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    Kashi go lean! ceral

    This stuff has magical powers. It tastes good, (though a little too crunchy), it has a lot of fiber, which has cured my 4 years of Montezuma's revenge, even more protein, (soy) and not a lot of sugar. I have felt a lot better since I started eating a bowl of this for breakfast instead of a sandwich, last night's leftovers, or a fast food biscuit with meat. Y'all should try it. I swear I didn't get payed to say this'er nothin'.
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    Cereal, I mean.
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    Quote Originally Posted by renaissanse man View Post
    This stuff has magical powers. It tastes good, (though a little too crunchy), it has a lot of fiber, which has cured my 4 years of Montezuma's revenge, even more protein, (soy) and not a lot of sugar. I have felt a lot better since I started eating a bowl of this for breakfast instead of a sandwich, last night's leftovers, or a fast food biscuit with meat. Y'all should try it. I swear I didn't get payed to say this'er nothin'.
    ...you act like its a new cereal. try 2001, oh sorry sorry, I'm in Canada where we eat properly ...and the dollar is rising

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    ps don't post your hat size untill its finished growing 7 5/8, I have a 4 year old with a bigger head

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    Kashi is great. Another favorite of mine is Bear Naked protein+ granola. My default breakfast is 1 cup plain fat free yogurt, 1/2 cup frozen berry blend, and 1/4 cup of Bear Naked protein+. I throw it in a tupperware and let it sit on my desk until the morning craziness is over, and by that time the berries are thawed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phosgene View Post
    ...you act like its a new cereal. try 2001, oh sorry sorry, I'm in Canada where we eat properly ...and the dollar is rising
    Eh?
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    In the morning, my breakfast is a bowl of fruit, glass of prune juice, glass of cranberry juice and 2 Metamucil waffers. A cup of coffee and I'm goooood to GO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by benncool View Post
    In the morning, my breakfast is a bowl of fruit, glass of prune juice, glass of cranberry juice and 2 Metamucil waffers. A cup of coffee and I'm goooood to GO!
    TOO MUCH!
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    Quote Originally Posted by phosgene View Post
    ...you act like its a new cereal. try 2001, oh sorry sorry, I'm in Canada where we eat properly ...and the dollar is rising
    Is this the canadian way of introducing yourself to some one? Have you ever heard of Roy D. Mercer? Do I need to teach you some southern manners? Are you Paul Reubens?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DuJane View Post
    Kashi is great. Another favorite of mine is Bear Naked protein+ granola. My default breakfast is 1 cup plain fat free yogurt, 1/2 cup frozen berry blend, and 1/4 cup of Bear Naked protein+. I throw it in a tupperware and let it sit on my desk until the morning craziness is over, and by that time the berries are thawed.
    What is this bear naked ladies protein you speak of?
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    cereals making you sensative. Just having fun. I've heard of Ray Mercer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by renaissanse man View Post
    Is this the canadian way of introducing yourself to some one? Have you ever heard of Roy D. Mercer? Do I need to teach you some southern manners? Are you Paul Reubens?

    ...whos Paul Reubens. Is he the inventor of the Reuben. Not a very healthy sandwich.

    I think I may need that manners class.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phosgene View Post
    ...whos Paul Reubens. Is he the inventor of the Reuben. Not a very healthy sandwich.

    I think I may need that manners class.
    Luke 6:31

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