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Old-Fashioned & Quick-Cooking Oats

Old-Fashioned & Quick-Cooking OatsIf you’ve ever wondered what the difference is between old-fashioned and quick-cooking oats, maybe these facts will give you a little better understanding.

In processing oats, the hull is removed and they are cleaned, toasted and cleaned again.

Old-fashioned oats are steamed and flattened. It takes about 15 minutes for them to cook.

Quick-cooking oats are cut into two or three pieces before they are steamed and rolled. It takes about 5 minutes for them to cook.

They can both be used interchangeably in recipes. The old-fashioned oats will give your recipe a little more texture than the quick-cooking type.


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