Dry oats by themselves do not a hydrating food make, but add water or milk for cooking and the thirst-quenching alchemy isn’t more than a few minutes off. Dry oats are incredibly absorbent, and the soluble fiber is known to keep blood sugar levels even and help to reduce bad cholesterol. A perfect choice for hydration-helping camp breakfasts when you're out on the hiking trail.
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