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Rolled Wheat Hot Cereal: Where are you??
Now, don’t just pour milk and sugar on it. (Yuck!) Grow up and eat it British style, with butter (or your favorite margarine) and plenty of salt and pepper. (YUM!) If you have an aversion to butter, etc, try it with olive oil. (Mamma Mia!) Bob’s cooks up in about 8 minutes on the stove top (yes I know, an eternity these days) — 1/2 cup water to 1/4 cup cereal for one serving.
If you mistakenly cook up too much, don’t fret. Just press it into a 1/2″ slab onto a buttered cookie sheet, cover with waxed paper, and store in the refrigerator over night. Next morning, cut the slab into strips and fry ’em up with your eggs and bacon. We called it “fried mush” when I was a kid.
Anyway, try Bob’s Red Mill Flakes Rolled Wheat cereal! You’ll love it, and will forever be as regular as night follows day. Bob’s Red Mill Rolled Wheat Hot Cereal — 16 oz