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    calories in 1 cup of raw oats

    Regular, raw outs. how many cals are in 1 cup?
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    around 300 I do believe
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    Originally Posted by bigcalves

    nooo no no..can't be. Maybe that's cooked. I just looked at the back of my quaker oats bag and it says 150 cals per 1/2 cup dry
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    Originally Posted by bigcalves

    No it's 300. Trust me. If it's rolled oats anyway. And it also says it has 26g of protein. Ha. That's why I hate that place. Go to fitday.com and see the REAL amount.
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    Originally Posted by bigcalves
    steel cut oats
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    theres 3 more sites that had the same amount
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    Gotta be for steel cut like Alex said. They are almost twice as calorically dense as rolled oats per same volume.
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    Raw oats, 600 calories (they are pretty dense). Think of a cup of any whole grain, it's pretty heavy compared to oatmeal.

    Dry rolled oats (with the outside layer milled off), about 300 per cup. If you look at the actual weight, which is listed after the 1 cup volume, you can see that a cup of oatmeal weighs about half as much as a cup of raw grain, so it makes sense.

    http://www.nutritiondata.com/facts-B00001-01c20Pl.html
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    Originally Posted by PeteB
    Raw oats, 600 calories (they are pretty dense). Think of a cup of any whole grain, it's pretty heavy compared to oatmeal.

    Dry rolled oats (with the outside layer milled off), about 300 per cup. If you look at the actual weight, which is listed after the 1 cup volume, you can see that a cup of oatmeal weighs about half as much as a cup of raw grain, so it makes sense.

    http://www.nutritiondata.com/facts-B00001-01c20Pl.html

    ah I see. Well who in the hell buys oats that haven't been milled? I've never even seen those before
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    Rolled= 150 per 1/2 cup, 300 per cup

    Steel cut= 150 1/4 cup, 600 per cup

    All dry.
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    www.fitday.com
    lots of nutrion info there, good way to keep track of how many cal. your getting too.

    WTF is the difference between rolled & steel cut oats? I use raw quaker oats, I'm assuming that's rolled since they're 300cal/cup
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    bro i dont know if u guys have a bulk nutrition store ( i go to bulk barn) anyways if u go there and buy ur oats u can prob get twice the amount then what ur buying store bought quaker. my opinion.
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    Originally Posted by B_Master_Flash
    WTF is the difference between rolled & steel cut oats? I use raw quaker oats, I'm assuming that's rolled since they're 300cal/cup
    Steel cut is whole oats, chopped up.

    Rolled oats have the outer layer (and a lot of fiber) milled off so they do not offend the average person by being too crunchy, then steamed and flattened to be more fluffy.

    Another reason for separating the outer layer from the inside of the grain is b/c they can be sold separately for more $$ as rolled oats and oat bran...

    more than you ever wanted to know about oats:

    http://www.johnberardi.com/articles/...ry_of_oats.htm
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    Originally Posted by Adamb83
    Rolled= 150 per 1/2 cup, 300 per cup

    Steel cut= 150 1/4 cup, 600 per cup

    All dry.
    Rolled for me (dry) is 150 per 1/3 cup, so 450 per cup. The oats I have are "Robin Hood" (It's the company that makes all purpose flour ect.)
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