Morrisons Free From Gluten Free Oats £1.20 for 1 KG @ Morrisons Instore & Online
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Morrisons Free From Gluten Free Oats £1.20 for 1 KG @ Morrisons Instore & Online

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Expires on 18/10/2020Posted 4th FebEdited by:"sotv"
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But all oats are gluten free! Unless packing factory is doing crap job and contaminating it with wheat from different products.
blueyellowred04/02/2020 13:26

But all oats are gluten free! Unless packing factory is doing crap job and …But all oats are gluten free! Unless packing factory is doing crap job and contaminating it with wheat from different products.


It’s exactly because of the risk of cross contamination that these exist.

They’re also harvested a certain distance from wheat fields to ensure they are gluten free.

For those of us with medical conditions that mean we need to be 100% gluten free (rather than the fad dieters) “gluten free” oats are our only option
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I haven't had these in maybe a year as they changed them and they became really chewy
But all oats are gluten free! Unless packing factory is doing crap job and contaminating it with wheat from different products.
Great for overnight oats these.
Been this price for some while now.
blueyellowred04/02/2020 13:26

But all oats are gluten free! Unless packing factory is doing crap job and …But all oats are gluten free! Unless packing factory is doing crap job and contaminating it with wheat from different products.


It’s exactly because of the risk of cross contamination that these exist.

They’re also harvested a certain distance from wheat fields to ensure they are gluten free.

For those of us with medical conditions that mean we need to be 100% gluten free (rather than the fad dieters) “gluten free” oats are our only option
greenstick04/02/2020 13:43

It’s exactly because of the risk of cross contamination that these e …It’s exactly because of the risk of cross contamination that these exist.They’re also harvested a certain distance from wheat fields to ensure they are gluten free.For those of us with medical conditions that mean we need to be 100% gluten free (rather than the fad dieters) “gluten free” oats are our only option


Fair enough. Shame that you have to pay through the nose for stuff.
greenstick04/02/2020 13:43

It’s exactly because of the risk of cross contamination that these e …It’s exactly because of the risk of cross contamination that these exist.They’re also harvested a certain distance from wheat fields to ensure they are gluten free.For those of us with medical conditions that mean we need to be 100% gluten free (rather than the fad dieters) “gluten free” oats are our only option


This isn't fair. Some of us are not coeliac but have a wheat intolerance.

Barley, for me at least, is fine. And I have never been on a diet - ever.
It's a good price. Not crazy money. I mean ready break for 750g costs something like £3
ricey04/02/2020 18:37

This isn't fair. Some of us are not coeliac but have a wheat …This isn't fair. Some of us are not coeliac but have a wheat intolerance.Barley, for me at least, is fine. And I have never been on a diet - ever.


What’s not fair? If you have an intolerance then it’s a medical condition. Those that choose to be gluten free because it’s fashionable however...
greenstick04/02/2020 21:27

What’s not fair? If you have an intolerance then it’s a medical condition. …What’s not fair? If you have an intolerance then it’s a medical condition. Those that choose to be gluten free because it’s fashionable however...


I think ricey may have meant there is a third category in addition to medically gluten free and fad dieting, i.e. medically wheat free, although your originally comment presumably intended to incorporate all medically necessary diets. The rest is fair.

fellow coeliac
Edited by: "Katanaqui" 5th Feb
1kg porridge in a paper bag (No Plastic) is only 75p in Aldi. Admittedly not 'free from', so ok if you don't mind.
frugelle13/02/2020 10:26

1kg porridge in a paper bag (No Plastic) is only 75p in Aldi. Admittedly …1kg porridge in a paper bag (No Plastic) is only 75p in Aldi. Admittedly not 'free from', so ok if you don't mind.


Sawdust in a bag though,these are wholegrain rolled oats - a world of difference in quality.Aldi do a similar version for 1.49 (Not gluten free)
Well we think it is okay, it's the one in the blue packaging.
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