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 Post subject: OATrageous Oatmeals
PostPosted: Tue Aug 12, 2014 10:22 am 
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Review and recipe shared here:
http://tastespace.wordpress.com/2014/07 ... wgiveaway/

Of note, this is way more than oatmeals. Just ignore the title. Lots of fun ways to incorporate my favourite grain. :)

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 12, 2014 3:23 pm 
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OH MY GOD. that recipe is SICK! I saw it and knew it was worth stopping my day to make. Savory granola, holy crepe is this stuff amazing.
(I knew i was going to go nuts about it, so I tweaked it to be no oil, more flax, and used cornflakes for crunch, only a tiny bit of cashews. it's high fiber, big taste, almost no fat.)
thank you SO MUCH for sharing!

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I pre-ordered this and can't wait till it comes out.

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OH MY GOD. that recipe is SICK!


Not the best slang to choose for describing how nice an oatmeal recipe is :)

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I'm still working on her wonderful bean book.

If she can help me find new ways to make oatmeal that would just rock!

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Oh man, that sounds stellar.

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 Post subject: Re: OATrageous Oatmeals
PostPosted: Thu Aug 14, 2014 10:32 pm 
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Saveur, thank you for starting this thread. I hadn't heard of this book until I read your post.

I've made 2 recipes so far and both were fabulous:

Coconut Oat Vanilla Creamer
http://pastrychefonline.com/2014/07/28/ ... -giveaway/

Mushroom Ginger Congee
http://healthyslowcooking.com/2014/07/2 ... ee-recipe/

The creamer needs a good stir in the cup but the flavour is wonderful.

The congee was a pleasant surprise. I honestly didn't think that an oatmeal congee would have the wonderful stomach comforting goodness that a rice congee does, but this is a solid recipe.

Next to try:

Steel-Cut Oat Sausage Crumbles
http://vedgedout.com/2014/07/28/kathy-h ... -giveaway/

Oat-Chata
http://healthyslowcooking.com/2014/08/0 ... -giveaway/

Hope that this book comes out on KINDLE !


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Mushroom ginger congee?!?! What a concept. I will gave to try that.

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The table of contents looks insane! Just purchased the kindle version. I love savory breakfasts and am so excited to make all the savory oatmeal recipes!!

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 16, 2014 12:36 am 
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Nice blog post. The book looks great which worries me as I don't need more cookbooks!

Bob's Red Mill was having a steel cut oats recipe contest that ended tonight. I just got my entry in under the the wire. It is an oat based cheeze spread, I'm waiting for them to ok it before it displays. It took a few tries to get it right, but it is mighty tasty. I'll have to post about it soon! You can check out all the recipe submissions (many can be veganized) for some other great ideas on the their facebook page. Look for the recipe contest, I think it says Spurtle in the name.

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I just ordered this one as well. I've been using her slow-cooker for 1 or 2 book and have found that there are some good ideas for making food prep easy for days when you don't have time to cook. I love oatmeal and oats, the savory granola sounds fab!

FYI to all who have ordered or plan to, the author has a special promotion where if you are the first 100 to send her proof of purchase she will send a box of goodies that can be used to make some of the recipes. You can read more here:
http://healthyslowcooking.com/2014/07/1 ... promotion/


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 07, 2014 9:19 pm 
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I still have some unclaimed pre-order packages so be sure to forward your receipt to oatrageousoatmeals@gmail.com. Your receipt will have your mailing address on it unless you ordered the Kindle version. So add your mailing address if you bought the ebook. You have until Sept 15 to send your in!

Thanks Poptart for posting that here to begin with <3

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poptart wrote:
I just ordered this one as well. I've been using her slow-cooker for 1 or 2 book and have found that there are some good ideas for making food prep easy for days when you don't have time to cook. I love oatmeal and oats, the savory granola sounds fab!

FYI to all who have ordered or plan to, the author has a special promotion where if you are the first 100 to send her proof of purchase she will send a box of goodies that can be used to make some of the recipes. You can read more here:
http://healthyslowcooking.com/2014/07/1 ... promotion/


Thank you for posting this! I had pre-ordered, but never knew about/visited her blog until I saw the link you shared. =) Excited! Who doesn't love a bonus?!


