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What's your favorite breakfast cereal

Discussion in 'Nutrition & Supplements' started by Llirik, Jan 15, 2010.

  1. never2old

    never2old Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for quoting civicboy. There goes yet another DUH! for me, the DUH-boy: missed civicboy's mention of Weetabix earlier. :bang:
    [Edit: did you change your JSF member name? There is another potential DUH! for me!]

    Wtbx was introduced to me this past weekend. I enjoyed it with milk and heated in the microwave on full power for exactly 70 seconds, exactly as instructed. (but different microwaves might require different cooking times) I added honey for sweetening, also as instructed. But I could imagine lots of other ways to sweeten it effectively, if desired...
     
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    All of them...
     
  3. never2old

    never2old Well-Known Member

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    Peanut Butter Captain Crunch ... :drool:
     
  5. AndiMAC

    AndiMAC Well-Known Member

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    Cold cereal is a major weakness of mine. I try to eat as healthy as I can and follow serving size (what a joke) Mostly I have been eating Kashi Go Lean (or as I like to call it, sticks and twigs) or Flax flakes from my local grocer's organic aisle.


    My favorite though would probably be either Fruity Pebbles or Cap'N Crunch....Mmmmmmmmmmmmmm :drool:
     
  6. never2old

    never2old Well-Known Member

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    Okay, "virtual ditto" AndiMAC. And Gance, and Pete5. Include Fruit Loops, Cheerios, Cocoa Pebbles and Cocoa Puffs.

    But lately I am discovering great flavors where I would not expect. And I'm especially enjoying various yogurts mixed with various cereals. I have found that just a 1/4 cup of, say, Cap'n Crunch does wonders for jazzing as much as 6 ounces of plain yogurt.

    Overall though, I am de-emphasizing cereals in favor of various egg and fresh fruit preparations. Yogurts will probably remain my most constant or regular, everyday breakfast food, with or without cereals.
     

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