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    I like the rice-based cereal the best: Crispix and Chex. Also, any flavor of Cheerios. Nothing fancy in the milk, just plain cold milk.

    Usually, I try to balance out "healthy" and "tastes good". I feel that the ones above are good compromises...
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    Oops all berries anyone?! I liked Golden Grahams a lot, still do.. Cinnamon toast crunch. Frosted flakes! Reeses puffs! Total used to make one with brown sugar flavoring that rocked the walls. Lucky charms. Frosted cheerios. It's sorta gotta have sugar of some sort to make me like it. with Sunny D on the side Ahh. Loved a cold bowl of cereal in the summer mornings just as much as I like hot cocoa and oatmeal or eggs and toast in the winter.
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    Kaboom was my all-time favorite cereal as a kid. About 12 years ago I found it in some supermarket while staying over at a friends house and we ate two boxes of it in one night.
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    Captain crunch baby. Honeycombs after that, with raisin bran up there too. Fruity pebbles = good also.

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    Weetbix. My record is 12.

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    Amazingly good, for real. Looks a little unexciting but tastes so good.


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    Never tried these but I've always been stoked about the names.




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    Now: vector, followed by honey nut cheerios, with fruit loops every so often.

    Then: probably fruit loops, but any sugared cereal was a rare and savoured treat.

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    We had a lot of different brands, and some home made oatmeal stuff too. Cap Crunch, Wheaties, Corn Flakes, Trix, Cocoa Krispies, regular Rice Crispies, puffed wheat, Maypo, etc.

    Here's a site I just saw on cereal options...
    [me] & goji - create your own cereal from all-natural superfoods
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