Steel Cut Oats CASE
Item Number: 007-360-0391
Honeyville's Steel Cut Oats have been carefully selected from premium milling quality oats. Steel cut oats are really the best of the best when it come to getting the most out of a whole grain oat. Of all of the varieties of oats on the market (rolled oats, instant oats, quick oats, etc.), steel cut oats are the best choice. Steel cut oats maintain all of the nutrients from the whole grain oat as they are simply whole oat groats that have been cut into small pieces. Steel Cut Oats are a rich source of soluble fiber, protein, and vitamins, as well as other nutrients like selenium, thiamin, phosphorous, and manganese. Honeyville Steel Cut Oats are an ideal product for long term food storage and emergency preparedness.
Shelf-Life: Steel Cut Oats will store for 10 to 15 years in a sealed #10 can (oxygen absorber included) under ideal storage conditions (cool, dry place). Once
opened, it has an average shelf life of 6 to 12 months.
Instructions: For hot cereal, add 1 part oats to 6 parts boiling water. Reduce heat to medium and continue cooking for up to 45 minutes stirring occasionally. In the final 15 minutes, reduce heat to low and stir as needed.
Uses: Steel Cut Oats can be used as a delicious hot cereal, or as a healthy and flavorful ingredient in oatmeal cookies, multi-grain breads, rolls and more
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Packaging: Steel Cut Oats are sealed air tight in a #10 can and weighs approximately 4.5 pounds. A case contains 6 #10 cans and weighs 27 pounds. Each can contains 49 servings. One serving size is ¼ cup.
Ingredients: Whole Grain Oats.
Allergen information: This product is produced on equipment that processes products containing soy, wheat, egg, peanut, and tree nuts.
3/30/2011 3:41 PM
These oats are the best I've ever had, they taste so good and they are whole so they still have all the nutrients in them. I let mine soak over night in 4 parts water and just heat them in the microwave and they are ready to go. I don't add anything to mine because I prefer the natural taste.
Best of Oats
2/5/2011 12:28 PM
I've tried a number of steel cut oats and have found nothing that tastes better then these...(NOTHING) I don't know how or why. You would think that an Oat was an oat. I was reading a favorite recipe from the site and decide I would add one.
I make enough oats to last four servings. Boiling as directed but I add one ounce per serving of crushed or ground almonds I make in my grinder. The fat in the almonds really smooth's out the Oats while giving them a nice crunch. Store the rest in your Frig and microwave the portions as needed. Blueberries always good to add. Love these oats.
Best price and taste
6/12/2010 1:25 AM
These have a very nutty flavor and texture. Quaker oats tastes absolutely awful after you've tried Honeyville steel cut oats. I cook mine in the crockpot on high for 65 minutes, usually half a can at a time and then put it in the fridge and eat on it for the rest of the week. I'm a competitive cyclist so I eat a lot of this stuff as it has a lower glycemic index and is good for keeping me lean. I add some almond milk and various types of berries to make it perfect.
3/18/2010 10:01 AM
This is a staple food at our house. We eat it every morning for breakfast. It is every bit as good as the Scottish imported oats and comes in metal containers just like the Scottish oats, but costs less and is a domestic product. We buy it 5 cases at a time, to get the quantity discount. The shelf life is such that it makes a good emergency stock as well as a staple food. I am a little confused because the old cans said it has a shelf life of 10 - 20 years and the new cans say only 7 - 10 years. I am sure we will not keep it around that long, but I wonder if the processing changed or only the label. The new can last night had a lovely aroma of oats when I opened it.
Our breakfast recipe is:
1/2 cup oats
2 cups water
10 prunes cut up with kitchen shears
vanilla and/or cinnamon as flavorings
Leave overnight in pot covered with lid. In the morning, cook for 20 minutes over low heat.
Note: The new cans says 6 water to 1 oats as opposed to 4 water to 1 oats on the old cans. I opened our first new can last night and it seemed about the same this morning although I did forget to time it properly so I won't know for sure until tomorrow. If your oats come out too watery at 6 to 1, try 4 to 1.
Great product, great value
2/18/2010 12:40 PM
We've always preferred steel-cut oats, so it was fabulous to find an excellent product from Honeyville Farms. The taste is fresher than anything else we've tried and it's a real value. We highly recommend it.