Grain Type: Organic Hulless Oats
Grown in: Montana, USA
Uses: Porridge, grain bowls, salad, soup
Taste: Mild, nutty, sweet
Sprouted hulless oats have a wonderful hearty, chewy texture and sweet, nutty flavour. They are high in protein and fibre, and full of sprouted whole grain goodness! Sprouting hulless oats decreases cook time (by more than half!), aids in digestibility and enhances their sweet flavour. Like other grains, you cook sprouted oats by simply boiling in water.
What does “hulless” mean?
Oats normally grow with an inedible hull that must be removed, but hulless oats are a special variety that naturally grow without a hull. This allows us to sprout the whole oat groats, keeping all the fibre and protein.
How to use whole oat groats
Oats are extremely popular rolled, steel cut and milled, but did you know that they are also wonderful in their whole form? They make delicious salads, soups, pilafs, grain bowls and hearty hot cereal. For those who don’t enjoy the texture of porridge, give whole sprouted oats a try! You can add all the same spices and toppings as traditional porridge (fruit, nuts, cinnamon, nut butter etc.) for a chewy, satisfying, nutritious breakfast. They are also a wonderful substitute for rice if you’re looking for variety in taste and texture. Swap sprouted oats 1:1 for non-sprouted oat groats. You can find delicious recipes using sprouted hulless oats here.
Aline Giroux (verified owner) –
Love sprouted hulless oats. I own a flocker (makes oats into flakes)… I flake your oats …then I make porridge, oatmeal cookies….anything you would use flaked oats for in recipies.
helen walsh (verified owner) –
I LOVE these oats – cant eat the mushy ones from super market anymore.
fguyaux (verified owner) –
I finally found a source of healthy rice, lentilles and beans, and I love the whole oats. Because of the sprouting, I can eat and digest them, thank you! Top quality, I love every product that I ordered.