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    Is it OK to eat Oatmeal 'raw'( without cooking it)?

    I eat a lot of oatmeal and the taste is ok, but after a while it just gets old. Could I just get a scoop from the tube and swallow it with water? Will my body digest it, will I get the same nutrients from it as I would cooking it?
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    I'm going to go out on a limb and answer your questions yes, yes and yes. Cooking it in water just lets it "puff up" with water.

    Sometimes I mix uncooked oats with yogurt, though I get some funny looks at the office for that.
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    quaker and the like are steamed and so already cooked. if you're using steel-cut/Irish oats, it would probably be uncomfortable.
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    8oz fatfree yogurt with 2-3 tblspn raw oats and 2 tblspn nattyPB..this is my morning snack and is darn good sometimes i put a few tblspns rawoats in my cereal or protein shake.

    raw meening steel cut oats? cause thats what im speaking of.
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    I do it all the time, just walk over, pour some good dry oats into my hand... chomp chomp.
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    There is nothing wrong with consuming oats raw. However, I think that it's very possible for them to be passed if you just swallow them without chewing any. I would recommend buying a coffee grinder for $10 from Wal-Mart to grind them up and then mix them with milk or something.
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    Originally Posted by Who? View Post
    I eat a lot of oatmeal and the taste is ok, but after a while it just gets old. Could I just get a scoop from the tube and swallow it with water? Will my body digest it, will I get the same nutrients from it as I would cooking it?
    tried that for the first time myself today and i must say it's a hell of a lot easier than cooking the stuff
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    Originally Posted by JiP View Post
    tried that for the first time myself today and i must say it's a hell of a lot easier than cooking the stuff
    Try Old Fashion with Milk in the morning. I think it taste like cereal (which is my favorite food of all time), without all the added ingredients
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    Try Old Fashion with Milk in the morning. I think it taste like cereal (which is my favorite food of all time), without all the added ingredients
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    Besides oatmeal, one of my favorite protein shakes to eat right now that I'm partially obsessed with now after reading through other people's threads on the forums is:

    1-2 Scoops ON Chocalte Whey Protein + 1/2 cup oats + 1 banana + 8-12 ounces skim milk

    Blend that for about 30-40 seconds on high and you'll have one hell of a good shake. Add peanut butter if you want a thicker consistency or need more calories in your shake. I love eating these PWO. Soooooooooo good.
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    Originally Posted by TheNormalMan View Post
    Besides oatmeal, one of my favorite protein shakes to eat right now that I'm partially obsessed with now after reading through other people's threads on the forums is:

    1-2 Scoops ON Chocalte Whey Protein + 1/2 cup oats + 1 banana + 8-12 ounces skim milk

    Blend that for about 30-40 seconds on high and you'll have one hell of a good shake. Add peanut butter if you want a thicker consistency or need more calories in your shake. I love eating these PWO. Soooooooooo good.
    I'm sure it's been covered before, but would consuming oats PWO slow down digestion/absorbtion of protein?
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    I tried drinking uncooked oats before, for me at least they were hard to get down. I'd reccomend blending them and putting them in with a protein shake.
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    NO to raw oats....?

    I have Quaker's oats, and according to my folks, you can't eat 'em raw... they said if I wanna eat oats without cooking 'em, I gotta buy instant oats or pre-cooked oats...

    does it matter what brand of oats or what kind of oats they are?

    ... or are my folks crazy or something?
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    Cooked oats: delicious and healthy

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    I eat raw oats all the time (when i am not on keto at least lol). They are utterly delicious, I prefer them to cooked
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    Mix .5 cups oats with 2 oz apple juice (that's 1/4 cup, 4 tbsp). Let sit for 15 minutes. Enjoy.

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    NO to raw oats....?

    I have Quaker's oats, and according to my folks, you can't eat 'em raw... they said if I wanna eat oats without cooking 'em, I gotta buy instant oats or pre-cooked oats...

    does it matter what brand of oats or what kind of oats they are?

    ... or are my folks crazy or something?
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    Originally Posted by kidkurious View Post
    I have Quaker's oats, and according to my folks, you can't eat 'em raw... they said if I wanna eat oats without cooking 'em, I gotta buy instant oats or pre-cooked oats...

    does it matter what brand of oats or what kind of oats they are?

    ... or are my folks crazy or something?
    As already mentioned quaker's oats are pre-steamed and good to go. Clearly your parents are crazy, just like the rest of them.

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    Originally Posted by kidkurious View Post

    ... or are my folks crazy or something?
    The answer will always be yes to that one. Parents can be insane.
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    Yeah its true parents cant tell you the most rubbish somtimes about your Nutrition, I eat raw oats every morning I love em
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    Morning / pre-workout protein shakes

    I've been looking for ways of adding GOOD CARBS - ENERGY CARBS to my morning protein shakes. I have THOUGHT about adding some uncooked oats to the blender and seeing if that would work. Now I just might try, after reading most of this thread.
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    If I had a penny every time someone made a thread asking about eating "raw oats".....f*ck!

    Originally Posted by kidkurious View Post
    ... or are my folks crazy or something?
    Yes, your folks just don't have a clue unfortunately.

    Rolled oats aren't raw, they're de-hulled, steamed, flattened & toasted before they leave the factory. So no, you don't have to "warm them up" before eating them.

    Raw oats look like this:



    Then they go through this at the Quaker factory:



    Eventually they come out like this:

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    i usually blend 3/4c "raw" oats, 1scoop protein and enough water to mix. yummy!!!
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    A tip for use in shakes, pre-blend them before blending into shake because it can get clumpy if you don't.
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    tried it for the first time

    raw oats...not bad! a touch dry (obviously)...but simple and tasty. i get bored of the hot stuff.
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    I eat 4 cups raw a day.
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    raw oats...not bad! a touch dry (obviously)...but simple and tasty. i get bored of the hot stuff.
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