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Question about Oatmeal

I live in New York, and was visiting San Juan on a holiday, I am not an oatmeal lover, but I had the most delicious oatmeal I ever ate. the consistency was so smooth , no lumps or oats.. I even tried calling the hotel to find the brand they use,. No luck. Can anyone help?? thanks so much

asked by iris about 3 years ago

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Joanna BG
added about 3 years ago

They might have blended it after cooking.
Other than that, the smoothest type of oats out there are Scottish Oats.

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iris
added about 3 years ago

Thanks Joanna, I actually Called the hotel and asked them, they told me to call their local markets, unfortunately they didn't speak English.. I tried all kinds of oats, and I also tried blending.. just not the same.. thank you for your feedback

Nancy
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added about 3 years ago

Dont give up , Iris, on your own investigation. If San Juan was in Puerto Rico, and New York is NYC, you have resources at hand. vheck out local Puerto Rican markets, see what oatmeal brands they sell and ask relatively recent immigrants how they make it on the island.

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Stephanie
added about 3 years ago

What about grinding them before cooking? Then you're starting with something more similar to polenta.

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Assonta Wagner
added about 3 years ago

Have you tried an overnight soak with yogurt or milk? Everytime I have had them that way they are exceptionally smooth. I heat them...no cold oats for me!

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