Some breakfast cereals require cooking; others are packaged ready-to-eat. Roasted and rolled oatmeal, eaten as porridge, requires brief boiling. Cooking time of these processed cereals has been greatly reduced, and various “instant” forms are available.
Although oats are used chiefly as livestock feed, some are processed for human consumption, especially as breakfast foods. Rolled oats, flattened kernels with the hulls removed, are used mostly for oatmeal; other breakfast foods are made from the groats, kernels with husks removed, but unflattened.
Although a large portion of the world’s oat production is used for animal feed, oatmeal is a popular human food in many countries. Thin-skinned grains, fairly rich in protein and not too starchy, are selected. Preliminary cleaning is essential for human consumption. The oats are then kilned (roasted).
Ginger is shown having an argument with Orange that gingers have souls, too, which Orange doesn’t believe. While Pear couldn’t figure out what an Ouija board was doing (he thought it was Yahtzee) and how he was supposed to play it, Orange tried suggesting games and Ginger was then knifed. In the end of the episode, the planchette moves about spelling Ginger and then levitates and turns into Ginger’s soul, making Orange and Pear scream. Pumpkin was brought into the kitchen and Orange mistaked him for his big brother. Pumpkin told Orange that he is actually a pumpkin and became annoyed when Orange repeatedly called him “Plumpkin”. Eventually, Pumpkin gets very frustrated by Orange and yelled at him to stop it.