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oatmeal

a. a greyish-yellow colour
b. (as adjective): an oatmeal coat
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2 Oat Flakes Manufacturing Plant: Various Types of Unit Operations Involved
Oat flakes, with sugar and raisins, chocolate chips and coconut.
When presented with oat flakes arranged in the pattern of Japanese cities around Tokyo, a single-celled slime mold constructs networks of nutrient-channeling tubes strikingly similar to the layout of the Japanese rail system, researchers report January 22 in Science.
Exception: rolled oats and oat flakes are always whole grain, but may not say so.
Instead of white flour alone, replace half of it with whole-grain flour-either whole wheat or something of your own concoction, such as oat flakes, rice, or other grains ground in your food processor.
In blender, process dry ingredients until oat flakes are fine; transfer to medium bowl.
The business, located in South Sioux City, Nebraska, produces oat flakes, oat flour, coated oats and other oat related products.
Typically made with 75 per cent wheat and oat flakes plus 20 per cent fruit and five per cent nuts.
First Milk meets the demand for an alternative to cow's milk, and tastes similar to the semi skimmed variety, with mild overtones of oat flakes.
Jordans organic crunchy is a blend of oat flakes, raisins and coconut, all 100% organic, and certified by the Soil Association.