ground oats

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2008/05/17 22:24:28 (permalink)

ground oats

where is the best place to get these. reading thought posts on here a lot of people have these in their diets. whilst i gather MyProtein shock these, im sure there could be a cheaper option. a few mention that ASDA sell some which can be blended well. anyone suggest a specific type, brand name etc to use?

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    RE: ground oats 2008/05/17 23:09:27 (permalink)
    Myprotein do their own oats, but IMO they are far far too expensive.

    tbh mate just get the cheapest oats you can (within reason)- any supermarket oats will be fine.
    Stick them into a blender for 30 seconds, then store them somewhere. You can drink them down pretty easily- some people take 100g at a time, but I prefer 2 lots of 50g in water.

    They are very good for many things, most notably one the best carb sources ever IMO.

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    RE: ground oats 2008/05/18 01:41:18 (permalink)
    I currently use:

    MP Scottish Oats
    Ready Break
    Tesco cheap as chips own branded kak

    and I must admit I prefer the tescos cheap as chips own branded kak, simply because they have NO taste and the flakes are light. They bode well with my choco whey in the morning in my shake.
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    RE: ground oats 2008/05/18 12:12:15 (permalink)
    i used a combo of asda bulk oats (dirt cheap) and mp fine oats.

    mp oats are finely milled and easy to chug down with cold water in a shaker.
    i have the asda bulk oats as porridge.

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