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Raw Oats

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2009/07/13 20:43:20 (permalink)

Raw Oats

I eat raw oats with water.
How do you eat your oats?
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    *The_West*
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    Re:Raw Oats 2009/07/13 21:04:38 (permalink)
    ground and blended into homemade shakes.

    calm down, its life, mate, its only a game
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    Re:Raw Oats 2009/07/13 21:14:34 (permalink)
    +1 for ground and blended into homemade shakes
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    Re:Raw Oats 2009/07/13 21:21:38 (permalink)
    Water and a scoop of Whey
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    Re:Raw Oats 2009/07/13 21:25:30 (permalink)
    blended up and in a shake! or microwave porridge with water! best meal of the day!
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    Re:Raw Oats 2009/07/13 21:27:12 (permalink)
    Always have my oats blended in water, then use any of these to suit diet and taste..

    Can add
    Protein powder
    Nuts
    Seeds
    Pretty much any fruit
    Probiotic drink
    List is pretty endless

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    Re:Raw Oats 2009/07/13 21:49:24 (permalink)
    with 6 egg whites, 50gs of 90+, and 3/4 pint of semi-skimmed milk, all into the blender, one in the morning, and one before bed.
    post edited by lonestar - 2009/07/13 21:50:33
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    Re:Raw Oats 2009/07/14 12:13:26 (permalink)
    in a bowl with some grapes, sliced bananna,semi skimed milk and honey drizzeled over them, lovely
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    Re:Raw Oats 2009/07/14 13:12:09 (permalink)
    mixed into scrambled eggs. Sounds horrible but it is actually really nice!
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    Re:Raw Oats 2009/07/14 14:00:28 (permalink)
    I have been eating oats with boiled water + 1wallnut for a while - tastes vile! I have to force it down tbh....

    Sorry for thread jack, but:

    60g for me is more than enough, the nutritional values:
    Protein: 6.6g
    Carbs: 36g
    Fat: 4.8g
    Fibre: 5.4g

    Is it worth carrying on eating this? Its high in carbs and the only reason i can see for carrying on is because it leaves me feeling fuller for longer, but the nutrional values aren't 'amazing'. And without i would be getting very little carbs from my eggs.

    THE_MANN

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    Re:Raw Oats 2009/07/14 14:27:10 (permalink)
    100g Raw with Semi-Skimmed Milk and Honey

    Gonna reduce to 50/60g now as part of my low carb plan
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    Re:Raw Oats 2009/07/14 14:32:28 (permalink)
    THE_MANN

    I have been eating oats with boiled water + 1wallnut for a while - tastes vile! I have to force it down tbh....

    Sorry for thread jack, but:

    60g for me is more than enough, the nutritional values:
    Protein: 6.6g
    Carbs: 36g
    Fat: 4.8g
    Fibre: 5.4g

    Is it worth carrying on eating this? Its high in carbs and the only reason i can see for carrying on is because it leaves me feeling fuller for longer, but the nutrional values aren't 'amazing'. And without i would be getting very little carbs from my eggs.

    THE_MANN


    Why are you eating it like that if it tastes vile? Eat something you enjoy. Unless you are cycling carbs then keep carbs in for breakfast.
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    Re:Raw Oats 2009/07/14 21:30:36 (permalink)
    cuprager

    mixed into scrambled eggs. Sounds horrible but it is actually really nice!


    ah, the 'big ronnie' breakfast
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