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Old 07-13-2009, 04:43 PM   #1
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Default Oooops... Flaked Weat v Flaked Oats

I meant to pickup Flaked Oats this weekend and while in the store accidentally picked up flaked Wheat instead.

Can I still use this in my chocolate Stout to add more body etc...??

I don't think I can make it back to the store by brew day as I'm off work around the time the stores near me close and I work saturday.

Sunday is brew day...

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Go to the grocery store and get rolled oats from the bulk bin.

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How much is it? Should be perfectly fine. But, the Quaker (quick kind, 1-minute) are rolled oats which are essentially the same as flaked oats. You can use them interchangeably.

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How much is it? Should be perfectly fine. But, the Quaker (quick kind, 1-minute) are rolled oats which are essentially the same as flaked oats. You can use them interchangeably.
It's only 1/2 lb.

Cool I didn't know they were almost the same.

I'll swing by and pick up a box tonight.

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It's only 1/2 lb.

Cool I didn't know they were almost the same.

I'll swing by and pick up a box tonight.
yup, I use Quaker Instant and find them interchangeable with flaked oats from the LHBS.

Psst! Cheaper too.
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