Oat Groats

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Oat - Processing - Sizing of Groats
... Many whole oat groats break during the de-hulling process, leaving the following types of groats to be sized and separated for further processing whole oat groats, coarse steel cut groats, steel cut ... Groats are sized and separated using screens, shakers and indent screens ... After the whole oat groats are separated, the remaining broken groats get sized again into the 3 groups (coarse, regular, fine), and then stored ...
Rolled Oats
... Rolled oats are traditionally oat groats that have been rolled into flat flakes under heavy rollers and then steamed and lightly toasted ... The oat, like the other cereals, has a hard, inedible outer husk that must be removed before the grain can be eaten ... After the outer husk (or chaff) has been removed from the still bran-covered oat grains, the remainder is called oat groats ...
Oatmeal - Use
... The oat grains are de-husked by impact, then heated and cooled to stabilize the "Oat groats", the seed inside the husk ... The process of heating produces a nutty flavor in the oats ... These oat groats may be milled to produce fine, medium or coarse oatmeal ...

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