Why oats are linked with glue?

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Oats are a fantastic grain. They are high in fiber and proteins which are the perfect items to start your day with. Gluten-intolerant people can eat natural oats.

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It's likely that you had to try quite a few bowls of oatmeal before you found what and how you liked it.

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Everybody has options, and oats are processed in different ways, giving them a wide variety of textures and flavors.

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It's understandable why people associate instant oatmeal with glue if they've ever enjoyed a bowl of over-processed instant oatmeal.

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According to Healthfully, oatmeal contains a high amount of starch. The Kitchn points out that starch contributes to the chewy glue-like texture of oats.

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The intertwined histories of glue and oats are another reason why people associate them with each other.

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Because of their starch content, oatmeal can also be used as a glue extender. No wonder oatmeal has been associated with glue because of its texture.

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In addition to being an amazing food, they are also amazing for skin care and adhesives.

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However, oats weren't always valued for their nutritional value. After falling into the hands of the Scott family, the rich cereal was fully appreciated. 

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Early humans treated oats like a weed according to The History of Cereals, as the earliest recorded evidence shows the grain has been around for at least four millennia

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