Steel-cut oats are oat groats that have been steamed (to stabilise) then sliced into small pieces, whereas old-fashioned oats are oat groats that have been flattened in a flaker. They all contain the same pieces and parts, but the difference between slicing and flattening explains why steel-cut oats take longer to cook (around 30 minutes). You can also try cooking these overnight, by boiling them for 10 minutes the night before and leaving them in the saucepan (ideally wrapped in a towel) and heating them up in the morning.
A great chewy substitute for your morning porridge.
These oats come to us via Four Leaf Milling in Tarlee, South Australia.
Certification: ACO# 510P
Product repacked by Sovereign Foods in compostable bags.
Our Bags are made from brown recycled paper and have a 100% natural corn-based compostable biofilm. All you need to do is pop off the label before you put it in your compost (We are looking for a cost-effective compostable solution to our labels). These bags are a good short term but are not completely airtight. When you get your goodies home, be sure to pop your products into a jar and store them in a cool, dry place out of sunlight. You can reuse these bags around the house as a short-term solution to keep things dry and reduce air contact.
Product contains Gluten and packed in a facility that stores and packs products that contain Nuts and Soy