The old-school oats, in all their various forms, have been on everyone’s lips for decades, but what about the other forms of old fashioned oats?
The answer to that is a whole host of styles, and we decided to go through them one by one.
We decided to start with the most popular, the classic, the iconic, and the timeless.
In each of these cases, the name of the cereal was chosen to highlight the quality of the product, and to give a sense of the style.
For example, the first type of oats we’ll discuss is the classic oats.
These were traditionally made from oats grown in northern Europe by the Dutch.
They are grown for their sweet, aromatic flavour, and can last for decades.
The second type of old style oats we’re going to discuss is a classic style.
They’re the kind that people who grew up in the 1950s and 60s would associate with the old-style breakfast cereals they grew up with.
And the third type of classic oats we talk about is the iconic style.
These are the types of oats that people associate with vintage-inspired designer and clothing brand, Patagonia.
They’ve been around for over 70 years, and are still a staple for those who love a little classicism.
And finally, the timeless style oats are the ones that have been around since the first time people saw them.
They were first made by the French, and have since been exported to the United States, Europe, and beyond.
These types of old world oats have been used for centuries in Europe, Asia, and Africa, and they have been known to be healthy, nutrient-rich, and rich in minerals and vitamins.
To learn more about these old world types of grains, visit our infographic on oats, or visit our old-world oats page.