The basic way a pinhole camera works is that light goes through a pinhole (a very small hole in the front of the light-proof container) and hits the photographic paper at the back of the container, which reacts when exposed to light and creates the picture. So, to apply this to an oatmeal box, get …
Liver works well for catfish, as does a dough made from breakfast flakes such as Wheaties and milk. Also canned corn will work for several species of fish. I've heard of people trout fishing with the tiny colored marshmellows, and have used frayed cigarette filters as "flys" to cat…
If you are raising baby ducks in a brooder, they eat a special mash with added protein that you can buy at any farm supply store. They also eat smashed corn, wet soft bread, mashed raw tomatoes and mashed boiled eggs. Ducklings eat rolled oats, worms, other insects and clover grass. And also little …
"Quakers" is a name given to the religious group "The Religious Society of Friends," which began in England around the 17th century. Adherents tend to avoid clergy and rituals and focus on personal spiritual experiences. The founders included George Fox (1624-1691). Quakers are a group of Christian…
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Yes. Horses can safely consume oats. Sugar cubes make good use as horse treats.Since both can be viewed as "treats", be sure to give them only a reasonable amount when they deserve it.
I definitely remember that this was for Cream Of Wheat. For what it's worth, my girlfriend remembers it, too. I also remember this commercial. My sibs & I used to say to my little sister "WHAT'S THAT BOWL DOING, FOLLOWING YOU AROUND!!!!"
they were people that wanted peace 4 every1 else
Calories in oatmealIn plain oatmeal cooked with water, there are:180-220 calories in 1 average size bowl180 calories in 1 cup of cooked oatmeal147-160 calories in a cooked 8 oz or 227g serving120 calories in cooked 6 oz or 170g serving70 calories in a cooked 3½ oz or 100g serving18-20 calories in e…
yes u can feed chickens oats, scraps from dinna (including meat, BUT NOT CHICKEN) wheat, grain, bread anything humans eat chickens can!!
I read in a poultry raising book that feeding chickens oats helps them get through hot weather.
Feeding chickens too much dairy, especially probiotic yogurt etc,…
It could be a type of parrot. It could be a person who worships in the manner suggested by George Fox.
about 3 cups in 1 pound
Canada, The United States.Oats grow where they are planted; the best known source is Scotland.
If the oatmeal is very warm, wait at least a day.Don't forget to rinse your mouth with water and salt in case oatmeal crumbles accumulate in the extraction holes. You must wait at least 24 hours after the extractions before rinsing your mouth with anything.
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There is no logical reason to can oatmeal. Oatmeal stores indefinitely in dry form, and cooks up in (literally) minutes. It is very doubtful that anyone's grandmother ever canned oatmeal. And cooking fresh oatmeal would be faster than defrosting frozen oatmeal.
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Each level tablespoon has about 5 grams of oat bran. Hope I was able to help you.According to Dukan 1 tbls = 1 table spoon = 12 grams = 0.42 ounces
Kelloggs All Bran Flakes .. 1 Cup = 34g
Bran Flakes --> 1 cup = 48 grams
I actually calculated this myself. From a 540g box of Bran Flakes, I measured 11.5 cups the first time and 11.25 cups the second time. I was going to average the two measurements (which would be slightly better "scien…
The Quakers were disliked for trying to change the laws of the English government.
3 cups in one pound of oatmeal
The veiled one of the black oat is known as Cailleach Corca
Cailleach Corca Duibhne is known as the veiled one of black oat.
There was a Celtic goddess referred to as 'Veiled One of Black
Oat.' This goddess was in charge of growing things, and her name
was Cailleach Corca Duibhne.
1 cup of oatmeal weighs 90 grams or 3 oz.
According to the website of Freedom Foods, who make 'wheat free oats':"...all oats do contain gluten, but it's not that simple. See, oats naturally contain a type of gluten called Avenin that is different to the type of gluten you find in wheat, rye, barley and triticale.Now if you talk to the Coeli…
Acient Eygypt is yet where there asummed to have originated
About 2.1 cups of Bran Flakes = 100g
Approximately 170 gm in a cup of rolled oats
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Worship together and they are still doing it! Like other faiths there are different branches but at the core of their activity is Worship from which comes concern and action within the world.
