nisiprius wrote:But who is going to put in the time and effort to sort out and weigh the raisins in raisin bran to find out how much they put it?
sscritic wrote:VictoriaF wrote:I suspect that Raisin Bran helps you to build assets that you would rather be without.
I thought the term was emptying out assets.
chaz wrote:I prefer kashi brand - much healthier IMO.
arcticpineapplecorp. wrote:chaz wrote:I prefer kashi brand - much healthier IMO.
The main benefit of kashi brain is the whole grains.
http://www.kashi.com/products/tlc_cooki ... aisin_flaxWith decadent flavors and textures, Kashi Cookies show that snacking can be tasty, indulgent, and have nutrition you can feel great about. Our cookies combine our signature Seven Whole Grain blend with hearty, natural ingredients such as raisins, sunflower seeds, cranberries, shredded coconut, peanuts, almonds, walnuts, flax seeds, and dark chocolate. The result is a delicious chewy cookie that has a home-baked taste.
Calm Man wrote:I discovered something today as I make oatmeal a lot and was tired of watching the microwave for boil overs. You take the oatmeal, add water (and some rains, nuts, Splenda if you wish) and let it sit and be happy for about a half hour. I derived a great deal of pleasure from it and now am set for life. It is much more convenient to buy a big oatmeal cannister than those boxes of cereal.
reggiesimpson wrote:Teaspoon of Metamucil (or less)! Saves money, time, cleanup and............gas. Bogleheadism.
arcticpineapplecorp. wrote:reggiesimpson wrote:Teaspoon of Metamucil (or less)! Saves money, time, cleanup and............gas. Bogleheadism.
So now if we're talking function over form, nothing quite packs the punch that Kathy's Mix does (you make it yourself with the following ingredients):
1 tablespoon honey
1 tablespoon prune juice
1 tablespoon wheat germ
1 tablespoon applesauce.
Eat that once a day and after 2-3 days, you're right as rain! Has this thread devolved or what?
Petrocelli wrote:While we are on the subject, has anyone figured out if it is cheaper to raise and butcher a cow rather than buying steak?
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