Oats are used in many ways as rolled, steel cut, whole and flour. They commonly make classic breakfast porridge and a variety of delicious baked goods, but used whole they also make a delicious addition to salads, soups and grain bowls.
Oats normally grow with an inedible hull that must be removed. However, hulless oats naturally grow without a hull, so no dehulling is necessary. This allows us to sprout the whole grain, keeping all the fibre and protein intact.
Sprouting hulless oats decreases cook time and enhances its naturally sweet flavour. They have a slightly chewy texture and a subtle taste.