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I love the cook ahead/Freeze/thaw/heat concept for food, but I'm curious if pre-cooked steel-cut oats (note: the hourlong-cooktime kind) freeze well? I'd rather heat up a batch of Irish oats with fruit, cream and nuts already in, than the instant kind.
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thats what I did for breakfast , I had it in vac u seal bags. I would boil it for about 15 min. and then add maple syrup and some milk. tasted good. Also it was the long cook kind , dont like the instant stuff , to much sugar.
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Backpacking I would get the 5-minute oats, add dark brown sugar, fresh ground nutmeg, raisins, peanut butter, water, stir into cookie-dough consistency and add fresh fruit (peaches, bananas, blueberries, banana).
Awesome! Thanks! That answers my question perfectly.tatonka wrote:thats what I did for breakfast , I had it in vac u seal bags. I would boil it for about 15 min. and then add maple syrup and some milk. tasted good. Also it was the long cook kind , dont like the instant stuff , to much sugar.