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Hash Oats

hashbrowns have previously had breakfast acceptance. Fry oatmeal strands in omega 3 lipids to make a new kind of hash brown patty that is cardiobeneficial
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So it occured to me that no one yet eats hashbrowns made out of heart healthy oatmeal. McDonalds could move billions of these, benefiting hundreds of thousands, or even possibly millions.

Extruding the oatmeal goop to make strands, then cooking the pressed patties in a light spray of omega-3 lipids should do it. Oatmeal already tastes pretty good, so I think the flavor starts out OK, and then can improve with seasoning.

beanangel, May 22 2017

http://www.rickiheller.com/2015/10/savory-breakfast-oats/ vegans already do this
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       Just noticed the category and thought //extruded oatmeal goop// sounds rather difficult to drive through. Unless, of course, you equip your vehicle with special *oatmeal* tires (that's *oatmeal* tyres for the Brits).
Canuck, May 23 2017
  

       Or   

       Hashish oatmeal - breakfast of druggies   

       Hashish, a cannabis product   

       There is pot in the oatmeal pot?
popbottle, May 23 2017
  

       Magic mushrooms - breakfast of champignons.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 23 2017
  

       .....@.......@......... @.........@........   

       // no one yet eats hashbrowns made out of heart healthy oatmeal. //   

       There's a very good reason for that.   

       // Oatmeal already tastes pretty good, //   

       What ? We don't think so ...
8th of 7, May 24 2017
  

       A quick search shows that Vegans already make this stuff.
xandram, May 24 2017
  

       just waiting for somebody to get on their high horse...
FlyingToaster, May 24 2017
  

       I bet they don't fry it in butter, though! mmm
bungston, May 24 2017
  

       Sounds a bit like re-fried porridge.   

       The traditional scottish recipe is to melt a mars bar between two porridge fritters to form a kind of sandwich. This is then deep fried in a mixture of dripping and lard.
bigsleep, May 24 2017
  

       What, no batter ? Clearly the lo-cal option ...   

       Scotland espouses healthy eating, eh ? Who knew ...
8th of 7, May 24 2017
  

       Oatmeal fritters with pan-fried foie gras are just absolutely gorgeous. Of course, you leave the oatmeal fritters.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 24 2017
  

       There are very old traditional recipes involving pouring leftover porridge into a drawer, letting it cool and set, extracting the lump, slicing, and frying in bacon fat. A kind of Celtic polenta.
pocmloc, May 25 2017
  

       It's good stuff, Edinburgh castle uses it in its foundations - tougher than basalt ...
8th of 7, May 25 2017
  

       This sounds disgusting.
Voice, May 27 2017
  

       I might not be as good as that.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 27 2017
  
      
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