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Oatmeal #111071
02/24/04 06:40 PM
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My grandmother (bigmomma) shared with me that oatmeal is a very healthy food to eat. She told me that it is good for cholesterol.

I now eat oatmeal most days for breakfast.

AngelasGems

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Very cool. I do the same. I have 1/2 cup of plain Quaker oatmeal with a small spoonful of real peanut butter and then some sort of fruit mixed in (usually apples, bananas, strawberries, or raisins). To cool it off after I heat it up in the microwave I put a little bit of milk on it. Mmm, it makes my stomach grumble just thinking about it.

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yum, sounds great. I never thought of the peanut butter before. Great way to spice up my breakfast.

Oatmeal is also a great source of fiber. I try to eat it for breakfast as well!

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What's "real peanut butter"? Is there some that's not "real"?

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Quote:
My grandmother (bigmomma) shared with me that oatmeal is a very healthy food to eat. She told me that it is good for cholesterol.

I now eat oatmeal most days for breakfast.

AngelasGems


I really like oatmeal, too, especially the "old fashioned" oatmeal in which you actually cook it on the stove top (my kids love it, too). I like cutting up some type of fruit to put in it or honey and I usually splash it with low-fat or skim milk. It's great! It seems to keep me fuller longer in the morning.

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I too love oatmeal. Especially steel cut oatmeal. It has real substance! I top it with skim milk and a handful of blueberries. YUMMY!
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I had to check out this thread because I was just sticking a spoonful of oatmeal in my mouth when I saw the title. I keep packets of Quaker Instant Oatmeal in my desk drawer and eat it every morning. It fills me up and keeps me away from the pastries at the Starbucks downstairs.


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