- May reduce the risk of heart disease
- It's low in saturated fat & sodium free
- Plus, it's a good source of fiber
100% Natural Irish Oats
- 100% Whole Grain
- 16g or More per Serving
- Eat 48g or More of Whole Grains Daily
Soluble Fiber from Oatmeal
As part of a low saturated fat and low cholesterol diet that includes 3 grams of soluble fiber from oatmeal per day, may reduce the risk of heart disease. One serving of oatmeal provides 2 grams of soluble fiber.
Oatmeal is a low saturated fat, sodium free, cholesterol free food and a good source of fiber. Contains 2.5g of total fat per serving.
Certificate of Award
International Exhibition 1876 Group IV United States Centennial Commission (In accordance with the Act of Congress.)
John L. Campbell - Secretary. A.T. Goshorn - Director General. Jos R. Hawley - President.
Philadelphia, September 27th 1876.
Certificate of Award Uniformity of Granulation
World's Columbian Exhibition - Chicago, 1893
Approved N.B. Critchfield - President of Departmental Committee. Signed Chas Keith - Individual Judge. Approved John Boyd Thacher - Chairman Executive Committee of Awards.
Dated 28th June 1894.
"May the road rise to meet you. May the wind be always at your back. May the sun shine warm upon your face." ~ Irish Blessing
Product of Ireland
Irish Porridge: Into four cups of briskly boiling water sprinkle one cup of oatmeal, stirring well. When the porridge is smooth and beginning to thicken, reduce heat and simmer for 30 minutes, stirring occasionally. Traditionally served with fresh buttermilk, Irish porridge is also good with milk or cream and brown sugar or honey, or with butter. Short cut method to Steel Cut Oats: Boil 4 cups of water in a pot. Add 1 cup of steel cut oats and simmer 1 minute. Cover pot and store overnight in refrigerator. The next morning cook the oatmeal on low for 9-12 minutes; stirring occasionally. This recipe prepares 4 servings. For thicker oatmeal, use less water.
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