By NRG Tribe on August 25, 2010
"This recipe calls for soaking the oats overnight in order to reduce anti nutrients and deactivate enzyme inhibitors, making it a true super food. Make sure to eat it with plenty of butter or cream to guarantee you absorb all of the vitamins and minerals. From Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon"
Serving Size: 1 (149 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"I am a big fan of Nourishing Traditions and always soak my oats. I find this makes 2 generous servings for us. I use whole milk yogurt for soaking and usually top with maple syrup or coconut nectar, fruit and a splash of milk or cream."
"This is the only way to eat oatmeal. It is especially good (almost a nutty flavour) if you are able to roll the oats right before soaking. I have an attachment for my Kitchen Aid that rolls the oats. Buying oat groats is cheaper than buying rolled oats. We top ours with coconut oil, cinnamon, maple syrup and cream. The kids love it and it is very healthy."