Talk to me about Oat Fiber

(Not Weak) #1

Who uses oat fiber on the regular? I have admit that I hate the texture of coconut flour, so I stick mostly with almond flour. However, found a recipe for ‘pasta’ using oat fiber. I read somewhere (which I of course cannot find any longer) that it creates a better texture than coconut flour or almond flour, and that 1 part oat fiber is = to 2 parts wheat flour. Just looking for general knowledge or how you incorporate it into your recipes in place of the other alternative flours. Thanks!!

(Dustin Cade) #2

I’ve been wanting to buy some to try, I’m curious to know if there are any glycemic response.

(Richard Morris) #3

yeah Oat Fiber and Glucomannan powder - I’ve been looking for those ingredients too

(I like to post memes!) #4

@karbear17 Cooking Keto with Kristie uses Oat Fiber quite a bit - I’m sure she’s got some info out there!

(Not Weak) #5

Thanks! I will take a look!

(Dustin Cade) #6

Amazon has a 5lb bag for 25$, i figure that would be a years supply…

(Jane Reed) #7

U.S. residents may find it at Trader Joe’s.

(Dustin Cade) #8

I’ve looked at Trader Joe’s though I’ve not found it, I’ll have to look again.

(Not Weak) #9

I purchased a small bag on Amazon just to try it. I am excited to use it. It just don’t know enough about it. Was hoping to find awesome ways to use it in place of the odd texture I get (especially from coconut flour).

(Cheryl Meyers) #10

Is it any different from oat flour? I found this site, – and after reading realized that as I regularly eat konnyaku, not likely to need it!

And a search on reveals this: Hmm, it is kinda glue-like… :mask:

(Rebecca) #11

@richard you can get it from here. I got my noodles from them.

(jketoscribe) #12

Whole Foods has pat fiber in their bulk bins. But I don’t use it.