Organic Oats Steel Cut 5KG
Demeter Farm Mill
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Organic steel cut oats are made by cutting the whole oat groat (the inside of the oat kernel) with a steel cutter. As they are not rolled, they are raw and packed with the natural nutrients from the wholegrain! Organic steel cut oat kernels are commonly used to make porridge.
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Demeter Farm Mill
CEOATSC2.5
Organic steel cut oats are made by cutting the whole oat groat (the inside of the oat kernel) with a steel cutter. As they are not rolled, they are raw and packed with the natural nutrients from the wholegrain! Organic steel cut oat kernels are commonly used to make porridge.
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Ingredients

Organic steel cut oats

Nutritional Information
Av. Per 100g
Energy (kj)
1602
Protein (g)
10.7
Fat Total (g)
8.5
Fat Saturated (g)
1.5
Carbohydrate (g)
61.8
Sugars (g)
0
Sodium (mg)
3
Serving Size (g)
50
Our organic steel cut oats are a nutritious wholegrain with minimal processing.
Country of Origin
Made in Australia from 100% Australian ingredients
Organic
Organic
Cane Sugar Free
Cane Sugar Free
Dairy Free
Dairy Free
Egg Free
Egg Free
Raw
Raw
Vegan
Vegan
Vegetarian
Vegetarian
Wheat Free
Wheat Free
High Fibre
High Fibre
Low Sodium
Low Sodium
Low Fat
Low Fat
Allergen Advice
Packed and stored in a factory that also handles nuts, seeds, soya, grains, sesame and products containing gluten.
Barcode
9313161001450

Like classic rolled oats, our organic steel cut oat kernels are commonly used to make porridge, but take longer to cook than quick oats or rolled oats due to their minimal processing. Cooking time is typically 15-30 minutes (though much less if pre-soaked). They have a more nutty flavour compared to other types of oats and are also chewier. Steel Cut Oats can be substituted for rice or added to soup for extra nutrition and flavour. The kernels can also be eaten whole in salads.

They are made by cutting the de-husked whole oat groat (the inside of the oat kernel) with a steel cutter. The finished product resembles Kibbled Oats. Because they are not rolled, they are raw and packed with the natural nutrients from the wholegrain.

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Great product. Love them Review by John
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Great product. Love them
(Posted on 10/01/2017)
The Best Porridge in the World Review by Fiona T
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We were introduced to these as "pin oats" when we lived in the Highlands of Scotland. There ensued many healthy recipes made with pin oats for healthy living in remote Scottish communities - oats for fibre in an otherwise low fibre diet. They really do make the best porridge in the world, if you make it low and slow, stirred occasionally while rushing around doing other things in the mornings! Irony: I am now unable to tolerate any grain, legume or seed whatsoever, after waiting for so long to get organic pin oats down under!
(Posted on 10/01/2017)
Best product you can buy Review by Leon
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Out of all the oats I have seen on the market and what my own research has shown me (steel cut is superior to all types of oats), this exact product is the best product possible both health and financial wise. Add some fruits/nuts and just like that you have the best possible breakfast you can have.
(Posted on 10/01/2017)

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Like classic rolled oats, our organic steel cut oat kernels are commonly used to make porridge, but take longer to cook than quick oats or rolled oats due to their minimal processing. Cooking time is typically 15-30 minutes (though much less if pre-soaked). They have a more nutty flavour compared to other types of oats and are also chewier. Steel Cut Oats can be substituted for rice or added to soup for extra nutrition and flavour. The kernels can also be eaten whole in salads.
They are made by cutting the de-husked whole oat groat (the inside of the oat kernel) with a steel cutter. The finished product resembles Kibbled Oats. Because they are not rolled, they are raw and packed with the natural nutrients from the wholegrain.
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