steel cut oats?

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  1. tetaplum

    tetaplum OT Supporter

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    so im brand new to weight lifting and after doing some reading i went out and got some steel cut oats because of their healthy properties. what is the best way to make them? anyone have any good recipes? i tried microwaving them and i just made a mess....not to mention they tasted pretty meh :(
    thnx
     
  2. Jeff Merr

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    :jerkit: buy regular oats and stop worrying about what type they are
     
  3. injection or rubbed by hands on body
     
  4. princess0fdiabl0

    princess0fdiabl0 The Hairy Animal

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    i usually use a blender to make them into a semi fine powder, then add that to my protein shakes.

    As for just the SC oats by themselves, i find a small amount of water, some salt, and a microwave make for a bearable small meal (~3/4 a cup)
     
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    good idea....i should just though out what ive already bought:bigthumb:
     
  6. Gutrat

    Gutrat "GET DOWN..."

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    I eat it every morning with pieces of fruit. I can take it. Now I have to learn to like cottage cheese. :ugh:
     
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    fucking search?
     
  8. SpeedyGST

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    crush to a fine even powder, combine with propylene glycol or grapeseed oil, load 1cc insulin syringe....inject into lagging bodyparts as needed.

    watch that shit grow right before your eyes.
     
  9. N-Word-Jim

    N-Word-Jim Cure for boredom

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    Steel Cut oats take a lot longer to cook than rolled oats, here's what I do...

    1/2 cup of oats with 2 cups water, combine in bowl (or 1/4 cup oats and 1 cup water if you're a lytew8 that can't force down food that isn't mcdonalds).

    stick that shit in the microwave and watch it close, it takes a few minutes but will reach a boil. Once it starts boiling take it out and stir it up. Now stick it in the freezer for 10 minutes and stir it again. The oats should have pretty much absorbed most of the water. Stick it back in the freezer for another 10-15, take it out, stir and eat. After 20-25 minutes it should have cooled off a lot and absorbed all of the water.

    Don't walk away from it while its in the microwave, if it boils over you're going to have a mess.
     
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    Christ....you don't even have to buy a subscription to search this damn forum.
     
  11. Moonwalker

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    read the box, it will tell you how to cook them. i like to mix hot sauce and other spices salt/pepper/old bay etc. in mine
     
  12. Zika

    Zika My avatar is still NOT me

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    Oats, Bowl, Water and plate to cover the bowl and microwave for 3 minutes.

    Works for me :dunno:
     
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    these retards cant even read the stickies, theres no way they are going to search.
     
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    if you don't like needles, than taken as a suppository is the next best method.
     
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    Gastrointestinally.
     
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    Now that IS incorrect. Don't buy quick anything, it makes a huge difference.
     
  17. Opi

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    :eek4: thats really time consuming
     
  18. Drewski

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    quick oats have been processed more to reduce cooking time
     
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    N-Word-Jim Cure for boredom

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    With the time you spend making 120 posts a day on OT you could make oats for every meal.
     
  20. N-Word-Jim

    N-Word-Jim Cure for boredom

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    bingo
     
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    That's exactly what I'm saying.
     
  22. Opi

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    :rofl: *zing* :fawk:
     
  23. N-Word-Jim

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  24. tetaplum

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    man youre a dick...take it easy big fella
     
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    what exactly are so good about steel cut oats? The words "steel cut" ?
     
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