Definitions for "Oatmeal"
A plant of the genus Panicum; panic grass.
Oatmeal is known for its soothing properties in cosmetics. In soap, it adds texture for gentle exfoliation.
Soothing and healing. Benefits: Relief from itching and redness due to dry skin.
Keywords:  porridge
Kings of fiber, oats also deliver protein, potassium, magnesium and other minerals, and phytonutrients, including antioxidants. Their cholesterol-lowering powers are well known, and all that fiber is also believed to help stabilize blood sugar. Oats' combination of nutrients appears to have more healthy effects than if each nutrient were consumed separately — which seems to be true of all whole grains. And, they're inexpensive.
grain used as an add-on to breads due to its inability to become elastic when kneaded. When 1 to 2 tablespoons of dry oatmeal is added to whole-wheat dough it will make the bread sweeter and richer. Cooked oatmeal can be added to make the bread higher and lighter. When a bread recipe calls for oats they may be instant or rolled and are dry unless otherwise noted.
Keywords:  meal, cereal, flakes, hulled, flattened
Meal made of oats.
meal made from rolled or ground oats
a cereal ground from hulled oats, is available in three textures: coarse, medium, and fine. Old-fashioned rolled oats have been flattened into flakes and are preferred over quick-cooking oats for baking.
Keywords:  crepe, pebbled, linen, heavy, soft
A heavy soft linen fabric with a pebbled or crepe effect.
Keywords:  dog, carbohydrates, fibre, amino, iron
Dog Food ] Oatmeal supplies carbohydrates and amino acids, and is a good source of fibre. It is also high in iron.
Keywords:  product, processing
Oatmeal is a product made by processing oats.