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 Post subject: Re: OATrageous Oatmeals
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Just last week I decided that I need to find new ways incorporate oats into my diet (having only really had them as a sweet breakfast dish or in cookies). Perfect timing!

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I shared another recipe today (Mushroom Ginger Congee) along with another giveaway.

http://tastespace.wordpress.com/2014/09 ... -giveaway/

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 Post subject: Re: OATrageous Oatmeals
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Mine arrived from Amazon today, and while the recipes look great and I'm excited to get cooking, the binding is already falling apart. Anyone else have this problem?


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The binding does seem loose on mine as well, but nothing's falling apart. The book is beautiful, though, and I can't wait to take some time tomorrow with my post-its and mark everything I'd like to make! I've already flipped through some of it, and I'll probably be doing my full readthrough alongside a bowl of mojito overnight oats. :)

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Hmmm... that sucks about the binding. I noticed my book laid flat really nicely and I figured it had to do with a practical kind of book binding. Mine doesn't look like it is actually falling apart, though

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Mine arrived from Amazon today, and while the recipes look great and I'm excited to get cooking, the binding is already falling apart. Anyone else have this problem?


You should be able to return it. Let me know if they give you any grief about it - kathyhester@gmail.com.

The binding is a lay flat binding in this printing which I love, the cover spine does pull away from the book to allow this by design. I'm wondering if it got damaged in transport.

I've had some books destroyed through the post lately!

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The binding does seem loose on mine as well, but nothing's falling apart. The book is beautiful, though, and I can't wait to take some time tomorrow with my post-its and mark everything I'd like to make!



Same here: when closed, there's a little gap/space between the spine and the pages, but it seems intentional (so it stays open/opens flat), part of the "jacket" design (although it's not technically a jacket). I gave the pages a slight tug, and everything seems perfect and solid, no problem.

It is really lovely... and I only just opened it when I saw the binding comments in this thread (worked late last night - NO TIME to page through it - especially since it arrived next to my *new Vitamix 7500* in the UPS guy's arms - and, well, my zeal for the Vitamix was - admittedly - stronger (I was hungry & due for a green smoothie anyway)).

SO excited for the cooling/overnight oats section, especially with this nasty heat wave in CA. Also, beautiful photography for every (or nearly?) recipe.

ETA: can't wait for the goodie/bonus box from Kathy! =)


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That's a good UPS day right there.

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That's a good UPS day right there.


INDEED! Close to unbeatable! =)


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zelavie wrote:
The binding does seem loose on mine as well, but nothing's falling apart. The book is beautiful, though, and I can't wait to take some time tomorrow with my post-its and mark everything I'd like to make!



Same here: when closed, there's a little gap/space between the spine and the pages, but it seems intentional (so it stays open/opens flat), part of the "jacket" design (although it's not technically a jacket). I gave the pages a slight tug, and everything seems perfect and solid, no problem.


JUST finished reading through the entire book - and as I closed the back cover, noticed it has a little "icon" that says "PREMIUM BINDING: Stays Open. Hands free." It really is a nifty feature (and the same publisher/feature as for Decadent Gluten-Free Vegan Baking by Cara Reed - new-ish release).


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My copy arrived this morning. I make her slow cooker oat recipes all winter long, so I was pretty certain I would like this book. There are a lot of really appealing and creative recipes--oat milk yogurt, cashew and oat 'cream cheese,' biscuits, roti, a vegan Dutch Baby!, lots of overnight oats (I make these all summer long, so I'm thrilled to have new recipes.), no-bake granola bars, a chickpea veggie soup that will be made this week, split pea and oat dal, Tempeh Oat Brussels Sprout Scramble (yes), pizza crusts, stuffed peppers, Bourbon Oat Shortbread cookies (these are shaped like buttons; so stinkin' cute!), pudding, hot chocolate mix, facial scrubs, dog treats....I expect I'm going to use this quite a bit.


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