this is a delicious oatmeal breakfast I like to have in the mornings.

Recipe Directions

soak oat groats for at least 3 days in a container with water just to cover them up, rinse every 12 hr. mix in blender soaked oats with the water they’ve been soaking in and with the almonds or other nuts. put the nutmeg, cinnamon and agave in and blend until you get a smooth consistency. pour in a bowl and add the defrosted fruits and the sliced banana. Enjoy!

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this is a delicious oatmeal breakfast I like to have in the mornings.

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MontRAWal , that must have been delicious. I will follow your recipe next time.

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I just made this with oat groats soaked 14hr then rinsed and processed with a handful of cashew,sunflower seeds agave syrup and a bit of almond milk for a couple minutes.Then added a mixture of soaked dried fruit (raisins, figs and goji's)and processed a couple seconds served an added a fresh diced apple.Wow.

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elizabethh, you are right in saying you do not need to soak the oats for long time. Last time I made this I soaked them for 2 days only.

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dollsizedpistol that is such a great idea to add coconut meat in this. I will try next time.

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Stylistchick: I have celiac disease too. I was sick all the time and finally was diagnosed by Dr. Sylvia Chatroux in Ashland, Oregon.
I gave up wheat, rye, oats and barley in 2001 and slowly I started to heal. I actually stumbled into the raw food world looking for gluten-free recipes. I love this site!
I don't know any raw rye recipes, but rye contains the least amount of gluten and personally bothers me the least. There is some dispute whether oats actually contain "real gluten" but there is no doubt oats bother most celiacs. I find the longer I go without eating gulten-containing products, the more tolerant of them I am on an occasional basis. This leaves room for the occasional apples/cranberry crisp with an oatmeal nut topping, which I crave in the winter.
So be smart and enjoy your life. If you find you can't tolerate oats, then don't. Your stomach will thank you.

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(oh, and of course, if you want to change the consistency just add some of the coconut water.)

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stylistchick -- if you blend up some young coconut meat and warm it up a bit, it tastes just like a bowl of cream of wheat!!! add some salt, some cinnamon.. agave... some fresh raw jam swirled on top..mmm!!! and gluten free!

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I think oats have smaller ammounts of gluten, but they still do. Therefore no matter if they ar eorganic or not they still have small ammounts of gluten. I guess it is up to you to decide whether you want to try oat groats or not.

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i have celiac disease, and i've heard that oats are not always okay. if i bought organic would that make a difference, or is it because oats are processed with equipment that processes wheat/barley/rye? i miss oatmeal especially in the winter!

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Sounds good, I've been enjoying my oats on a cold morning. I love to make up hemp seed milk and use a little of that, warmed up, poured over oatmeal which thens soaks it all up and goes nice and soft. I add raisins and sometimes goji berries/banana, spices. I might try using the oat groats and soaking them. I also like to make a stored muesli with buckwheat and oat groats that have been soaked and then lightly processed and dried out. That way I can have them in a box ready for immediate use, just add milk and serve! Enjoy your oats.

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oops I meant the oats were soft...:)

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sure you can ask. I found that if I soak them for 3 days, they become very soft. I tasted them every day and I found that the third day the oaks were as soft as I wanted them to be. Of course, you are allowed to change the recipe as you wish..:)

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can i ask why you soak the oats for so long? previously i've only soaked them for about 12 hours and they've been fine

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