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  1. Hey, I’m very excited about this site as an ABSOLUTE Defcon 5 cereal junkie.
    I only really only follow one other food blog on a daily basis but this will now be added.

    Really looking forward to it. Well done good sir!!

    • Thanks a (Honey) bunch (of Oats), Marc! Glad to hear you’ll be reading. Be sure to let us know if you have any ideas, as the site is still young (and always young at heart)!

  2. Does anyone know where to buy Kelloggs To Go breakfast mix? I love the cinnamon roasted candied pecan, and can’t find it anywhere. I live in TX.

    • Wow, that’s amazing, Sydney! I don’t even know if my daily pantry stockpile can stack up. What’s your all time favorite cereal?

      • Probably Cinnamon Toast Crunch (boring answer) since I’ve been eating it for 20+ years. But there might be a few defunct cereals I’d give it up for (including what Apple Jacks used to taste like when I was a kid).

  3. I have Post Raisin Bran for breakfast practically every morning. I add walnuts, blueberries and unsweetened almond milf. On the side I drink about 4 ounces of carrot juice. I think the breakfast is nutrionally balanced. The protein from the walnuts helps me avoid the mid morning crash I often have when I eat cereal alone. I eat Post Raisin Bran exclusively because the raisins are always soft and prevents tooth cracking. Other brans would occasionally have a Raisin so hard I could not soften in the milk and resulted in a broken tooth.

  4. Home Run Crunch is back. I either never paid attention or they never had it here before but I found it at Safeway and Walmart yesterday and scooped up 5 boxes. I am on my last three boxes of Halloween Crunch so this will fill the void.

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