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    Is this healthier?






    Eating oatmeal right from the box? ... like eating a serving size right out of the box with you spoon.

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    No, not at all. Old Fashioned Rolled Oats is healthy or Scottish Oats. Never those boxed oatmeal crap. That's over processed and full of sugar.



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    Your eating it dry?

    As Jodi said, Old fashioned(large flake) or scoottish are MUCH better for you.
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    Well what about quaker oatmeal, made with 100% whole oats and no sugar added. I compared the nutriton between old fashioned rolled oats and quaker's and there was no difference

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    yeah exactly....but the quanker oatmeal i have has 1gram of sugar

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    and the rolled oats has about .5 grams of sugar...more than likely quaker just rounded it to the nearest digit, it probably has like .7 or so

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    Are you talking about just not cooking the oats?
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    exactly .. just eating it like how it comes..

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    eww that nasty lol, I'm pretty sure there'd be no difference beside taste, so if you like it dry, eat it dry if not then pour some milk/water in and nuke it.

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