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Steel Cut Irish Oatmeal<\/h1>\n <\/div>\n <\/div>\n <\/div>\n <\/div>\n
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Cheryl Maddy<\/h3>\n
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\n Mmmm good with raisins. <\/p>\n

\n - Cheryl Maddy <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Nice Oats<\/h3>\n
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\n The best oats for oatmeal. Love the metal can, no plastic. <\/p>\n

\n - E C <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Great oatmeal<\/h3>\n
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\n Really tasty. <\/p>\n

\n - Jennifer Garvey <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Great quality<\/h3>\n
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\n I can definitely tell the quality difference of these vs. other brands or bulk bin option. I make them in my rice cooker that has a steel cut oats setting - delicious with some honey mixed in, stewed or fresh fruit and chia seeds sprinkled on top. <\/p>\n

\n - Kara <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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classic<\/h3>\n
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\n good old fashioned oat meal <\/p>\n

\n - Crissy Luna <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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amazing<\/h3>\n
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\n so yummy <\/p>\n

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Great for Instant Pot<\/h3>\n
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\n If there are any instant pot lovers reading, this turns out great cooked pot-in-pot in the Instant Pot. It's not really faster than the stovetop, but it is hands off time. I've also made it on the stove top when I have the time and the results are good either way. If you are used to rolled oats, it's important to know that steel cut is going to be a little chewier and nuttier - that's what I like, but my dad doesn't care for it as he likes his oatmeal really mushy. <\/p>\n

\n - Elizabeth Bauer <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Take a while to cook<\/h3>\n
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\n Not instant but worth the t one it takes to cook. I throw in dates. <\/p>\n

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Not like porridge<\/h3>\n
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\n Compared to oatmeal it has more of a "crunch". Less of a goo. I feel that it's more filling than the "rolled" oatmeal. I like cooking it with 50\/50 of soy milk and water. There's a quick method to cook it, be sure to read the directions. <\/p>\n

\n - YAT NGA WONG <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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steal cut irish oatmeal<\/h3>\n
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\n great healthy oatmeal <\/p>\n

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Good<\/h3>\n
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\n Good stuff <\/p>\n

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A perfect transaction!<\/h3>\n
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\n A perfect transaction! Thank you! <\/p>\n

\n - Sharon J <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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The One. The Only.<\/h3>\n
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\n If you want chewy steel cut oats, this is what you want. Been eating them for 3 decades. Yummy! <\/p>\n

\n - Laurie P <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Steel cut oatmeal<\/h3>\n
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\n Great product, efficient delivery - only question I have is - is all that packaging really necessary? <\/p>\n

\n - Catherine M <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Definitely recommend<\/h3>\n
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\n A healthy and great tasting product with wonderful flavor and nutrition. Because it's steel cut, it takes a long time to cook, but you can cook it most of the way the night before (instructions on the can). Worth the time to cook for both great health and great taste. Definitely recommend. <\/p>\n

\n - Cynthia M <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Real good stuff!<\/h3>\n
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\n We love this stuff! It used to be at Trader Joe's, but for some reason it isn't there anymore. And Thrive's price is better anyway! <\/p>\n

\n - Erika E <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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The best!<\/h3>\n
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\n soak overnight for a quicker prep in morning <\/p>\n

\n - Sarah B <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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love this oatmeal<\/h3>\n
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\n I haven't had anything better, this is my son's absolute favorite! <\/p>\n

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Not organic or gluten free<\/h3>\n
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\n Besides not being gluten free or organic it takes 30 min or more to cook! <\/p>\n

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Smell aweful<\/h3>\n
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\n They smell very bad, seems like it was a very old stock <\/p>\n

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Excellent Product<\/h3>\n
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\n Great Product. Delicious on a cold winter day. <\/p>\n

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Used it forever; hope to use it forever!<\/h3>\n
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\n I've used this forever, although I did try a few other brands at different times (for instance, I like most of Bob's Red MIll stuff). But this ends up being the best (I cook it overnight in a small crockpot so that it's ready when I awake) and I love the can! <\/p>\n

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Damaged. Weevles.<\/h3>\n
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\n The can was damaged severely, and there were weevles in the Oatmeal. The can is in date, so I don't know why this happened. <\/p>\n

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Organic & Non GMO<\/h3>\n
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\n I've been eating McCann's steel cut oats for years for its great texture and health benefits. What a surprise to find it here in an organic and non GMO form and packaged in the original can at a good price. Not only is it tasty and good for you, the can makes a delightful "pot" for herbs or can be used to hold a fun gift for a friend on a birthday. <\/p>\n

