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BRIAN SEVERSON FARMS

FAMILY FARMERS IN GRUNDY CO. ILLINOIS SINCE 1866

All non-GMO and many certified organic crops

(Everything has been grown and processed on our farm)

(All organic products are also non-GMO)

 

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Allergy Notice: Our farm uses some of the same machinery to harvest and handle corn, soybeans, wheat, oats, buckwheat and field peas

ORGANIC OATS

ALL LISTED PRODUCTS ON THIS PAGE ARE MADE FROM OUR ORGANIC HULLESS OATS.

These oats would look like whole oat groats you'd buy at the store;  except these haven't been heat treated and processed to remove the hulls.  This is a natural occurring trait in them in which the hulls easily fall off in the harvesting process (combining).  I then cleaned them on the farm with an air/screen and gravity table cleaner.

The advantage is the groats are still raw.  They'll still sprout.  The disadvantage is they are harder and more expensive to grow (but I've already done that for you)

Cut them into pieces and you'll have steel cut oats (Irish oatmeal).  Grind them coarsely and you'll have Scottish oatmeal.  Roll them coarsely and you'll have rolled oats (traditional oatmeal).  Roll them tight and you'll have instant oatmeal.  Grind them fine and you'll have oat flour.  Or cook them as they are for an old fashioned breakfast cereal.

Some of these groats are then further processed:

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THE OATS ARE STONE GROUND TO MAKE:

Oat flour- the finest grind and typically used for baking.

Fine oatmeal- ground a bit coarser and sometimes called Scottish oatmeal. (Can be made into an instant oat “porridge” on the stovetop) but can also be used for baking.

Coarse oatmeal-  stone ground groats with large (but broken) pieces.

OR ROLLED THICK TO MAKE:

    “Old Fashion” Rolled oats

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on this page, THE TERM OATMEAL REFERS TO STONE GROUND OATS  (as stone ground corn is called cornmeal)

 while rolled oats are called "rolled oats"

 

1 lb. Organic Oat

 

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1 1/2 lbs. Organic Hulless Oat (groats) for $4.00

 

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5 lbs. Organic Oat

 

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15 lbs. Organic Oat

 

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50 lbs. Organic Oat