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    While I eat Oats, it's never been something I've seriously looked into..

    So do any of you live and die by certain brands of oats?

    Or only desire certain ingredients? (Or lack of?)

    I'm interested .
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    Sainsburys

    Taste the difference

    awesome stuff
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    (Original post by Adonis)
    Sainsburys

    Taste the difference

    awesome stuff
    Hey Adonis, d'ya buy in bulk? Or just small packets or w/e. What's the cost like? Ta.
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    Quaker
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    Jumbo elephant oats, nice and creamy
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    Sainsburys regular Oats for porridge

    MP ultra fine oats for shakes
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    (Original post by Colesy)
    Hey Adonis, d'ya buy in bulk? Or just small packets or w/e. What's the cost like? Ta.
    It's 89p for 750g

    which is expensive for oats, considering you could get 1.5kg for that price

    but you are only talking a few pence a serving here

    I just prefer the taste of these since I make mine with water
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    I eat any type of oats- ASDA and Tesco's value are cheap, and for me, when you have them with milk (for calcium), they taste absolutely fine.
    I think they work out quite a cheap breakfast, filling and nutritious, so I'd say go for it.
    I used to only have microwave packages (the quaker ones) but now I just do it in a saucepan, I think I just used those as a stepping stone :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by ChicaBonita)
    I eat any type of oats- ASDA and Tesco's value are cheap, and for me, when you have them with milk (for calcium), they taste absolutely fine.
    I think they work out quite a cheap breakfast, filling and nutritious, so I'd say go for it.
    I used to only have microwave packages (the quaker ones) but now I just do it in a saucepan, I think I just used those as a stepping stone :rolleyes:
    Gateway oats.
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    (Original post by walrusgod)
    Gateway oats.
    Haha, as it were :p:
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    (Original post by ChicaBonita)
    I eat any type of oats- ASDA and Tesco's value are cheap, and for me, when you have them with milk (for calcium), they taste absolutely fine.
    I think they work out quite a cheap breakfast, filling and nutritious, so I'd say go for it.
    I used to only have microwave packages (the quaker ones) but now I just do it in a saucepan, I think I just used those as a stepping stone :rolleyes:
    Ta miss.

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    Sainsburys regular Oats for porridge

    MP ultra fine oats for shakes
    Sounds convienient. How much are these?
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    Bit more expensive than in the supermarket. For me its worth it, they last ages and when I blend regular oats I end up choking on them. But there £2.49/Kg

    http://www.myprotein.co.uk/bulk-powd...scottish-oats/

    Bit cheaper If you buy in bulk.
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    (Original post by Bebbs)
    Bit more expensive than in the supermarket. For me its worth it, they last ages and when I blend regular oats I end up choking on them. But there £2.49/Kg

    http://www.myprotein.co.uk/bulk-powd...scottish-oats/

    Bit cheaper If you buy in bulk.
    Ta for link I appreciate it.

    Lol it's not my first order from MP unfortunately for you though .
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    (Original post by Bebbs)
    Sainsburys regular Oats for porridge

    MP ultra fine oats for shakes
    I just grind a mix of oats and nuts in the blender for shakes - it also makes super creamy porridge!
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    I think i must just have a ****ty blender, I tried making shakes with regular oats before and it was like swallowing gravel.
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    (Original post by Colesy)
    While I eat Oats, it's never been something I've seriously looked into..

    So do any of you live and die by certain brands of oats?

    Or only desire certain ingredients? (Or lack of?)

    I'm interested .

    I initially wanted to know what 'rolled' oats were, so bought Scotts, Quakers and of course the supermarket cheapo, and they all looked the same. I say looked..i dunno.
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    Waitrose jumbo organic oats.
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    oat bars are quick and easy
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    Quaker. Largely because I think the packaging looks cool and it says 'Good Morning' on the side, which is nice. Meaty justification there.
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    Oats are oats to me. I do however prefer Sainsburys big 1.5KG bags, purely because the bag stands up so you don't need a storage device!
 
 
 
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