Is there a difference between quick oats and old-fashioned oats, healthwise?

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Difference in Quaker's Quick Oats and Old-fashioned Oats?

Oats provide plenty of nutritional benefits in a convenient, whole grain package. Oatmeal consists of oats cooked in some form of liquid until they soften. Eating oatmeal for breakfast or lunch kee... Read More »

How did Quaker Oats get its name?

Akron, Ohio, was the birthplace of Quaker Oats. It began with the founding of German Mills American Cereal Co. by Ferninand Schumacher in 1850. Schumacher was known as "The Oatmeal King."The Quaker... Read More »

Does grinding oats...?

Steel cut oats are the least processed. Everything else tends to be pre-steamed. So definitely go steel cut when possible for the best chance of getting the most nutrition. And yes, you can pre-... Read More »

How to Eat Steel-Cut Oats?

Steel-cut oats, also known as coarse-cut oats, are the whole-grain inner portion of an oat kernel. Rather than being processed with a traditional rolled technique, steel blades chop them into small... Read More »