Steel cut oats are whole, toasted groats that are cut up instead of rolled into flakes. Other names for steel cut oats include Irish, Scotch and pinhead oats. More »

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Steel-cut oats refer to oats that undergo minimal processing; farmers simply cut groats, or grain kernels, into small pieces to produce these oats, while quick or rolled oats undergo a treatment involving steaming and fl... More »

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Steel-cut oats have slightly fewer calories per serving and rate lower on the glycemic index than rolled outs due to less processing. Rolled oats cook quicker than steel-cut oats and contain as much fiber, but may become... More »

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Oat bran consists of only the bran of the oat seed, while rolled oats are made when whole grain oats, or groats, are pressed between rollers. Commonly served as hot cereal, both contain many important nutrients. More »

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Some types of commonly known grains include whole grains, barley, oats and wheat germ. Other types of less commonly known grains include corn and rice. More »

According to the Whole Grains Council, some of the most common types of whole grain foods include rice, oats, quinoa, rye, sorghum, spelt, teff and wheat. While most of these grains can be consumed on their own, it is co... More »

A list of cereal grains includes wheat, corn, barley, rye, millet, oats, rice, sorghum and teff. Some whole grains that are considered pseudo-cereal grains include buckwheat, quinoa and amaranth. More »