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colloidal oatmeal (oatmeal that has been ground into a fine powder, e.g. Aveeno) coats, soothes, stops itch and doesn't dry out the skin
Umphokoqo is like oatmeal (porridge) but is made of corn.
Hot cereal, grits or oatmeal are all pretty close.
wheat, oatmeal and corn.
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if there was, it was probably called porridge or something because oatmeal is like porridge.
Had a dog with dry skin issues also. Vet suggested oatmeal baths. Worked very well for her. Can find dog shampoos with oatmeal in it already.
Something ejected from a chemical or heating process. If you boil oatmeal quickly some of the oatmeal will be ejected from the pan. That material would be ejectate. ??
coffee, oatmeal, rice, pudding, potatoes, photo
The term "yummiest" can only be defined by you. But if you want something really healthy, try real oatmeal, not processed or anything. Not the instant oatmeal ones either.
try a baby shampoo. something like Johnson and Johnson oatmeal shampoo. the oatmeal is very soothing to irritated skin.
No, oatmeal isn't a dairy product. Oatmeal is a grain or cereal.
You certainly don't have to, unless you are giving them a special treat. Chickens love cooked oatmeal just the way it is. They would love oatmeal mixed with milk, but as milk isn't really cheap, it's probably not something you would want to keep up.
there are no eggs in oatmeal.
I like oatmeal.
cream is a good moisturizer for your tongue