Steel Cut Oats are much larger pieces than Scottish Oats

Steel Cut, Rolled, Instant, Scottish?

by Cassidy Stockton

When we think of oatmeal, we typically picture good old-fashioned rolled oats (or maybe quick oats). When you visit the store, especially our store, you find many varieties that may make you wonder what the difference is between them. What makes steel cut different from rolled? What makes instant different

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Gluten Free Oats

by Cassidy Stockton

Classic rolled oats are perfect for oatmeal cookies and granola. Find recipes for gluten free versions on our website.

In honor of National Oatmeal Month, I thought I would take a few minutes to talk a bit about gluten free oats. It’s been almost three years since we introduced gluten

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Not all of our products bear the stamp, but we're working to add it to all of those that qualify.

Demystifying Label Terms: Whole Grain

by Cassidy Stockton

Not all of our products bear the stamp, but we're working to add it to all of those that qualify.

In part two of our “Demystifying Label Terms” series, we’ll cover the term Whole Grain. Parts 3 and 4 will cover Gluten Free and Kosher.

Whole Grain: The

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National Oatmeal Month and a Giveaway

by Cassidy Stockton

January is national oatmeal month. Did you know that more people eat oats in January than any other month? (At least, according to some sources.) I have trouble buying it based on how often we talk to our customers about eating oatmeal. I’ve always known our customers are special- they

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Integrating Whole Grains Part 2 – Baking

by Chelsea Lincoln

The second part of this two part series on integrating whole grains into your kitchen deals with baking.  There are so many ways to add whole grains to your baking with wonderful and delectable results.  Here are some tips to get you started.  If you find yourself with more questions,

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Whole grains Millet, Spelt, Amaranth and Quinoa

Integrating Whole Grains Part 1 – Cooking

by Chelsea Lincoln

For New Year’s, we often try our hand at ways to improve our health and happiness.  Integrating more whole grains into our lives is a delicious, easy way to start.  Intact foods are packed with essential vitamins, minerals and fiber, which are just a few of the benefits of whole

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Come join the fun in the Bob's Red Mill Cooking School!

Cooking Classes at Bob’s Red Mill

by Cassidy Stockton

Come join the fun at the Bob's Red Mill Cooking School

If you live in the greater Portland area or are looking for an excuse to come visit our World Headquarters, why not sign up for one the fantastic cooking classes we offer. Each month our store hosts three or

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Which Whole Wheat?

Hard Red Wheat vs. Hard White Wheat

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Which Whole Wheat?

As you might have noticed, here at Bob’s Red Mill we have a huge selection of different types of grains and flours to choose from. One of the questions that we are asked most often here in the bakery is the difference between two specific kinds: Hard

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