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Dominican Oatmeal /Avena Caliente

Going into the kitchen to try this now! Avena Dominicana pero con Leche de Almendra!

¡Entre Fogones con Mimi!

Oat history begins with the history of wild oats which have been considered a weed for as long as man has cultivated grain. The mutated and domesticated form of oat that we know and love, today, has only been cultivated for about 2,000 years (young for a grain).

It got its start in Europe and Asia Minor, and was probably used primarily to feed livestock. Eventually it gained favor as food for humans and became popular in both Ireland and Scotland.

Finally, it made its way to America where George Washington was reported to have planted 580 acres of his own land with oats (a strange choice at the time). Today, the vast majority of oats are grown in North America and Europe.

—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————  La historia de la avena silvestre comienza como lo que se ha considerado una maleza durante el tiempo que el hombre ha cultivado cereales. La forma…

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