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The Venial Degradation of the Cocoa Krispies Mascots

In 1958, a team of crack food scientists, and probably a few posers, invented the miracle we know today as “Cocoa Krispies”. It remains the platonic ideal of cereals: It talks, doesn’t require added sugar, is made of rice and is low in fiber to facilitate gorging. 745 more words

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Granola

I love my granola,  it fills me up in the morning, it keeps me regular and day long.  It’s crunchy and good.

Ingredients:

3 cups of oats, I mix 1 cup of each: large oats, steal oats and regular oats, 314 more words

Breakfast Granola Cereal

REVIEW: Lucky Charms Frosted Flakes

“Sweet dreams are made of these. Who am I to disagree?”

Those simple lyrics from Eurythmics are all that played through my head the moment I got news of one of the most unexpected and fantastical collaborations in cereal history – Lucky Charms Frosted Flakes. 362 more words

Food Reviews

REVIEW: Trader Joe's Crunchy Cinnamon Squares Milk Chocolate Bar

Cinnamon Toast Crunch is the best sugary cereal in the breakfast aisle. You can come at me all you want with your Fruity Pebbles and your Cap’n Crunch and whatever the hell else, but you’re wrong. 375 more words

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What Is a Good Substitute for Milk When Eating Cereal?

What Is a Good Substitute for Milk When Eating Cereal?

Cereal with milk is a quick and healthy way to start your day. Top your cereal with fresh or frozen fruit, a handful of raisins or dried cranberries, and some slivered almonds, cashews or walnuts to add variety and improve the nutritive value of your breakfast. 509 more words

Health And Healing

Part of This Complete Breakfast

Oh, and I might as well mention the cereal.

Our script sale snagged us some… interesting fringe benefits. One of them was a letter each of us got out of the blue from Quaker Oats, followed by a big box filled with a case of the new Tiny Toons cereal.

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Everything We Love To Eat Is Bad For Us

Step away from those snacks!

According to a study published in The British Medical Journal, the amount of “ultra-processed food” in your diet is directly related to your risk of developing a number of different types of cancers. 213 more words

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