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Old 06-12-2012, 20:28   #1
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Is it oat bran? And where do you get all those other hard to pronounce ingredients?

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Is it oat bran? And where do you get all those other hard to pronounce ingredients?
I'm going to guess and say yes, but I could be wrong....someone will come soon with a definite answer I am sure!!

As far as where to get all these unusual sounding items, netrition.com has almost everything you could want and stuff you didn't even know you wanted until you saw it!! You can find a lot of things on Amazon, and Vitacost has some too.

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There is a difference between Oat fiber and Oat Bran. Oat fiber is relatively new and very difficult to cook with.

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I get my stuff from nuts.com

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Definitely a difference - oat fiber - oat bran.




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Definitely a difference - oat fiber - oat bran.
Thanks Shanny. I did a google: oat bran vs oat fiber and found this description from lowcarbfriends that I could wrap my brain around:

Oat fiber has had all the starch stripped from it and is only indigestible fiber and no digestible carbs. Oat bran still has starch.

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I get my stuff from nuts.com
Great source for nut products! Looking at some of the nut flours/meals. I just may have to try some pecan meal and brazil nut flour!!

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I use Netrition, Amazon, and Trader Joe's for most of my LC goodies. Right now I'm in St. Louis and there's no Trader Joe's, so I am relying more on the internet. I will say that the Schnucks carries some interesting items. I found Bob's Red Mill products all over the store and even Walden Farms pancake syrup. Sometimes your local grocery store can surprise you.

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I use Netrition, Amazon, and Trader Joe's for most of my LC goodies. Right now I'm in St. Louis and there's no Trader Joe's, so I am relying more on the internet. I will say that the Schnucks carries some interesting items. I found Bob's Red Mill products all over the store and even Walden Farms pancake syrup. Sometimes your local grocery store can surprise you.
Oh how I miss Trader Joe's!! When I moved to MT from CA that was really the only store of any sort I missed. Closest one is in Spokane, WA, 173 miles one way from me.

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Schnucks is pretty good . . . we don't get to StL as often as we used to, but my step-MIL shops there & we've had some nice meals at the in-house restaurant too.

Are you in StL for an extended time?




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