This is not a health blog. Check here for the endless amounts of oatmeal benefits.
It’s funny how I used to view A.M. food as competition for coffee space. Now I wouldn’t know what to do without a trough of it on the passenger side floormat.
Steel cut oats have a whole slew of advantages, the most important of which, they taste absolutely nothing like the stuff that comes in the cardboard tube with the old man on it. They’re actually…awesome.
Here’s the frugal part. If you’re willing to pay what everyone else forks over, the lowest you’ll find in town is $3.20 a pound for a 24 oz. bag of Bob’s Red Mill. This is America, and middle America at that. We should be able to buy it by slow-moving-vehicle. After much Internet scouring, I feel foolish to admit the final stop was the QC’s own Greatest Grains store. For maximum chagrin, say the business name slower.
If you’re willing to buy them in silo-sized amounts, they knock the already attractive $1.49 down to $1.19 per pound. Use that savings to find yourself some big tupperware containers. With 25 pounds of “organic” horse feed in your closet, you’ll need it.