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May 25, 2013

The Pantry Quiz #36

Oats, on The Pantry Quiz.

Multiple choice

Mares eat oats and does eat oats, and little lambs eat ivy. Or so I've heard. Which of these oats packs in the most dietary fiber?

1. Oat bran
2. Oatmeal
3. Rolled oats

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Please leave your answer in the comments, and let us know whether you have this ingredient in your pantry.

[Last week's answer: Wonton skins, or wonton wrappers, are pieces of dough, made of flour, water, (sometimes) egg, and salt.]

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Comments

I'd have to say oat bran, although truthfully I'm not sure!

Hey lydia, i thought I'd let you know the Bobs red mill is 20% off at job lot this week. Happy cooking!

the answer, I believe, is oat bran, known as "salvado de avena" here in Costa Rica!

I would have to guess "oat bran"

I'm going with oat bran. None currently in my pantry.

Rolled oats

I would assume that oat bran has the most dietary fiber per measure. Technically, rolled oats and oatmeal are one and the same product, just interchangeable names. Since I am gluten intolerant, I always have the certified gluten free oats in my pantry and use them in various forms.

Oat bran, fer sure. Well, almost sure :)

So sneaky, to encourage us to doubt the obvious -- or else we're all wrong!

Oat bran.

Yes.
(I've no idea, but I want to soak oats in buttermilk now!)

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