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Old 09.11.2020, 16:25
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Hamlyns oatmeal equivalent

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Does anyone know anything somewhat equivalent to Hamlyns Oatmeal?
https://hamlynsoats.co.uk/product/ha...ttish-oatmeal/
Or, any idea how to motivate them to ship outside of the UK?
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Old 09.11.2020, 16:46
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Re: Hamlyns oatmeal equivalent

These are steel cut oats, you can find this in Switzerland. Seen them in Manor Foods, Amavita and a variety of online shops
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Re: Hamlyns oatmeal equivalent

I wouldn’t recommend storing products like this for more than a couple of months, that is unless you like pantry flies.
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Re: Hamlyns oatmeal equivalent

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I wouldn’t recommend storing products like this UNSEALED for more than a couple of months, that is unless you like pantry flies.
Ideally inside a sealed plastic container.
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Re: Hamlyns oatmeal equivalent

What about these ones?

https://jbmarket.ch/product/scotts-porridge-oats-1kg/

https://jbmarket.ch/product/nairns-g...ats-bags-450g/
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Re: Hamlyns oatmeal equivalent

Ah, somehow the quoting doesn't work.
Thank you Verbier! Will try them (and some other items from that online shop, which I didn't know about )


bowlie I keep mine in the fridge (together with other items such as organic flour), the flies don't like it there
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Re: Hamlyns oatmeal equivalent

Lol, I'm Scottish to the core, but 2 things I hate are porridge oats and haggis.

And if you think that's bad I also hate cheese with a vengeance, it's satanic for me, I could faint at the smell esp if it's been cooked. I have to go as far as putting mentholated stuff under my nose so I can pass Raclette stalls, either that or I have to run past quickly. I've gone as far as telling my OH if he ever got us invited to a fondue party I'd see him in the divorce courts
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