Steel Cut Oats
With so many different health issues a rising, it is more important now than ever to make sure you and your families eat healthy foods. Not only do you want to eat healthy on an everyday basis, but also in an emergency. Making sure you have healthy foods and ingredients in your food storage, will make all the difference. One thing every prepper should include in their food storage is healthy, delicious, steel cut oats.
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. A pressure cooker will work the best for cooking steel cut oats.
Ingredients: Whole Grain Oats
NET WT 4.375 lbs (1,960g)
Total Servings: 49
Total Calories: 7,840
Serving Size: 1/4 cup
Prepper Food Storage Steel Cut Oats Cereal for Survival
When it comes to survival you can never be too prepared. Being prepared includes having healthy foods in your food storage your family can survive on. Most preppers will include freeze dried and dehydrated meals, as well as water in their food storage, but don’t think about the other things they can add to make their meals even healthier and heartier. One simple thing preppers can add is steel cut oats. There is a misconception about steel cut oats and old fashioned oats being the same thing. The difference between the two is old fashion oats are rolled into flat flakes, while steel cut oats are the toasted oat grain oat also known as the grouts, which are cut into smaller pieces leaving the endosperm intact, which is known as the steel cut leaves.
Steel cut oats are packed full of fiber, which helps decrease risk of heart disease, hypertension, obesity, and diabetes. When in survival mode, having foods with healthy benefits such as steel cut oats are going to help your body perform better, and help boost your immune system. Steel cut oats are great to eat as a hot cereal as well as add to foods such as breads, cookie, and cakes. Legacy packages their steel cut oats in nitrogen flushed mylar bags, with an oxygen absorber giving them a 10 to 15 year shelf life when unopened, and 6 to 12 month shelf life once opened. Let legacy help you prepare now for survival by including the little things that will make a huge impact in your food storage.
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