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Old 12-29-2018, 04:02 PM   #21
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For those of you who use oats, which one have you had better experience with, as far as the texture of the meatloaf goes? Quick oats or old fashioned whole?
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Old 12-29-2018, 04:29 PM   #22
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For those of you who use oats, which one have you had better experience with, as far as the texture of the meatloaf goes? Quick oats or old fashioned whole?
Iíve used both no different in my opinion.
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Old 12-29-2018, 04:41 PM   #23
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Iíve used both no different in my opinion.
Thank you, I'll try it next time I make meatloaf. I have the whole rolled oats and was concerned it may make the meat chewy.
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Old 12-29-2018, 08:28 PM   #24
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I love meat loaf, and the main reason I make it is for the sandwiches. Now I'm going to have to make one, it's been a while.
Me, too!

While I often find reasons to avoid eating meatloaf in the way it is intended, I love a cold meatloaf sandwich on a kaiser roll with mustard and onions.
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Bucky, same here. I'll have a slice of meat loaf for dinner the day I make it, but the leftover sandwiches are bonus. I like it best barely warmed - just enough to get the chill off - with mayo on an onion bun. But any bread will do. LOL
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Old 12-29-2018, 09:01 PM   #26
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Bucky, same here. I'll have a slice of meat loaf for dinner the day I make it, but the leftover sandwiches are bonus. I like it best barely warmed - just enough to get the chill off - with mayo on an onion bun. But any bread will do. LOL
Ohh yes, there's nothing better than a meatloaf sandwich and this is how I make mine, except on meatloaf sandwiches, I prefer Miracle Whip. But the onion definitely has to be there.
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Ohh yes, there's nothing better than a meatloaf sandwich and this is how I make mine, except on meatloaf sandwiches, I prefer Miracle Whip. But the onion definitely has to be there.

Oh yes. I am so craving a meatloaf sandwich now!
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For those of you who use oats, which one have you had better experience with, as far as the texture of the meatloaf goes? Quick oats or old fashioned whole?
I only buy the Old Fashion Whole Oats. I use them at times for Oatmeal cookies and still make a pot of oatmeal for Pirate. If I am in the mood for making meatloaf, I sometimes will make it following the recipe on the box.
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Meatloaf sandwiches remind me of my old camping days with my young family. The packing wasn't complete until a huge meatloaf was added to the ice chest for sandwiches, especially on the tiresome first night with setting up camp.


I agree, sliced onion is a must and hopefully a red one sliced paper thin.


Oh yeah, meatloaf for the start of the new year!!
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Meatloaf sandwiches remind me of my old camping days with my young family. The packing wasn't complete until a huge meatloaf was added to the ice chest for sandwiches, especially on the tiresome first night with setting up camp.

I agree, sliced onion is a must and hopefully a red one sliced paper thin.

Oh yeah, meatloaf for the start of the new year!!
That sounds like a plan to me. I think I will pull out the oatmeal box and use that recipe.
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