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am i the only one who likes plain oatmeal?
oats, water, boil, done
no milk or fruit or sugary thing, anything, just the oats and the water, they taste pretty good to me that way
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>>15641019
Bit bland innit?
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At least use milk to cook the oats. Most times I will just have plain oats but I cook them with milk.
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>>15641019
I've known a few people who did that. They were all Scottish, though. And they added salt.
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>>15641019
salt, butter and milk. more sustaining that way.
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>>15641019
Try it with sriracha, balsamic cream and chopped fresh herbs next time. And may be nuts for some crunchiness.
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>>15641019
Try it with salt thats the traditional way to have porrige Here in scotland
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>>15641138
Oh someone allready said that
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My daily breakfast as it has been for 25 years:
porridge made in water
a bit of salt
sometimes I add butter, sometimes berries in the summer.
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legit makes me gag, this is some vile stuff. No health benefit can make me stomach this garbage.
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>>15641019
I just add salt and more recently blueberries.
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>>15641019
>>15641236
>>15641351
>>15641583
Based simple pleasures anons.
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I love oats, I can just eat them straight out of the sack I love them that much. But when I have time, I like to cook them slowly in full cream milk with cinnamon, a couple of cloves, a pinch of nutmeg, a spoon of honey, chopped apples and sultanas.
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>>15641019
Does anyone know if blending old fashioned oats increases the glycemic load of them? I buy old fashion because they are slow digesting and healthier then instant oats, but I wanted to add some into my protein shake.
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>Love oats
>Get really bad acne/headaches everytime i eat it
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>>15641019
Yes.
You are the only one in the history of the world who world forsake spice on oatmeal.

Every other human and being of agency would add something to that bland nothing known as soggy oats.

If horses could speak they would add ground beef before eatting that bland nothingness you know as plain oatmeal.
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>>15641351
how much salt for an average bowl like the one in the OP?
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>>15643390
>reddit spacing
>reddit sarcasm
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>>15643390
Reddit
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>>15643435
a small pinch, you'll have to experiment to get it right, anymore and it becomes too salty
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>>15642945
.... blending rolled oats makes quick oates you tard. It's all the same thing
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>>15642837
>eat them straight out of the sack
I can't handle raw oats for some reason they feel like they zucc all moisture from my mouth and it's just a huge chore so I end up having to cook them. Feelsbadman
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>>15643390
>world who world
ehuehuhuhuhuehuehuehue
*deletes u from life*
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>>15641019
That's is and always has been the standard way to eat it in eastern europe, some add salt and a bit of butter
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>>15641351
implying you fat shits don't load it with sugar
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>>15645623
They get all the sugar they need from Buckfast.
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>>15641019
Oats are pretty sweet on their own. I use to blend them up with a little water into a thick paste and make pancakes.



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