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Yes they call it Quker Oats because he was a Quaker and that was his religion and that's why he made the colony so that the Quakers could show their religion!!!!!!
About 2.4 cups.
The person who does the voice over is Rachael Harris.
Honey, anything in the world causes heartburn during pregnancy.
The Quakers were and still are 'The Society of Friends' or now frequently known as 'The Religious Society of Friends'.
Worshipped, ate, slept, married and raised families and earned a living like most other folk and they are still doing it!
Rolled oats comes from the oat plant. A part of the plant called a
groat is steamed and rolled under heavy rollers to make the oats
flat. Rolled oats is what oatmeal is made of.
One or two bowl fulls per day.
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Oats were once considered a weed, but have now become a very important crop worldwide. It can be eaten by animals and humans alike. Oat kernels have two tough husks that must be removed through various processes such as cleaning, toasting, husking and scouring. They have an outer covering of bran (…
oatmeal, smooth the skin, lemon juice shrinks the pimples, and alcohol cleans the skin very well removing all dirt, clogged pores, ect
As far as I can tell and scientific fact leads me, those things don't help acne at all. It might clear up some minor dermatitis, simply becau…
Rolled oats are basically just oats that have been processed in a
factory. However, there are few trace elements including
molybdenum, selenium and iodine.
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1 cup of oatmeal weighs 90 grams or 3 oz.
28 grams or 1-oz
Oatmeal does to reduce blood pressure. In one study, 850 people were categorized for the amount of oatmeal they consumed. One-bowl-per-day users had lower blood pressure and lower cholesterol. The effect was independent of age, weight, and intake of sodium, potassium, and alcohol. --- another opino…
Oat grains were found with the remains of ancient Egyptians. It is
thought that oats existed as a weed long before it was cultivated
as a cereal.
about 20 in 1 packet of plain oatmeal
crops that can survive cold winter conditions or have a short summer growing season
there is 4 grams of fat in one cup of regular oatmeal
The most common insect that is known for eating oats would be the
weevil. It is not only known for consuming them but also for
hatching in them.
Europe or round there like England in farm feilds
One cup of oatmeal weighs 5.5 ounces. There are 111 calories in one
cup of cooked oatmeal as well as 2 grams of fat, and 3 grams of
Oatmeal is ground oats.
Oats are are type of grain or cereal: The edible seed of the oat grass.
One meaning of the word meal is ground edible grain. (This meaning is also used in the word wholemeal which describes flour made from the whole grain.)
According to the Quaker Oats website, he is known affectionately as 'Larry'. Suggesting that he isn't necessarily anyone in particular any more than The Cookey Monster is anyone. He's simply a character who was created in 1877 by the Quaker Mills Co.
oars are from a field
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Oatmeal is probably one of the best grain foods for new chicks. Oats cannot be suitably prepared, however, in a common feed-mill. The hulled oats are what is wanted. They can be purchased as the common rolled oats, Quaker brand plain rolled oats or similar are fine but d…
About 1.3 depending on the flavor and brand.
Oats do not contain any gluten, however they do contain avenin, which a an oat protein that performs the same function as gluten in the plant. Almost everyone who has a gluten intolerance also has an avenin intolerance, with the exception of various tribes throughout the world who historically exclu…
This may vary from brand to brand, but this will be about 2 1/2 cups for Oatmeal (Rolled Oats). I verified this with the brand I use, Country Choice Organic Oven Roasted Oats available from Trader Joe's. Groats and Steel Cut are much different.
Oats are a type of grain, Avena sativa.
Yes and no. What I mean is always eat in moderation. It's healthier to eat some fruit and egg whites but oatmeal is still relatively good. I recommend Kashi (the brand) oatmeal. It's REALLY good.
