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    Quote Originally Posted by Donuthole View Post
    Donut O's? You mean Donettes? Oreo O's? Honey Oh's? We need to know this so we can evaluate your evaluation.
    I mean these:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pelado View Post
    I mean these:


    I agree. Better dry than in milk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Donuthole View Post
    A "fairly fit man" just may be the perfect description for where I'm at physically in life right now. I tried to come up with a better or more accurate three-word description, and I couldn't. Well done.

    As for the cereal, I love it. I really do. But believe me when I say that i'm well aware that it's 100% processed sugar and just about the worst thing I can eat. Which is why I eat it as a treat, and not as a regular part of my diet. But if I could eat it every day without gaining weight, I totally would.
    eh, the calories in sugar cereals aren't that bad.
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    fruit loops are also better dry than in milk. might make the same case for frosted flakes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smokymountainrain View Post
    fruit loops are also better dry than in milk. might make the same case for frosted flakes.
    I worked in a rat lab for a semester in the department of psychology. We used fruit loops as a reward. I'll never be able to decouple the smell of fruit loops from rat urine.

    I eat cereal mostly as an evening snack. Usually Cheerios or corn flakes. I used to eat raisin bran a fair amount but now it destroys my suggestive system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smokymountainrain View Post
    eh, the calories in sugar cereals aren't that bad.
    That’s funny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by USUC View Post
    I eat cereal mostly as an evening snack. Usually Cheerios or corn flakes. I used to eat raisin bran a fair amount but now it destroys my suggestive system.
    My suggestive system rarely works properly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pelado View Post
    My suggestive system rarely works properly.
    I assume that's another term for the still, small voice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pelado View Post
    My suggestive system rarely works properly.
    My bowels are quite suggestive when I eat raisin bran.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donuthole View Post
    Tried a couple of new cereals this weekend:

    Post Honey Bun


    These are really good. Like legit add to the rotation good. This is Post’s best offering to date. Keep in mind, I love S’mores, and I am a fan of their Oreo O’s (chocolate), Nutter Butter, and Powdered Donette flavors. But this is much better. Perfect texture; not too hard but still firm enough to hold up when soaked in milk. Sweet but not too sweet, and the honey flavor is subtle and natural—not artificial like so many sugared cereals. If you like cereal, you definitely need to give these a go. Thank me later.

    grabbed a box of these last night. good stuff. love the texture, the flavor not quite as much but still very good. not quite sure yet if they are rotation worthy, but thanks for the suggestion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by USUC View Post
    I worked in a rat lab for a semester in the department of psychology. We used fruit loops as a reward. I'll never be able to decouple the smell of fruit loops from rat urine.

    I eat cereal mostly as an evening snack. Usually Cheerios or corn flakes. I used to eat raisin bran a fair amount but now it destroys my suggestive system.
    I did this as well. I think it was the summer bloc, so it was only half a semester. No cereal involved in what I was doing though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bo Diddley View Post
    I did this as well. I think it was the summer bloc, so it was only half a semester. No cereal involved in what I was doing though.
    The rats we used had lesions on different parts of their brains. We had them run an obstacle course and do problem solving activities.

    I might actually buy some fruit loops to see if enough time has passed. I used to love them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by USUC View Post
    The rats we used had lesions on different parts of their brains. We had them run an obstacle course and do problem solving activities.

    I might actually buy some fruit loops to see if enough time has passed. I used to love them.
    Do you remember what year that was, and the name of your professor?

    Food aversions are funny things. I've had a few of them. One was Whoppers, of all things. When I was in Iraq, there was only a Burger King where we were staying. We didn't eat it every day, but after a year, I couldn't stomach them anymore for at least 4-5 years afterwards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bo Diddley View Post
    Do you remember what year that was, and the name of your professor?

    Food aversions are funny things. I've had a few of them. One was Whoppers, of all things. When I was in Iraq, there was only a Burger King where we were staying. We didn't eat it every day, but after a year, I couldn't stomach them anymore for at least 4-5 years afterwards.
    I thought you were talking about the chocolate-covered malt balls.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pelado View Post
    I thought you were talking about the chocolate-covered malt balls.
    To get back on track, that's something they should make a cereal about.

