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them.  And they seem like they're kind of dry.  I thawed them in the refrigerator and I would think they're OK.  I fed them to my son and he said they were kind of dry.  They wouldn't be bad, would they?  I would imagine that some of the moisture got pushed out when freezing and then I should add some more water back in and kind of recook them.  Or reheat them.  Does that sound right?

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I think it's ok to freeze oatmeal. Rehydrate with water and it should be good. I've been experimenting with freezing more foods lately. It's been a long winter freeze here in the Northeast. Spring and summer harvest is almost here...
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Yeah, I can't wait till more fresh foods start showing up.


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I ate some of my unthawed steel cut oats today and it seemed fine.  I did put some water with it and cooked it again on the stove top.  So, I guess it's twice cooked oats.  Hehehhe.  But it tasted fine and didn't digest horribly.  Almost like it was better cooked twice.  Because sometimes I have a problem digesting oats.


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Would be just like soaking them, then... That is always a better way to eat oats, in fact originally that is the way the Scots recommended
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I did soak them originally. With lemon. I'm a soaker, didn't you know it?  I soak all my grains and nuts.  I have the book Nourishing Traditions and go by the methods in there for those items.


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