Oat Groats - Organic - Gluten Free
- 5.15 LBS
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Organic Gluten Free Oat Groats. Groats are the center of the oat seed, without the hull. The product is cleaned, stabilized, and will not sprout. Groats are used in a variety of recipes, or eaten as is. Some customers also use groats as a basis to grind their own oat flours, or for other specialized reasons.
- Certified Organic by OneCert.
- Certified gluten free Oats.
- Quality oats to use in your favorite recipes.
- Gluten free, non-GMO, Kosher.
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Taste the difference. Uncontaminated, fresh roasted flavor that comes from our unique shelf stable mill processes. Our oats are trusted by those who are gluten intolerant. Best taste for anyone desiring a high quality product. Our mill and production line free of the top 8 allergens.
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Great product! They are the best tasting oat product around and the healthiest because they are the least processed. I’d been eating rolled and steel cut oats for 70 years. Never knew about groats until I found out a few years ago that I have Celiac Disease. My dietician recommended GF Harvest. The only downside is the long cooking time so I make 1 1/2 cups at a time every week and save the rolled oats for when I’m too busy to cook and also for recipes. I reheat the groats with milk, cooked pear, raisins, cinnamon etc and sometimes add nuts - Nice sweet grain accompaniment to a meal. And if you have CD you can easily rinse them (if you prefer) before cooking. I do.
Love the oat groats! I cook them in the slow cooker overnight.
I soak oat groats overnight in spring water (1/2 cup for a serving) then rinse and pulse in vita mix with a little bit of spring water to oatmeal like consistancy. I add one teaspoon of organic cinnamon, a heaping quarter teaspoon of organic cardamon and chia gel - let sit to blend flavors a bit and enjoy! (Chia gel can be made by putting 2 tablespoons of organic chia seeds in a half a cup of water - will form a gel in about 10 minutes.)
I gobble up these oats. The more the merrier. Fresh taste. Cooks perfect.
I have been a regular user of the Organic Gluten Free Oat Groats for several years. I would describe them as Sweet and Delicious, and always
fresh. It works well for me to freeze an extra bag until needed. I appreciate the care taken in growing this gluten free product***
Absolutely delicious! We are hooked, and will order by the case from now on.
Love that they are both Organic and Gluten Free. Finding Oat Groats that are both Organic and Gluten free was not easy until I discovered GF Harvest. Thank you GF Harvest for providing us with these great products. My search is now over.
We've tried many different brands of oats, and the GF Harvest organic oats are the best ever. We've tried their organic groats, organic steel-cut, organic rolled, traditional groats, and traditional steel-cut. The organic groats and steel-cut are fantastic - far, far, superior to the GF Harvest traditional, and also far better than any other brand, including Bob's Red Mill, Arrowhead, Cream Hill Estates, and McCann's. (McCann's, by the way, is not gluten-free - we've tested them using the EZ Gluten test kit, and celiacs should not go near them). The GF Harvest organic rolled oats, on the other hand, are nowhere near as good as the organic groats or the steel-cut.
Our only complaints with the organic groats and steel-cut:
1) they're not always available, and
2) the shipping is so high.
I soak the organic oat groats in spring water overnight, rinse and pulse blend in vita mix with a small amount of spring water. I then add a cup of coconut milk and cinnamon for a great tasting breakfast. This supports a healthy digestive system. I find these oat groats to be tasty and sweet.