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Old 01-31-2007, 10:24 AM   #1
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Question anyone know the nutrition info on this oatmeal?

I know this is an odd question... sorry.

I like instant oatmeal alot. Its good for a quick breakfast or dinner when I don't feel like making something. Since they don't really sell it in japan (only flavour is mushroom) I get american friends to mail it to me. They take them out of the original boxes to save room.

Anyway, I have tried to find the nutritional information on this one but I'm not having any luck. Anybody recognize it and can help me out?

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You should be able to find it at calorieking.com. Hope that helps.
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I actually have a box of this oatmeal in my cabinet! The brand name is Sturm's (which isn't on the individual packets).

Nutritional info:

Calories: 120
-Calories from fat: 25
Total fat: 2.5g
-No saturated or trans fat
-Polyunsaturated fat: 1.5g
-Monounsaturated fat: 0.5g
Cholesterol: 0mg
Sodium: 90mg
Potassium: 350mg
Total Carb.: 22g
-Dietary Fiber: 6g
-Soluble Fiber: 4g
-Sugars: 1g
-Sugar Alcohols: 2g
Protein: 4g

It looks like it is packed full of vitamins, too!!

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Old 01-31-2007, 11:47 AM   #4
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Mushroom oatmeal???
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Old 01-31-2007, 12:05 PM   #5
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Mushroom oatmeal???
That just sounds disgusting!
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Two foods that I love - but together? Yuck.
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The idea of mushroom oatmeal doesn't sound as gross to me - oatmeal itself can be savory or sweet (most folks prepare the latter) - I'd imagine that to be something like a mushroom risotto, with a nuttier (oattier?) flavor.
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warlock--you know you're right. nelie posted a recipe for savory oats just the other day and I didn't think of it in that light.
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The idea of mushroom oatmeal doesn't sound as gross to me - oatmeal itself can be savory or sweet (most folks prepare the latter) - I'd imagine that to be something like a mushroom risotto, with a nuttier (oattier?) flavor.
I think I'll pass, lol.

It's a matter of expecting a certain flavor. Like the time I accidentally ate a big glob of wasabi thinking it was guacamole.

Woooooooooooo, let me tell you, I couldn't eat the rest of the day.
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It's a matter of expecting a certain flavor. Like the time I accidentally ate a big glob of wasabi thinking it was guacamole.
OUCH!
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