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Old 05-06-2009, 01:42 PM   #1
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Thick cut oats

I bought these to make the lactation cookies to up my supply, and now I have a lot of them...what else can I make? Can I just use them in place of other oats for like granola and stuff? Thanks!

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Re: Thick cut oats

Are they steel cut oats?
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I was going to ask the same as the pp -- are they steel cut/irish oats or are they thick cut old fashioned rolled oats?
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Re: Thick cut oats

Nope, they just say thick cut oats
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Re: Thick cut oats

You can just use them in place of oats in anything... they're just rolled oats that weren't rolled quite so thin. I like 'em better cos they have more texture and don't go all mushy so fast when you cook them. Remember that when you use them in place of, say, quick oats, because they'll have more tooth to them. You probably won't notice as much if you use them in place of old fashioned oats.

ETA: You can also grind them to a powder in a dry blender, and use that in place of a small portion of flour in your recipes, too. HTH

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