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Old 07-21-2022, 08:31 PM #11
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A friend put me on to Oat Bran and I buy bags of it from my health food supplier...it's probably available at markets too where one shops.....It's so easy to use, eve sprinkle some in soups and stews and eat for snacks...drink plenty of water.

Raw oat bran can be added to many foods including cold cereal, yogurt, smoothies and casseroles. It's also an easy addition to baked good recipes including muffins, cookies, loaves and crisps. To enhance oat bran's nutty flavour, you can toast it on a baking sheet at 375F for 5 or 7 minutes, or until lightly browned.

I find it just fine and don't toast it. Do your research on oat bran.
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