'm giving it a go!
Thanks OP, repped. Remind me the difference between steel cut and rolled? I typically order Bob's as well when on sale.
I mix with protein powder and hot water in morning for breakfast. Don't recall which i had in past that was really crunchy. Editable but hard on teeth.
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There are no GMO oats. Oats are naturally gluten free.

But unless we emphasize on "gluten-free" and "non-GMO", people are not attracted to them.

Enjoy the new world.
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As a comparison I bought 42 ounce (2lb. 10oz.) great value old fashioned oats for $2.48. If my math is correct the GV are way cheaper per ounce. 0.059 versus 0.095 per ounce. I realize this is an apples and oranges comparison. Just posting for those on a budget like me. I want to try steel cut but if I can get the same nutrition with old fashioned oats I'll stick with them. I can spend the extra on flax and chia seeds.
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Thanks OP, repped. Remind me the difference between steel cut and rolled? I typically order Bob's as well when on sale.
I mix with protein powder and hot water in morning for breakfast. Don't recall which i had in past that was really crunchy. Editable but hard on teeth.
Steel cut will have more "tooth" to it. Or requires longer cooking than rolled (unless you buy the quick cook variety), but it is not as slimy/mushy as rolled, so I only go steel cut. You can reduce the cook time (and make it softer) by soaking it in water over night.
We always add hemp hearts and ground flax seed to ours (instead of protein powder to increase protein and also add extra fiber and Omega fatty acids).
A favorite of mine on recovery days is to add 2 over easy eggs and 2 strips of thin cut bacon right on top of the bowl... Must try imo!
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There are no GMO oats. Oats are naturally gluten free.

But unless we emphasize on "gluten-free" and "non-GMO", people are not attracted to them.

Enjoy the new world.
Right? I felt odd posting that part, but it's what is in the product title on Amazon
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As a comparison I bought 42 ounce (2lb. 10oz.) great value old fashioned oats for $2.48. If my math is correct the GV are way cheaper per ounce. 0.059 versus 0.095 per ounce. I realize this is an apples and oranges comparison. Just posting for those on a budget like me. I want to try steel cut but if I can get the same nutrition with old fashioned oats I'll stick with them. I can spend the extra on flax and chia seeds.
Rolled are almost always far cheaper... Often times half the price even for the quality brands.
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Rolled are almost always far cheaper... Often times half the price even for the quality brands.
Yep. I've noticed that foods geared towards health are expensive. As someone on a fixed income that went on a mostly whole food plant based diet at the beginning of the year it can be difficult. Our government is subsidizing the foods that are causing are massive health problems. It's insanity.

On a side note. I eat 1/2 cup of overnight oats with1tbs ground flax seed and 1/2 smashed banana and 1/2cup frozen berries every day. I tried adding 1 tsp of chia seeds and I really liked it Smilie.
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Yep. I've noticed that foods geared towards health are expensive. As someone on a fixed income that went on a mostly whole food plant based diet at the beginning of the year it can be difficult. Our government is subsidizing the foods that are causing are massive health problems. It's insanity.

On a side note. I eat 1/2 cup of overnight oats with1tbs ground flax seed and 1/2 smashed banana and 1/2cup frozen berries every day. I tried adding 1 tsp of chia seeds and I really liked it Smilie.
I used to make something similar, I agree, chia seeds are a great add (although they tend to clump sometimes, but still really good). Mangos also a great add.
And if you haven't tried it, you should really try hemp hearts as well, adds even more nutty flavor.
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I used to make something similar, I agree, chia seeds are a great add (although they tend to clump sometimes, but still really good). Mangos also a great add.
And if you haven't tried it, you should really try hemp hearts as well, adds even more nutty flavor.
I tried mangos for the first time a couple of months ago and they were tasty. I've also been meaning to try hemp hearts if I can ever find them on sale.
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I tried mangos for the first time a couple of months ago and they were tasty. I've also been meaning to try hemp hearts if I can ever find them on sale.
I just added this to my monthly subscription. Not the cheapest I've ever found, but a great deal: Manitoba Harvest Hemp Pro 50 Protein Supplement, 32 Ounce https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005VUH...IAbYH7QF26

Also a good deal on ground flax: Premium Gold Ground Flax Seed | High Fiber Food | Omega 3 | 40oz 6pk https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001ACT...IAbYSBR9A6
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Are these comparable to Bob Red Mill's "Quick Cooking Oats" style in the package?
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