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    Re: Last Post Wins

    I love the steel cut oats but you have to actually cook them instead of just zapping them in the microwave.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Catfan73 View Post
    I love the steel cut oats but you have to actually cook them instead of just zapping them in the microwave.
    They're OK in the microwave, but you have to cook them slow, at a low power setting. Defeats the purpose of the microwave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueboss View Post
    Steel cut oats??


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    Oatmeal, basically, just the type you have to cook instead of instant oatmeal. Pretty bland. I add one tablespoon of cinnamon sugar (20 calories) to one serving of oats (150 calories) and it gives it flavor. Not overwhelming flavor but enough. You won't mistake it for instant brown sugar cinnamon oatmeal. You should add fruit or flaxseed or something to it, but I go with easy and good enough.

    It's a healthier, more fiber, etc. oatmeal. I make more than one serving, put the rest in the refrigerator, THEN use the microwave to reheat it. I find it loses some consistency that way and I either have to add a little water or just eat it like that. I'm not too particular.

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    Never been a fan of oat meal. I don’t really dislike it, it’s just never been that appealing. I’d rather eat an apple or some other fruit with yogurt and maybe granola.


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    I like oatmeal, would do overnight oatmeal and just with salt all the time except for the carbs. I don't need the sugar and stuff in it, but even just the oats is a lot of carbs.
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    They do have a lot of carbs but the steel cut have a lower glycemic index than rolled oats and lower the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
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    I'll be honest. The reason I use the steel cut oats is that they're longer to digest and make me feel full longer on a smaller portion. Anything else is gravy (so to speak). Oh, and I'm big about fiber right now, too, and they're a little better there as well.

    Anything beats the instant oatmeal, though. That was what I had been using. Rolled oats are fine, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catfan73 View Post
    They do have a lot of carbs but the steel cut have a lower glycemic index than rolled oats and lower the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
    They do, and would be my choice. I need to eat some, they also lower bad cholesterol. It's not like i'm staying away from carbs right now anyway.
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    3 days is a long time...


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    Quote Originally Posted by blueboss View Post
    3 days is a long time...


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    Not long enough.

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    Not to a geologist.
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    3 minutes is a long time.

    To some head coaches. Former head coaches.

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    Three minutes is a year's worth of "time" to that particular former head coach.
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    0400


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    This is the kind of day when I step outside and realize there’s more to life than some stupid sport like college basketball. I’ll get over it though and start thinking about who’s going to win the derby or something lol.
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    So you younger folks learn from us veterans and our mistakes:

    When she says she doesn't want anything or want to do anything for Valentine's Day, IGNORE HER.
    All I did was stand up to a long laundry list of people who passed away today who couldn't stand up because what was done was wrong.--RP, 8/26/09

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    Sage advice
    Don't panic

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    For the first time in a long time. 1:54, dang.
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    2:00... of course this damn flu isn’t helping anything


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    In the 70s Monday, 80 yesterday, dropping into the 40s today. As my Mamaw would say, good weather to get sick.

    (Mamaw wasn't necessarily an optimist.)
    All I did was stand up to a long laundry list of people who passed away today who couldn't stand up because what was done was wrong.--RP, 8/26/09

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    Quote Originally Posted by KSRBEvans View Post
    In the 70s Monday, 80 yesterday, dropping into the 40s today. As my Mamaw would say, good weather to get sick.

    (Mamaw wasn't necessarily an optimist.)
    But, she was pretty dang accurate...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBluePappy View Post
    But, she was pretty dang accurate...
    Absolutely. She was sweet, but a hard life gave her a realistic view of things.
    All I did was stand up to a long laundry list of people who passed away today who couldn't stand up because what was done was wrong.--RP, 8/26/09

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