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Gluten Free Rolled Oats 500 g

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Rolled oats are kind of lightly processed whole-grain food. They are typically manufactured from oat groats that have been dehusked, steamed, and then rolled into flat flakes using heavy rollers. Finally, they are stabilised by lightly toasting the flakes.

Wingreens Harvest 100% naturally gluten free rolled oats are protein rich & have high dietary fiber. They make for a protein rich oats breakfast, & a great ingredient to cook porridge. Whole grain rolled oats have to be cooked with either water or milk to make a breakfast porridge. We suggest topping the rolled oats with fruit, nuts and honey to make a wholesome and tasty white oats breakfast.  Buy rolled oats online from Monsoon Harvest in India to get attractive discounts every month.

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Rolled Oats FAQs

Q1. What are rolled oats?
Ans: Rolled oats are the ones that are steamed and flattened. The texture of rolled oats is softer and the taste is milder. It also takes comparatively lesser time to cook rolled oats.

Q2. What is the difference between oats & rolled oats?
Ans: Oats are usually groats that have been cut into 2-3 pieces but not rolled. The texture of oats is mostly chewy and it also takes much time to cook it. On the other hand, rolled oats go through the flattening process. They are steamed before flattened; therefore, it does not take a lot of time to cook rolled oats.

Q3. Are rolled oats healthy?
Ans: Rolled oats are as good as regular oats. They are a great source of vitamins, fiber, plant-based protein, minerals, and antioxidants. You can have them at any time of the day and will have no problem digesting them.

Q4. What is considered rolled oats?
Ans: Rolled oats are created by steaming the groats and then flattening them. They are rolled into flakes. Healthy fats are stabilized in the process. Rolled oats stay fresh for a long time even after the process.

Q5. Are rolled oats gluten-free?
Ans: Oats naturally are gluten-free. Sometimes they get contaminated with gluten during the harvesting and manufacturing process. To get gluten-free rolled oats, you can visit the website of Monsoon Harvest.

Q6. What are steel-cut oats and rolled oats?
Ans: The main difference between these two is that steel-cut oats are the least processed; however, rolled oats are processed. This is why steel-cut oats are chewy in texture, while rolled oats are softer.

Q7. Is rolled oats good for weight loss?
Ans: Yes, rolled oats are good for weight loss. Since they have soluble fiber, you will feel full for a longer time. If you are on your weight loss journey, adding oats to your diet can be helpful.

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Our rolled oats are highly nutritious as they are high and protein-rich. The oats are known to reduce blood pressure & cholesterol and has a low glycemic index.
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