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    Yep. ^^ That’s a real thing. I did not expect it to be good, but I try just about every new cereal, so I wasn’t about to pass on this one. Besides, I love Sour Patch kids. One of my favorite non-chocolate candies.

    It will not surprise you to learn that I was not wrong. This cereal is not good. But it’s not gross. It’s actually very intriguing. It’s like fruit loops coated in sour sugar. Not great in milk, but actually not bad by the handful.

    I had my entire family try some. Everyone enjoyed the novelty of it. Two of my kids even liked it. The rest of us didn’t love it, but kept eating it just to try to understand what we were experiencing.

    That said, there is no way anyone is choosing to eat this over the better cereals we have in the house. We have about half a box left, so this weekend I’m going to make some sour patch Krispy treats. I let you know how they taste.
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    has anybody mentioned Post Oh's in this thread? very underrated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smokymountainrain View Post
    has anybody mentioned Post Oh's in this thread? very underrated.

    Yes. Honey Oh’s (aka Oh’s or Honey Graham Oh’s) have been discussed much. Great cereal. See a discussion above starting at post 223:

    Quote Originally Posted by Gidget View Post
    Surfah chastised me today for buying just 3 boxes of my all-time favorite cereal. HoneyGraham Oh's.

    I am sad.

    But they are really small boxes, I said.

    I love cold cereal in general, but now I am 8 months pregnant and it is pretty much the only thing I ever feel like eating. He's so mean.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Donuthole View Post
    Yes. Honey Oh’s (aka Oh’s or Honey Graham Oh’s) have been discussed much. Great cereal. See a discussion above starting at post 223:
    Wow, Surfah is a dick.

    My five year old has been eating these:




    I have yet to try them, but I will tomorrow. I don't have very high hopes for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donuthole View Post
    Yes. Honey Oh’s (aka Oh’s or Honey Graham Oh’s) have been discussed much. Great cereal. See a discussion above starting at post 223:
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    Tried these guys today:



    Not impressed. Didn't even bother to try it with milk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pelado View Post
    Tried these guys today:



    Not impressed. Didn't even bother to try it with milk.
    I've tried them and while I think you are overstating it, I generally agree; they are basically repurposed Cinnamon Toast Crunch. Same flavor, different shape. But, to your point, finding the right shape and texture is key for a great cereal. This is a prime example of how changing the surface area can change the way a flavor is experienced. These are definitely not as good as just plain ol' CTC, but I'd bet money that they use pretty much the same recipe.
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    Yeah, wasn’t too impressed with the Churros. At least make them taste somewhat different than CTC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donuthole View Post
    I've tried them and while I think you are overstating it, I generally agree; they are basically repurposed Cinnamon Toast Crunch. Same flavor, different shape. But, to your point, finding the right shape and texture is key for a great cereal. This is a prime example of how changing the surface area can change the way a flavor is experienced. These are definitely not as good as just plain ol' CTC, but I'd bet money that they use pretty much the same recipe.
    Probably true. I generally like CTC, and it didn't really taste that much different, but probably just had less sugar coating due to the reduced surface area.
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    +1 on the honey buns. They are the new fave in our family. We go through a couple boxes each week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colly Wolly View Post
    +1 on the honey buns. They are the new fave in our family. We go through a couple boxes each week.
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    I had some Wheat Chex this morning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pelado View Post
    I had some Wheat Chex this morning.
    Pretty much the only thing of value that I have gotten out of Lebowski's message board here is Oxcoug's tip of eating Wheat Chex with chocolate milk. Changed my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walter Sobchak View Post
    Pretty much the only thing of value that I have gotten out of Lebowski's message board here is Oxcoug's tip of eating Wheat Chex with chocolate milk. Changed my life.

    RIP Oxcoug.
    I don't remember seeing that tip. I wouldn't have thought that would be a tasty combination. I like Wheat Chex and chocolate milk separately. I'll have to try them together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Walter Sobchak View Post
    Pretty much the only thing of value that I have gotten out of Lebowski's message board here is Oxcoug's tip of eating Wheat Chex with chocolate milk. Changed my life.

    RIP Oxcoug.
    which brand choc milk do you drink it with?
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