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6/16/08 5:14 P

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Well then the oat flour might be a better choice.

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6/16/08 2:10 P

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Interesting; but this recipe already had some wheat germ in it.

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CHEFSOPHIE's Photo CHEFSOPHIE Posts: 21,137
6/16/08 1:48 P

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I think wheat germ might also work.

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6/16/08 12:16 A

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THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN ANOTHER POSSIBILITY TO TRY MAYBE FOR THE NEXT BATCH, THANKS FOR THE REPORT BACK.

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6/16/08 12:14 A

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Thanks for reporting back on your results -- I was curious too.







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6/15/08 6:35 P

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I used the rolled oats . . . which seemed to work just fine. The muffins were rather bland, but I think it was just the recipe, not the substitution.

You couldn't even tell there were oats in there,a actually; altho I wonder if oat flour would've worked even better.

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6/14/08 7:20 P

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I had a recipe not long ago that called for oat bran (which is very expensive, by the way) and I think I used oats and whole wheat flour.

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6/14/08 6:56 P

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I DON'T SEE WHY THAT WOULD NOT WORK, AIN'T NO HARM IN TRYING IT ONE TIME ANYWAY, AND THEN GO FROM WHAT YOU LEARN ON THE FIRST BATCH TO TWEAK THE RECIPE FOR THE NEXT BATCH. THAT IS THE FUN IN LOVING TO COOK FINDING NEW WAYS TO MAKE OLD RECIPES BETTER. GOOD LUCK

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6/14/08 1:06 P

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I have no oat bran in the house, and I rarely use it, so is there something I could substitute in a muffin recipe? I'm thinking of maybe just plain ole oats.

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