Steel-Cut Oats

Steel-cut oats are whole grain groats (the inner portion of the oat kernel) which have been cut into pieces. They are commonly used in Scotland and Ireland to make porridge, whereas rolled oats are used in England, other English-speaking countries, and Scandinavia.[citation needed] They are sometimes named after the grade of cut, e.g. pinhead oats; steel-cut oats from Ireland are sometimes called Irish oats.
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  • Chobani takes aim at ‘breakfast fatigue’

    Breakfast is no longer the most important meal of the day, and most people settle for a quick (carb-heavy) muffin or bagel and a quick cup of coffee. Chobani is going all out to change that. With its new multi-faceted campaign #stopsadbreakfast, launched to promote Chobani Oats, the Greek yogurt brand is getting in on the oatmeal game with a new breakfast medley that combines ...

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