Hot cereals like oatmeal, farina and Cream of Wheat have been long on nostalgia, but short on convenience. Now comes the recession, and consumers are making the time. Oatmeal has emerged as a favorite, providing stick-to-your-ribs satiety, a lot of fiber and complex carbohydrates, and virtually no cholesterol. Newspaper and magazine articles, as well as popular websites, have helped get the word out. Women's health site divinecaroline.com recently named “oats” as its No. 1 healthy food for ...

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