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Organic Rolled Oatflakes

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Rolled oats, also known as oat flakes or oatmeal, are a whole grain product made from whole oat grains that have been flattened into flakes. They have a long history dating back nearly 4000 years to the steppes of Kazakhstan and have been a staple food for centuries.

Organic rolled oats are an alternative to non-organic oats and have numerous uses in the kitchen. They can be used to make oatmeal, muesli, and can be added to baking recipes for a nutritious boost. Oats can also be used as a substitute in vegetarian and vegan recipes.

At breakfast, a sprinkle of organic oats on yoghurt adds a satisfying texture and flavour. Oats are a versatile ingredient that can be incorporated into many dishes and are a great source of nutrients.

Rolled oats are a type of lightly processed whole-grain food. Traditionally, they are made from oat groats that have been dehusked and steamed, before being rolled into flat flakes under heavy rollers and then stabilized by being lightly toasted.

Thick-rolled oats are large whole flakes, and thin-rolled oats are smaller, fragmented flakes. Rolled whole oats, without further processing, can be cooked into a porridge and eaten as old-fashioned oats or Scottish oats, but more highly fragmented and processed rolled oats absorb water much more easily and therefore cook faster into a porridge, so they are sometimes called "quick" or "instant" oats.


Besides porridge, rolled oats are most often the main ingredient in granola and muesli. They can be further processed into a coarse powder, which, when cooked, becomes a thick liquid like broth. Finer oatmeal powder is often used as baby food.

Rolled oatflakes are a whole grain source, and are an excellent source of fibre, protein as well as important minerals like magnesium, zinc, selenium and iron.

Organic rolled oatflakes are made from high-protein oats that have been steamed and lightly toasted to preserve their nutritional content. Oats are high in soluble fibre and antioxidants.