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Jean Broida

Jean Broida is a freelance writer with hundreds of published health articles. She also covers politics, climate, technology, finance, conspiracies, and paranormal topics. Jean is a popular guest on taboo-topic radio shows such as “Midnight in the Desert” and a regular news commentator on the Paralogian Report on Paraversal Universe Radio. Jean’s first book, UNKNOWN OBJECTS: The Top Ten U.S. UFO Cases, is available on Amazon where reader feedback is always appreciated. For a fast-paced and forward thinking presentation to your group, contact Jean@LightWork111.com.

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    Leon kenobbie

    I was at Snoqualmie Falls, and they served oatmeal that I thought was just fantastic. I have had Bob’s Red oatmeal THICK flake and liked it also.
    However, I saw no difference between the two, but the price. Bob’s is 5+$ for a small bag, and Snoqualmie Falls is 7+$ for a HUGE bag, but there is shipping. 8 bags was 75$ with shipping. I have a difficult time telling the difference.
    Is there a difference between oatmeals?
    Thank you
    Le

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    leatha zarbo

    Thank you for your info on oatmeal, as another suggestion to ‘up’ the taste and nutrition of your breakfast cereal ; what I do for my great grandchildren; after I remove cereal from microwave I add a small dash of cinnamon, a few raisins, a teaspoon of coconut oil [they love the taste], and a teaspoon of natural peanut butter [when I open a new jar I pour off most of the oil before I stir it to combine and I save it for another use]… mix the cereal well and serve when cool enough forth to eat… they love this for any meal! the children are ages 3 and 4 and are used to eating ‘healthy’ at home… l zarbo

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    M Zahalan

    Try eating “double cut” oatmeal (not steel cut) with a handful of dried fruit.

    One serving, for me at least, is: Boil a little over one cup of water, when boiling toss in the oatmeal then add the dried fruit. Turn the heat down to simmer for 12-14 minutes. If there is still a little water, turn off the burner and leave the pot for a few minutes.

    (Adding the dried fruit and immediately turning down the heat should keep the pot from boiling over…. or you could toss in an ice cube and it would do the same.)

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