How To Soak Oats – Reduce Phytic Acid!

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This video shows you how you can soak your oats to neutralize phytic acid, and get as much nutrition as you can out of them. It is easy, fast, and extremely good for your teeth as well!

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ggreflexes says:

Is it necessary to add all those other ingredients or can i just soak it with water overnight??

king D* & Royal S* says:

what about organic oatmeal ????

Omnipotent Being says:

Hello Dano, I've researched on the best ways to reduce phytic acid in grains. For some grains all you need is the water and sea salt and just soak over night and majority of the phytic acid will disappear. This is not the case for Oats. They lack the enzyme phytase to break down the phytic acid. The ACV and salt helps but studies have shown that including a grain flour (tsp) high in phytase like Rye can reduce the phytic acid to almost nothing with overnight soaking. I've also read that warmer water at about 125 degrees is helpful as well.

thruthebook says:

I rinsed mine after the soak and they were still very sour. Does the vinegar soak into the oats or will most of it rinse off? Thanks!

Jack Tripper says:

thanks for thevid 🙂
so 8 hours later you just eat them? or is it necessary to boil them

Doodle Doodle says:

right on! but I bet all 76 viewers have all asked themselfs why the vinegar and salt :<

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