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I love cereal. I really do. I've never been much of a breakfast eater though simply because breakfast time comes way too early for me. But I like having a bowl of cereal as a snack in the evening when my sweet tooth tells me I must have something sweet now! I've got to admit - I like "kid cereal". I like Eggo cereal and Corn Pops. I also love Special K with red berries. But now that I've been diagnosed with diverticulitis, I'll be switching to All Bran or Fiber Plus. You know, now that I'm officially "old", I've gotta keep those bowels moving with whole grains filled with the goodness of dietary fiber. Ahem.
My kids love pretty much any kind of cereal I buy. My oldest son has never liked cereal at all (I know, how unAmerican!), but my other five kids love it and eat it almost daily. I think our collective favorite is Rice Krispies. I mean, who doesn't love Snap, Crackle and Pop, right? But the reason we love Rice Krispies isnt because it talks to us, oh no. The reason is because of the deliciousness that comes when you mix the Rice Krispies with marshmallows and butter. Mmmmm! Oh yeah, that's what I'm talkin' 'bout!
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