I'm trying to figure if the steel cut measurement is cooked or uncooked.
On the www.calorieking.com database it says:
Breakfast Cereals, Ready to Eat: Irish Oatmeal, Steel Cut
Breakfast CEreals, Cooked: Steel Cut Oats
Both measurement are pretty close:
It seems ovious that it's cooked. But what confusses me is that for normal oatmeal they write it like that:
Breakfast Cereals, Cooked: Oatmeal, instant, plain cooked.
Breakfast Cereals, Cooked: Oatmeal, instant, plain dry.
In that case one is dry and the other cooked but for Steel cut they don't mention it that way.
So any one knows what's the correct way to measure it ?
Because it can make a uge difference in Cal and carb if you go dry or cooked.