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    I would like to add that I have solved this problem. I now am putting 1 cup of steel cut/pinhead oats into the slow cooker and adding 5 to 6 cups of water. What a difference! Soft, creamy, not at all stodgy oatmeal that spoons up lovely every morning for the week. I add chia seeds, walnuts and raisins when I reheat in the morning. What a difference!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctg492 View Post
    Made this today and had for late lunch. Yummy! Tomorrow is oats, yoghurt, almond milk, apples, cinnamon and chia seed.
    I also tried this and it was yummy. at first i was thinking that it would taste bland or something because it is healthy food. but it came out so yummy and i tried it with different fruits

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    HELLO I haven't eaten oatmeal for years, but if anyone has an Instant Pot, I hear they're wonderful for steel-cut oats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctg492 View Post
    Made this today and had for late lunch. Yummy! Tomorrow is oats, yoghurt, almond milk, apples, cinnamon and chia seed.
    Sounds good! I will try this one.

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    The toss anything in the mason jar now has become a lunch favorite now.

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    I enjoy oatmeal but sometimes, I get tired of the taste despite of what the variety of what I put with it. Recently I blend it so it can be easily taken. Well, I got to try overnight oats soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by websoon View Post
    HELLO I haven't eaten oatmeal for years, but if anyone has an Instant Pot, I hear they're wonderful for steel-cut oats.
    I've heard that too. And cheesecake! IP is a real treasure of an appliance.

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    I have heard about instant pots, I am now going to check out what and how and price of these.

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    I like the six-quart Duo. Look for sales--the Amazon Day sale mid-Summer is good.

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    I've made oatmeal in my IP and it was the best oatmeal I've ever had. My brother did a cheese cake that he said was to die for

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