Honeyville's Steel Cut Oats have been carefully selected from premium milling quality oats. Steel cut oats are really the best of the best when it come to getting the most out of a whole grain oat. Of all of the varieties of oats on the market (rolled oats, instant oats, quick oats, etc.), steel cut oats are the best choice. Steel cut oats maintain all of the nutrients from the whole grain oat as they are simply whole oat groats that have been cut into small pieces. Steel Cut Oats are a rich source of soluble fiber, protein, and vitamins, as well as other nutrients like selenium, thiamin, phosphorous, and manganese. Honeyville Steel Cut Oats are an ideal product for long term food storage and emergency preparedness.
Shelf-Life: Steel Cut Oats will store for 10 to 15 years in a sealed #10 can (oxygen absorber included) under ideal storage conditions (cool, dry place). Once opened, it has an average shelf life of 6 to 12 months. The 2 and 50 pound bag will last 1 year in sealed packaging under ideal storage conditiones (cool, dry place).
Instructions: For hot cereal, add 1 part oats to 6 parts boiling water. Reduce heat to medium and continue cooking for up to 45 minutes stirring occasionally. In the final 15 minutes, reduce heat to low and stir as needed.
Uses: Steel Cut Oats can be used as a delicious hot cereal, or as a healthy and flavorful ingredient in oatmeal cookies, multi-grain breads, rolls and more
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Packaging: Steel Cut Oats are sealed air tight in a #10 can and weighs approximately 4.5 pounds. A case contains 6 #10 cans and weighs 27 pounds. Each can contains 49 servings. One serving size is ¼ cup. The 2 and 50 pound bag packaging may vary.
Ingredients: Whole Grain Oats.
Allergen information: The cans are produced on equipment that processes products containing soy, wheat, milk, egg, peanut, and tree nuts. The 50 pound bag may contain trace amounts of wheat.
We've ordered two 50-kb bags over the past year. The shipping time is expedient, the price is right and the oats are clean and fresh tasting. Storage hasn't been a problem- we repackage into 1-gallon plastic zip bags, push out air and freeze until needed. Bring a bag to room temperature without opening so that the oats don't take up moisture, and store for daily use in a snap plastic-lidded glass container. A recipe we developed (and really enjoy) for 2 servings is: 2 cups water, 3/4 cup oats, 2 T. quinoa, 1 T. flax seeds, 1/4 cup golden raisins, 1/4 tsp. salt. Bring to boil and simmer about 20 min. Top with toasted almonds, and a bit of brown sugar and milk to taste.Review by Lee from Illinois
I love these steel-cut oats and order by case of the No. 10 cans, and I am only cooking for myself! Shelf life, even if the cans are opened, is outstanding. I put water and oats for one serving in a small glass jar surrounded by more water in a small slow cooker, leave it on low overnight, and they are ready for breakfast in the morning. Great with raisins and brown sugar.Review by Kathie
We eat steel cut oats just about every morning with a little cinnamon and raisins. Good hearty breakfastReview by joe
Ordered a large bag of these steel cut oats. Shipping was fast. They are very clean and taste fresh. Will buy here againReview by Rob
Third time I've ordered these 50 lb bags. Best price I can find. I've tried oats from multiple countries and, for my tastes, these are as good as any for a fraction of the price. Great deal.Review by Chad
For the last couple of years we've been eating these steel cut oats for breakfast on most mornings - along with other foods of course. We add a bit of brown sugar or honey and some raisins, etc. I cook up a batch on Sunday and then spoon out bowls and nuke them each morning so I only have to cook the oats once a week. It's healthy and very cost effective. I tried buying 50 pounds of loose oats and storing them in 5 gallon buckets with gamma seal lids, but they didn't stay fresh and I would end up feeding the bottom half to the chickens. The chickens loved it, but it was expensive animal feed. Now I buy cases of the #10 cans which work much better even though they're a bit more expensive per unit. Penny wise/pound foolish... "Price" is different from "value". I have multiple cases in my food storage which I rotate. "Just in case".Review by Johnny from San Francisco