Fresh and loaded with natural oils, these new-crop oats are so moist they must first be toasted to be hulled. Besides reducing cooking time, toasting produces a burst of caramel alongside a light, clean backdrop of fresh oat flavor. Gluten Free.
UPDATED Directions:(For more consistent results, please use this updated recipe.) Place 1 cup of oats and scant teaspoon of salt in a medium heavy-bottomed saucepan and pour 3 cups of water over them. Stir once. Allow the oats to settle a full minute, tilt the pan, and skim off and discard the chaff and hulls. Allow to soak at room temperature overnight (approximately 6-8 hours). Place the saucepan over low heat. Cover partially and bring the oats to a drowsy simmer without stirring. Continue to simmer over the lowest possible heat, stirring only once or twice, until the oats thicken, about 20 minutes. Remove the pan from the heat, cover, and let rest for 3 minutes. Serve the oatmeal hot with butter, nuts, fruit, maple syrup, cream, and other additions.
Refrigerate Upon Receipt. Unopened packages stored at room temperature remain fresh for 2-3 weeks.
Tips and uses: With a sweet and nutty aroma that will take you off your feet the first time you cook them, these oats can be the centerpiece of your diet. Though welcomed any time of day, oatmeal made from these oats will make mornings better. However, ground fine with added yogurt for pancakes or used in cookies, they’ll also bring to life to your gluten-free baked goods.
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Ingredients: Heirloom variety, organic 18th Century Stone Cut Oats. Nothing else.