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Weetbix :D

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Weetbix :D


vitabrits are better :P

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Banana + milk. Tastes like milkshake and is also healthy. :-)

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vitabrits are better :P

Ants just raided my vitabrits today :|

 

so I bought some WEETBIX :D
 

post #66 of 109

I had one of my favorite quick breakfasts this morning, a breakfast burrito. Spread some refried beans on a tortilla, top with taco meat, microwave till hot. Top with a scrambled egg, cheese, salsa, wrap it up and enjoy. I like mine slathered with habenero sauce ;-). Only take a few minutes to make if you have leftover taco stuff in the fridge.

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Mcdonalds if it didn't kill me.

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Mcdonalds if it didn't kill me.


Nothing wrong with an Egg McMuffin every once in a while. 

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So you are saying that your Cap'n Crunch is better after a short burn-in? Does the flavor get more open and transparent? Do you taste more detail in the flavor notes?


Cereal burn-in is a huge myth. You are fooling yourself if you think it is anything other than your mind playing tricks on you.

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Banana + milk. Tastes like milkshake and is also healthy. :-)


A solution for me in a rush :)

post #72 of 109

"NAKED BRAND"     All natural fruit +boosts Protein juice smoothie.....30 grams of protein from soy and whey...no sugar added no preservatives no GMO and Gluten free, Each 15.2 fl oz contains 2 and a 1/3 apples, 1 banana, 1/3 orange a hint of pineapple and coconut.....OUTSTANDING and really is suppose to be two servings in one bottle.. Only two draw backs It's $3.99 and VERY PERISHABLE........I've been getting them at Kroger's 2 for 5 bucks.......Best quick breakfast or lunch that I've found.....Try one you'll be hooked..

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Cereal burn-in is a huge myth. You are fooling yourself if you think it is anything other than your mind playing tricks on you.


Cereal burn-in a myth? Maybe. But cereal soak-in? Not at all. In fact, for those who prefer a smoother, more laid back sound...er, taste..I recommend letting your cereal soak for a good 10 minutes. Everything just becomes more cohesive, more silky.

 

It's us grado lovers who like that sharp contrast who eat their cereal straight after the milk is poured on.

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I'm not sure on what it covers, but I can say that my allergies appear to be milder since I started using honey in my smoothies. Studies have been conducted that support this, but it doesn't work for everyone. It's worth a shot at least!


Thanks. This is particularly timely for me, since NYC has just lifted its ban on beekeeping. Which should mean a lot more local honey available in the greenmarkets. I'll definitely give this a try.

 

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Please Doctor Ben, certainly the obvious  I thought , needn't be verbalised to this group ;)

 

 

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Cereal burn-in is a huge myth. You are fooling yourself if you think it is anything other than your mind playing tricks on you.




 

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Cereal burn-in a myth? Maybe. But cereal soak-in? Not at all. In fact, for those who prefer a smoother, more laid back sound...er, taste..I recommend letting your cereal soak for a good 10 minutes. Everything just becomes more cohesive, more silky.

 

It's us grado lovers who like that sharp contrast who eat their cereal straight after the milk is poured on.


I think what we need here is definitely DBT: double blind tasting, that is.

post #75 of 109

Ooh, a man after my own heart.

Might I suggest honey nut cheerios? So simple, a veritable classic, but so very good. None of that ridiculous oreo or chocolate chip cookies for breakfast nonsense.

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