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Kroger New Customers: 24oz Bob's Red Mill Organic Steel Cut Oats $1.38 & More + Free S&H

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Kroger are now offering 20% off various Bob's Red Mill Products plus 15% off and Free Shipping with code SHIP15 (for New Users)

24oz Bob's Red Mill Organic Steel Cut Oats [kroger.com] $1.38
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Can you make overnight oats or cook these in the microwave like old fashioned oats? I've been wanting to try steel cut oats for a while now.

Edit: In for 15. Thanks for sharing Smilie
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Can you make overnight oats or cook these in the microwave like old fashioned oats? I've been wanting to try steel cut oats for a while now.

Edit: In for 15. Thanks for sharing Smilie
I was researching an answer for you, I guess u found one, great
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I was researching an answer for you, I guess u found one, great
I bought them without looking into it but I'm sure it's possible.

Great deal by the way. I can't believe this isn't front page. It blows away walmart's price and the organic ones you linked to is the same price per ounce as the 54oz non-organic at krogers.
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Great deals. Thanks, OP.

N.B. I was able to sign in with my existing Ralph's account. My guess is that other grocery stores in the Kroger chain, if you already have an account will allow you to sign into Kroger.com with the same log-in info.
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As someone who eats a lot of oatmeal, I've never found the time/taste trade-off of steel cut oats to be worth it.

I go with one-minute oats. Sure steel cut oats taste way better, but if I had 30 minutes, I wouldn't be eating oatmeal.
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As someone who eats a lot of oatmeal, I've never found the time/taste trade-off of steel cut oats to be worth it.

I go with one-minute oats. Sure steel cut oats taste way better, but if I had 30 minutes, I wouldn't be eating oatmeal.
7 minutes for the quick version ?


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As someone who eats a lot of oatmeal, I've never found the time/taste trade-off of steel cut oats to be worth it.

I go with one-minute oats. Sure steel cut oats taste way better, but if I had 30 minutes, I wouldn't be eating oatmeal.
Make up three or four batches using the overnight method which could not be easier, save each serving in tupperware in the fridge, and you have delish dish all week simply heating the premade steel cut. Even quicker than quick oats.

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Easy way to prepare: boil 3 cups of water, put in some salt, when boiling stir in 1 cup steel cut oats. Turn off heat, put lid on pot, go to bed.
Next morning divide the stuff into tupperware, refrigerate and enjoy at your own leisure after a few mins in the microwave.
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Make up three or four batches using the overnight method which could not be easier, save each serving in tupperware in the fridge, and you have delish dish all week simply heating the premade steel cut. Even quicker than quick oats.

This is what i do with my Instant Pot. I make about 7 servings and then reheat a single portion in the microwave each morning.
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