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Rancid<\/h3>\n
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\n I have been buying this brand for years in stores, and love it. The oats I got from Thrive were rancid and old. I'll be going back to buying them at the store! <\/p>\n

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Yummy but long cooking oatmeal<\/h3>\n
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\n Love this oatmeal but it takes 30 minutes to cook! <\/p>\n

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Wow.<\/h3>\n
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\n I've tried Scottish oatmeal, old fashioned rolled oats, instant, etc. and this is by far the most healthy in my opinion since it's the least processed. I also wasn't aware what I was ordering so I almost fell over when I saw it would take half an hour to cook. Luckily there's a speed version where you partially cook the oats and let them rest overnight in the fridge. I did that and it made breakfast the next morning a breeze. I highly suggested salting with a dash of Himalayan sea salt and a good douse of Vermont maple syrup. <\/p>\n

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Excellent oatmeal.<\/h3>\n
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\n I prepare this oatmeal in a 2qt slow cooker overnight. 4C water to 1C McCanns oatmeal. Turn on low and it is perfect the next day. Refrigerate any left overs and you are good to go. Best oatmeal ever. <\/p>\n

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Much better than regular oatmeal<\/h3>\n
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\n I've heard a lot about steel cut oatmeal so I thought I'd give it a try. I don't eat regular oatmeal much, but I will be eating this more often. The texture is more like a fine cereal - it doesn't get "mushy" like regular oatmeal. Very good for a healthy and filling breakfast. <\/p>\n

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Best oatmeal ever<\/h3>\n
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\n I started getting this oatmeal a few years ago when I started weaning myself off instant oats and was pleasantly surprised at how much better tasting oatmeal was using these oats. A lot of people don't get steel cut oatmeal because they think it is hard to make. I make it very easy in microwave versus stove top by changing the water ratio, delicious. My girlfriend buys these cans in multiple to stock up. I may have to now that the winter is coming. <\/p>\n

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My favorite oatmeal!<\/h3>\n
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\n I eat this 4x a week! I make a batch on Sunday night and reheat it in the morning. Makes eating healthy easy on the busy mornings. <\/p>\n

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Didn't know what I was missing<\/h3>\n
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\n I was searching for a great Steel Cut Irish Oatmeal and found McCanns. I am love this oatmeal and eat it almost daily with honey and fresh fruit and almonds. Great price and as long as Thrive Market carries it - I'm buying it! <\/p>\n

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Great!<\/h3>\n
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\n Great product! <\/p>\n

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Oats are Oats<\/h3>\n
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\n These are just like any other steel cut oats, so I approve! I specifically chose this brand based upon the company values and price. <\/p>\n

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Household Staple<\/h3>\n
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\n This is the oatmeal of choice in our household; steel cut is very healthy! <\/p>\n

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STEEL CUT OATS<\/h3>\n
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\n WILL ORDER AGAIN LOVE THEM <\/p>\n

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Steel Cut<\/h3>\n
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\n Awesome <\/p>\n

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Far better than mom ever made.<\/h3>\n
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\n When I was growing up oatmeal was tasteless gooey sludge. I soak mine with whey or a couple spoonfuls of yogurt overnight. Measure oats, add a couple tablespoons of whey or yogurt, top up requisite water in an oven proof bowl. Put on a bug cover; coffee filter, a few layers cheesecloth, or a plain "flour\/potato sack" white cotton towel will work. In the morning take off the bug cover, put the bowl cover on, and bake for 1 hour at 350F (177C) for perfect "attention free" oatmeal. Dried fruit can be added just before baking or fresh fruit after for natural sweetness; much better than brown sugar. <\/p>\n

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Best Oat Meal<\/h3>\n
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\n I've been eating McCann's Steel Cut oat meal for years it truly is the best! I usually let it soak in water overnight and the next morning make fresh nutrient-rich oat meal. I double the water to cook it and then add some cinnamon and brown sugar or some raw honey and it's truly delicious! <\/p>\n

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The real thing!<\/h3>\n
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\n The Irish are famous for their oatmeal, and after a trip over there, I decided to try these. I will never go back to that mushy "regular" oatmeal. This is steel cut, the good stuff, which has a much fuller taste and texture. It does take more time to prepare, but I make a pot of about 4 servings at a time. I make it in a dutch oven with chocolate soymilk and truvia, and just scoop out and reheat a serving each day. <\/p>\n

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