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Old 11-11-2004, 10:03 PM   #581
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Re: What was for breakfast today?

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Sierra Cook, who makes 10 grain cereal you had for today's breakfast? What brand?
It is made by Bob's Red Mill and you can order it from their website.

http://www.bobsredmill.com/catalog/i...p;product_ID=2
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Old 11-11-2004, 11:03 PM   #582
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What was for breakfast today?

Oh, I think, now that you mention the brand, I've seen it at Whole Foods.
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Old 11-12-2004, 07:35 AM   #583
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Good morning, Juliev, how was that croissant?!? :D
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Good morning, Juliev, how was that croissant?!? :D
lol.. you remembered!! I had a maple-glazed one.. I figured, why not? and it was deeeeeeeeeeeeeeelish..but I had tea instead of coffee... oh, good morning to you too.. have a good weekend, if I don't see ya.
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Old 11-12-2004, 09:57 AM   #585
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MMMMMMMMMMMM sounds great! Croissants are great. Maple glazed? Never heard of such a thing! But it sounds very good! :)
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OK, can anyone tell me what the 10 grains in that abovementioned cereal are? I can only find 7 grain cereal here. 10 grain sounds cool.

Oh, and breakfast so far has been coffee...but I will go forage for leftovers soon.
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I had some biscuits leftover from lastnight so I threw together some sausage gravy & scrambled some eggs for breakfast this morning.
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OK, can anyone tell me what the 10 grains in that abovementioned cereal are? I can only find 7 grain cereal here. 10 grain sounds cool.

Oh, and breakfast so far has been coffee...but I will go forage for leftovers soon.
those last three grains make it oh so much better alix... you are really missing out... lol, just teasing

i had a giant pot of earl grey supreme, and a diet slice soda, and leftover grilled hot italian sausage...
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Smart arse! It was just curiousity you big tease! I have a recipe for 10 grain bread that has only ever been 7 grain bread.
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I had a strawberry pop tart and tea while trying to talk on the phone.
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