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Peregrine Trousers wrote: Who'd have thought cereals could be such a rich source of discussion.
as well as iron, fibre and vitamins !
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Peregrine Trousers wrote: Who'd have thought cereals could be such a rich source of discussion.
:natter:
It’s a ‘cereal’ ;) which you have to follow as you want to know what happens next. Coming up in the next episode:-

Will Sue Donym buy the much needed yogurt to make cereal tasty?
What other tasty treats will Swingaleg add to their cereal?

Tune in this time next week on BBC1 just before EastEnders. :mrgreen:
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Sue Donym wrote:
Peregrine Trousers wrote: Who'd have thought cereals could be such a rich source of discussion.
:natter:
It’s a ‘cereal’ ;) which you have to follow as you want to know what happens next. Coming up in the next episode:-

Will Sue Donym buy the much needed yogurt to make cereal tasty?
What other tasty treats will Swingaleg add to their cereal?

Tune in this time next week on BBC1 just before EastEnders. :mrgreen:
Maybe I'll buy the box set. ;)
I'd love to stay and chat...........but.
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You’ll all be relieved to hear that I’ve now renewed my supply of yogurt. ;) I’ve even bought some honey. 🍯
Boo! 😱
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Peregrine Trousers wrote: Is it only me who only ever eats cereal as an evening snack? I never eat cereal for breakfast; in fact, I never have breakfast.
:dunno:
No, my dad has always had cornflakes as an evening snack. With leftover custard if there was any.
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Astra LeMort wrote:
Peregrine Trousers wrote: Is it only me who only ever eats cereal as an evening snack? I never eat cereal for breakfast; in fact, I never have breakfast.
:dunno:
No, my dad has always had cornflakes as an evening snack. With leftover custard if there was any.
I think that's one combination I'll probably pass on.
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I'm still eating Weetabix every day, often with a sliced banana and honey

In the 13 months since the OP I've moved from original Weetabix to the Tesco own brand at less than half the price,

I can't remember now why I thought the Tesco ones were not so good ........ they're perfectly fine and £1.50 for 24 biscuits, you're talking 13 or 14 pence for the main part of your breakfast

I've also taken to eating a wheat biscuit with no milk but spread with butter like a digestive biscuit ..
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#38

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^^ I might have to try these. I'm getting fed up with toast and marmalade!

We'd need more milk mind...
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I like the own brand wheety biscuits with banana as well. Or banana on toast, or marmite on toast.
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