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    Don't be fooled by that "Quick 1-minute" Oatmeal, it says "Whole Grain", but it's chopped up to quick cooker and ends up mushy. "Old Fashioned" is what you want, the whole oats have better texture and flavor. Brown sugar also helps. This has been an Oatmeal Public Service Announcement (OPSA).

    kellypuffs, Borrowed Periscope, and 12 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. scottpartee 101 months ago | reply

      Have you tried the really expensive steel cut oatmeal from Ireland? Goooooood stuff. You can get it at Whole Foods. It takes forever to cook, though.

    2. nate steiner 101 months ago | reply

      I have not! That sounds great, I'll have to try that.

    3. huphtur 100 months ago | reply

      Oh man that looks good. I personally like to throw in a banana as well.

    4. Alyssa Ferrer 100 months ago | reply

      This looks fantastic! My mouth is watering!

      Please join my group by adding this to Great Grains!

    5. nate steiner 100 months ago | reply

      Thanks! Added to group.

    6. dreamymo 100 months ago | reply

      this is great thanks for sharing this with us-- would you consider adding this picture to the LIVE THE CHANGE group (www.flickr.com/groups/livethechange) - incorporating more whole grains is definitely part of living the change

    7. nate steiner 100 months ago | reply

      Added! - although I have to admit, "live the change" creeps me out as a phrase.

    8. mrsbrewer 96 months ago | reply

      I like this picture so much that I'm using it in today's blog post. Thanks so much for adding the creative commons license!

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    9. nate steiner 96 months ago | reply

      Awesome! You're welcome.

    10. oakling 83 months ago | reply

      I have to thank you for using the cc license too! I found this by searching for oatmeal pictures that people could use commercially; I am using it to decorate this week's oatmeal recipe for my new business! I hope that is okay. If you were charging people to use it commercially, how much would you charge?

    11. nate steiner 83 months ago | reply

      Feel free to use it for free oakling - I only ask for payment on rights-reserved usage.

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