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little tree

a perfect article - succinct and informative - relating to the practical and the aesthetic - both scientific and basic - thank you

little tree

a perfect article - succinct and informative - relating to the practical and the aesthetic - both scientific and basic - thank you

Rebeca

The blurb for the recipe link to the steel cut oats mentioned how they can take so long to cook. Using a slow cooker as the recipe indicates can make things easier, but even faster, healthier and energy efficient is to soak your steel cut oats overnight on the stove. Mix equal parts oats and warm water in your cooking pot. Optionally you can add 2 Tbsp/cup of oats of whey, kefir, buttermilk or yogurt to this mix. Soak overnight. In the morning add another equal part of water and cook for just 5 minutes! Delicious, nutritious, speedy and sooo easy.

Jill

I like oatmeal, but haven't eaten it in quite a while...seeing that picture makes me hungry for some!

Duffy

Oatmeal is good, I also like Malto Meal.

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