Ancient Whole Grain Hot Cereal - 2 lb. Bag - HBC
Whole Grain Hot Cereal
This whole grain goodness can be used alone as a nutritious and delicious hot breakfast, or can be taken up a notch with healthy add-ins like blueberries, maple syrup, whole cane sugar, or even yogurt! And of course you can keep it simple by just adding a pat of grass-fed butter or spoon of coconut oil.
Please don’t limit this nutrition power house to just the breakfast meal. It can be used as a great side item to meat and/or vegetables, a rice substitute or served cold in a grain salad!
Ancient Whole Grain Hot Cereal Directions
To prepare, use a ratio of 1 cup of cereal to 2 cups of water and bring it to a boil. Then on a low heat setting, let it simmer for approx. 20-25 minutes until the desired consistency is achieved.
When Healthy Traditions began to look at producing products in the U.S. from traditional sources, food that tested clean from GMOs, glyphosate, and other herbicides and pesticides, we were faced with a dilemma:
How do we package these high quality clean foods?
We began a search for packaging that did not contain harmful chemicals and was not harmful to the environment. What good is sourcing and selling high quality traditional food if it is going to be contaminated by the packaging?
The brown bags you see in our newest products, including our Cornbread Mix, reflect what we found was currently the best option for packaging our high-quality line of traditional products.
These bags harmlessly decompose anywhere that microbes are present (salt and fresh water, soil, landfills or in a backyard compost).
They decompose into organic matter without leaving any pollutants behind. (Independent Lab tests show - "None Detected.")
They have been lab tested for possible leaching of many heavy metals and pollutants, and none were found.
- pesticide contamination
- oatmeal grind
Great hot cereal
We really like this cereal. We have an old burr coffee grinder that is used to run the groats through prior to cooking. At the coarsest setting it comes out like Irish oatmeal grind or stone ground, some fines with partial groats. We cook it like rolled oats. It takes about 7 minutes before thickening and then let it sit for another 7-10 minutes. It’s a nice texture to eat and great with cinnamon, raisins, peaches, or what ever fruit or spice you choose. Eat and enjoy without the worry of pesticide contamination!!!