They arent good for you as such. This is just another passing fad claim by the medical community. Like most other foods they arent bad in moderation however there is NO scientific vidence to back up any claims that oats are good for you. The ONLY foods that are proven to be good for you are raw n…
I cup of uncooked plain (not instant) oatmeal is approximately 300 calories.
Oats are grown in the Midwest at Big Springs, Nebraska.They grow there because they have lots of sunlight there.Which is good for them.
Jesus invented oatmeal and everything else in the world
Hamsters can eat oats, however, cooked oatmeal is not advisable.
Because it makes it taste better. If you actually try it with and without salt, you'll see what I mean. Keep in mind that there should never be enough salt to make it actually taste salty, but a small amount simply makes it taste better and brings out all the other flavors you might add. This phen…
There are approximately 307 calories in one cup of dry rolled oats. For the calories in cooked oatmeal, see the page link, further down this page, listed under Related Questions.
Oats look like thin, paper-like seeds. They are generally white, but may be slightly tan in color. Their shape generally ranges from an elipse to a sickle shape.
People ate oats, and they fed oats to animals.
HiFirstly Oats is an abbreviation for Osteoarticular Transfer System and it is used for treating focal cartilage defects mostly in the knee.I am having this same procedure carried out on the 10th July 2008.The procedure can be carried out either through 'key hole' or 'open surgery' depending on the …
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Wheat and oats are entirely different plants. They are of the family of grains that includes rye, barley and so forth. Wheat cereals cannot be made from oats any more than turkey sandwiches can be made from pork. Oat cereals cannot be made from wheat any more than milk can be made from grinding up c…
Oats and oat bran contain lotsof dietary fiber and are helpful for
more than just good digestion; studies show that oats are good for
Oats can be used for more than just making cereal. They can also be
substituted in baking recipes for a 1/3 of the flour content!. One
cup of plain oatmea…
Grains because it is mainly oats and if you add milk you can also
say dairy. Added sugars can add empty calories especially if you
buy "fruit oatmeal" which comes from a box because the dried fruits
are processed and sugars are added for flavor.
There are about 75 calories in 1 paket of flavored qwaker oatmeal. The above answer is incorrect. There are 100 calories in Quaker Oats whole grain unsweetened plain instant oatmeal, according to their website. Start adding flavors, and the caloric content goes up. The Quaker Oats instant with raisi…
Oatmeal comes from oats. Oats are the seed grains of the common oat plant, Avena sativa. The oats can be cut into small pieces and/or rolled flat. Cook either form and you'll have oatmeal.
You should be able to buy it in the equitation market. If not, you can trade with other players. If you have no friends, wait to see if you get a bones wheat oat. Again if you did not get a bones product, you should be able to get it out of the horn of plenty, witch costs 1 pass. Try this, and if no…
Oatmeal should be fine. Just make sure to use water instead of milk.
I have a quaker parrot and I was eating oatmeal, it had cinnimon in it and I was afraid to give him some, can he eat it?
It depends on the horses weight and activity levels.A horse not being ridden only needs pasture/hay.horses in light work also only need pasture or hay.horses in moderate work can be feed 25%-40% of their ration in grains.horses in heavy work can be fed 40%-50% of their ration in grains.Oats are typi…
Oatmeal is usually eaten with a spoon, out of a bowl. It can be eaten plain or with milk on it. You can put brown sugar, syrup, cinnamon, jam or jelly on it. You can add berries, sliced banana or other fruit. Oatmeal can also be baked into cookies, plain or with nuts, raisins or chocolate chips.
Oatmeal is often grown and / or processed near wheat making the chances of cross contamination high. It is possible to buy gluten-free oats where extra attention has gone into assuring there has not been any gluten contamination. Bob's Red Mill and Trader Joe's are two brands that have GF oatmeal.
80g is 1/2 cup so that would make it 160g :-)
Place one cup of cold water in a pan, add one half cup of oats in the water, add a dash of salt, 1 1/2 tbsp margarine, stir oats into the water then cover with a lid and turn the heat down low and cook for 15-20min making sure to stir often to prevent it from sticking. When the oaks become softl, ad…