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How to Grind Oatmeal

by Athena Hessong
Save money and ensure the purity of your own instant oatmeal or oat flour. Instant oatmeal requires the least amount of cooking time, but packaged products can have salt, sugar or artificial flavorings added. Old-fashioned rolled oats are not nearly as convenient, and they require a longer time to c...
Didee Buck
Didee Buck • 1 year ago

Save money and ensure the purity of your own instant oatmeal or oat flour. Instant oatmeal requires the least amount of cooking time, but packaged products can have salt, sugar or artificial flavorings added. Old-fashioned rolled oats are not nearly as convenient, and they require a longer time to cook. With a coffee grinder, blender or food processor, you can turn old-fashioned rolled oats into your own instant oatmeal or oat flour

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