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October 21, 2007


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Mike W.

Or even easier, in a fuzzy logic rice cooker you can just put it in the night before, put it on the porridge setting, set the timer, and when you wake up, it's ready.

I generally eat it with maple syrup. Not that I have it very often.

Moe Rubenzahl

Rice cooker idea is handy. Unfortunately, the logic in mine is not fuzzy.

I did forget to say (and added it now) that oatmeal is easily saved. I make a triple batch (1 c of oatmeal, 4 c water) on Sundays and have it twice more during the week.

> maple syrup

Sweet idea.

(Sorry for that).

keith carlsen


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