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oatmeal

a. a greyish-yellow colour
b. (as adjective): an oatmeal coat
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Made from oat flakes and packed in aseptic containers, they are ideal for breakfast, snacks, coffee breaks and other "need a quick pick-me-up" situations and contain fiber, calcium and vitamin D.
The crackers are still mostly rye flour (65 percent), plus oat flour and oat flakes (8 percent), barley flour and wheat flour (4 percent each), and millet (1.
During the study, lead researcher Atsushi Tero from Hokkaido University in placed oat flakes on a wet surface in locations that corresponded to the cities surrounding Tokyo, and allowed the Physarum polycephalum mold to grow outwards from the centre.
Place in pie plate that has been thoroughly coated on the bottom with rolled oat flakes.
Go crazy and add oat flakes and other grains for a really rustic bun.
Good whole grain choices include porridge, muesli, wheat or oat flakes or biscuits, and wholemeal bread.
Other unusual offerings that caught our eye included pigeon, and monkey head, which turned out - somewhat disappointingly - to only be mushrooms flavoured with milk and oat flakes.
I wolfed it down and with warm Innu pakueshiken lapped up every last bit of the gravy thickened with oat flakes.
Add 25g (1oz) oat flakes or sliced hazelnuts or nibbed almonds to the crumble if you like a little extra crunch.
Oat flakes or low sugar muesli are both good options.