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3/4 c Old-fashioned oatmeal
1 1/3 c Cold water
1 tb Maple syrup or honey (optional)
In an earthenware dish or heavy ovenproof casserole with tight-fitting
lid, combine oatmeal, water, a pinch of salt and maple syrup, honey or
brown sugar if using them.
Cover tightly and place in 225'F. oven for 7 hours, or overnight, until the oatmeal reaches desired consistency.