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2011/04/03 20:30:55 (permalink)
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oats - best tasting ones and best ones for you?

I am into oats these days and (even though I am on cutting diet, hence I am not eating too many carbs to begin with) most of carbs these days come from oats.
Which ones do you guys prefer in terms of taste? How about best ones for you and best value for money?
The ones I think they taste the best of are sainsburys wholerolled taste the difference ones (1.49 per 750g) and jordans organic ones (normally 1.99 per 750g, tesco had them for a pound a while back).
In terms of better ones for you, I guess oatbran, wheatbran have a higher fibre content (a massive 15g per 100g) and I think they are full of nutrients so they are probably better for you. As a compromise I eat waitrose's essential oats with wheatbran which are actually decent value too.
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    j55ttc
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    Re:oats - best tasting ones and best ones for you? 2011/04/03 21:26:57 (permalink)
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    I buy morrisons own. A 2 kg bag is £1.89

    2 scoops oats, 1 scoop peanutbutter, 1 scoop whey.
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    Re:oats - best tasting ones and best ones for you? 2011/04/03 21:29:35 (permalink)
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    j55ttc

    I buy morrisons own. A 2 kg bag is £1.89

    2 scoops oats, 1 scoop peanutbutter, 1 scoop whey.

    You blend that all up bud?
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    Re:oats - best tasting ones and best ones for you? 2011/04/03 22:32:13 (permalink)
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    i tend to get morrisons or sainsburys own brand stuff, taste is all much of a muchness imo.
     



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    Re:oats - best tasting ones and best ones for you? 2011/04/03 23:04:52 (permalink)
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    id imagine there wouldnt be much difference in taste between suppliers but i allways put a scoop of protein in mine so dont really fully taste the oats.
    id just buy the best value one and put in a scoop of protein and youll not really need to worry about the taste of the oats
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    Re:oats - best tasting ones and best ones for you? 2011/04/04 00:05:50 (permalink)
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    i buy tescos own in the blue bag, tasteless in a shake
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    Re:oats - best tasting ones and best ones for you? 2011/04/04 11:18:40 (permalink)
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    Scotts Porridge Oats, hands down the best tasting. I've tried most brands out there and they are my favourite. Creamy, nutty taste, they're delish!

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    Re:oats - best tasting ones and best ones for you? 2011/04/04 20:09:22 (permalink)
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    tescos own here! sorry if this is ot but how can i combine a portion of oats with a savoury meal like fish or chicken without ending up with fishy/meaty porridge as the result?!
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    Re:oats - best tasting ones and best ones for you? 2011/04/04 21:28:11 (permalink)
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    Dr Pepper

    Scotts Porridge Oats, hands down the best tasting. I've tried most brands out there and they are my favourite. Creamy, nutty taste, they're delish!

     
    Same here, always got a box of scotts.
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    Re:oats - best tasting ones and best ones for you? 2011/04/04 21:29:21 (permalink)
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    bombshop

    tescos own here! sorry if this is ot but how can i combine a portion of oats with a savoury meal like fish or chicken without ending up with fishy/meaty porridge as the result?!

    Er... eating them seperately..........im serious 

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    Re:oats - best tasting ones and best ones for you? 2011/04/04 21:31:22 (permalink)
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    I just buy Tesco cheap value ones and they are fine. I usually add some honey and cocoa powder but am getting some flavoured whey isolate this week, so will try mixing that in without the cocoa powder and perhaps honey.
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    Re:oats - best tasting ones and best ones for you? 2011/04/04 22:30:54 (permalink)
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    Scots oats or quaker depending on what shop I walk past.
     
    Easier than buying a tub!
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    Re:oats - best tasting ones and best ones for you? 2011/04/04 23:00:00 (permalink)
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    quaker oats qith a little golden syrup wen not cutting

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    Re:oats - best tasting ones and best ones for you? 2011/04/05 08:27:00 (permalink)
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    i get instant oats powder from myprotein and mix it with with whey, think its about £2.50 for a bag.
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    Re:oats - best tasting ones and best ones for you? 2011/04/05 12:00:15 (permalink)
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    Fine readybrekk
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    Re:oats - best tasting ones and best ones for you? 2011/04/05 12:42:02 (permalink)
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    Usually 'own brand' oats with sweetener and peanut butter. Nothing too special. I can't really taste the difference between types of oats to be honest, especially after I've added additional ingredients to it.
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    Re:oats - best tasting ones and best ones for you? 2011/04/05 13:55:17 (permalink)
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    Pressit 

    j55ttc

    I buy morrisons own. A 2 kg bag is £1.89

    2 scoops oats, 1 scoop peanutbutter, 1 scoop whey.

    You blend that all up bud?

    Yeah I blend it all up with 350ml water
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    Re:oats - best tasting ones and best ones for you? 2011/04/05 15:44:17 (permalink)
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    Tesco value oats - 75p for 1kg
     
    I only use them in my homemade shakes so oats is oats to me

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    Re:oats - best tasting ones and best ones for you? 2011/04/05 15:48:26 (permalink)
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    Morrisons own brand for me, mixed with water & a t spoon of organic honey.
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    Re:oats - best tasting ones and best ones for you? 2011/04/05 18:01:21 (permalink)
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    Asda,s ready oats, there pretty fine put then straight in my shaker with whey and water......delicious!
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