I like the energy and state of mind that eating oatmeal gives me. Are there any boxed, packaged cold cereals that have the same ingredients? What other foods generally have a similar nutritional profile in terms of energy?
So I've decided that I need to make my own damn cereal. I DO NOT WANT HOT CEREAL. I want to know how I can make my own COLD cereal, which can be used as the base for milk and blueberries. [more inside]
I've been stuck in a multigrain Cheerios + sweetened soy milk + scrambled egg rut for wayyy too long. I'd like to eat healthier, filling breakfasts with whole grains, and learn to like savory foods for breakfast as well. Details inside! [more inside]
I love oatmeal. Loooove it. Preferably not instant, almost thick enough to stand a spoon up in, with a sprinkle of fun toppings. CHEAP, low fat, filling, easy, good for you if you lay off the brown sugar. The bad news? Over the last few years I seem to have become allergic to oats (allover itchies and gut churning badness). So, chefs of MeFi, what hot cereal recipe should I turn to which most closely resembles oatmeal, especially in mouth-feel? [more inside]
I am currently feeding my baby rice cereal (just powdered rice) which I mix with a little hot water and breast milk into a sort of thick goop however I have noticed that if I leave it for around five or so minutes it begins to turn into a much runnier almost liquid consistency. I would have thought it would have got thicker over time. Could someone please explain why this happens?
What are some good healthy alternatives to help me wean myself off of sugary breakfast cereals? [more inside]
Milk first or cereal first? [more inside]
Is cereal a soup? [more inside]
Why does my pee smell like Cheerios? [more inside]
Why does this breakfast cereal upset my stomach, despite all of its ingredients appearing to be safe for me? [more inside]
How did Quaker tally the votes in the great Quisp vs Quake cereal war? [more inside]
Please recommend a low glycemic, high fiber, negligible sugar containing cereal that is oat and wheat free, and can be eaten cold. Kamut and spelt are OK. Recipes are OK too.
I recently bought Bob's Red Mill 10 Grain Hot Cereal at my local grocery store, after hearing lots of good things about the brand as a whole. I was surprised and disappointed to find that I didn't like it at all. It had such a bitter taste! [more inside]
Does anyone remember this cereal from the 1980s? The commercial was for a hot cereal so gross-looking that the kids had to wear paper bags on their heads, but they said it was really great-tasting and chocolatey. Is this just my own imagination at work, or did it actually exist?
QuotationFilter: "Serious over my cereal, I broke one morning my fast, with something-to-read-searching retina ... " [more inside]
What was this cereal I enjoyed so much as a child in the UK? [more inside]
Sometimes I decide that I should buy Grape Nuts for breakfast because this cereal seems to be very healthy. Unfortunately, I always lose interest when I actually eat the cereal. Is there anybody out there who eats Grape Nuts daily and enjoys it? What do you do to it to make it edible?
Looking for a low-sugar (diabetic friendly) oat-based cereal with "mass" to it, preferably flakes of some sort. [more inside]
Did the old yellow+orange+red spheres version of Trix taste better than the current multicolored Trix or am I just looking at the past with rose tinted tastebuds? [more inside]
In a box of cereal containing two objects of differing density, how does one ensure a roughly even ratio throughout the box's use? That is to say, how do you keep the bottom of the box from being all grain and no marshmallow? [more inside]
How do I make awesome cereal bars? [more inside]
Where can I find an old school commercial of "other" cereal bowls in which they compare how many bowls it takes to equal the nutrition in ONE BOWL of Total? [more inside]
What type of plastic is used for lining breakfast cereal boxes. Is this a recyclable material?
Help me find some Oaties! [more inside]
What do I with 2 gross ingredients? [more inside]
I've been trying really hard to find this commercial for a long time with no luck. It is from the late nineties I think and it is most likely a cereal commercial. Description: A guy is eating cereal but his long hair keeps falling in the bowl, so he goes to the bathroom and bends over as if he's eating cereal. He cuts his hair so that it won't fall in bowl anymore. Then he goes back and eats cereal without hair in the way. The song playing in the background has lyrics that go: "The time has come for us to say 'sayonara.'" Anyone remember this? Have links to commercial or song? Any info would help.
Is there a supplement or other item I can ingest with breakfast that will help me digest BLUE #1? [more inside]
I want to either buy or make muesli that looks, tastes and feels like the muesli that is available for breakfast in most European hotels. [more inside]
Where are some good recipes for making your own cracked wheat cereal, combined with other grains like millet, quinoa, etc? [more inside]
Why do Corn Pops come in that weird, waxy-papery bag?
Wanted: Extremely cheap non-milk replacement for cereal eating. [more inside]
Can you help me find rice, corn, and wheat cereals in the UK that roughly correspond with Chex? [more inside]
When I eat Golden Crisp cereal in the morning, my urine smells for the rest of the day. [more inside]
We've seen adverts extolling the virtues of probiotics for years, now. On the TV a few minutes ago I was informed that Weetaflakes contain prebiotics. What's the difference? Should I care?
Where can I buy Farmer Crock? [more inside]
Lead-GlazeFilter: I just bought a nice bowl at a Japanese market. It was made in Japan. Is there lead in the glaze? Is it safe to eat from? If it had been made in China, what then? Is this an issue of individual bowls or of country regulations? I know in the US there are laws against lead leaching glazes.
Western Australia filter: Does anyone know any shops in the Perth metro area that sell breakfast cereals from the UK or US?