cold cereal

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Synonyms for cold cereal

a cereal that is not heated before serving

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So far, no American-made cold cereals have as much soluble fiber as regular oatmeal or oat bran.
Figuring out how to get the Chinese to love a bowl of cold cereal in the morning is turning out to be a difficult task.
Hot cereal, on the other hand, has clearly benefited from health claims to show much more rapid growth than cold cereal during the period from 1998 to 2003.
"You often don't feel it, and it doesn't 'put you to sleep.' It simply makes it easier to fall asleep." Murcia finds tryptophan works best when taken along with carbohydrates, such as bread, pasta, or cold cereal.
(IRI), cold cereal is the second-leading product category in the mass market, with annual sales in excess of $7 billion.
WEDNESDAY, July 17, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- If you're looking to change up that sugary bowl of cold cereal, quinoa and amaranth are nutritious alternatives.
At Roche's stores, cold cereal is down about 5% year over year.
But, with all the sugary varieties available today, it can be a challenge to find a cold cereal that is both healthy and flavorful.
The researchers found that in the male, female, or full cohorts, seven foods were associated with elevated serum urate levels (beer, liquor, wine, potato, poultry, soft drinks, and meat) and eight were associated with reduced serum urate levels (eggs, peanuts, cold cereal, skim milk, cheese, brown bread, margarine, and non-citrus fruits).
By 1951, Cheerios was General Mills' top-selling cold cereal. By the mid-70s the company had begun expanding the brand with new flavors.
Toast, bagels, oatmeal, and cold cereal. That's the high-carb stuff of the typical American breakfast.
Will, the younger of the two, bounced around a bit before finding his niche running the sanitarium--and, fatefully, helping John develop health foods, including a ready-to-eat cold cereal that would replace the hot mush most families consumed in those days.
Food items needed most are: canned foods, canned vegetables, canned fruit, beans or other proteins, peanut butter (creamy), macaroni and cheese, cold cereal, ramen, pasta, and pasta sauce in cans.
"Consumers believe cereal is overly processed and that it doesn't contain enough nutrients," states global market research firm Mintel in its August 2015 "Hot and Cold Cereal -- US" report.
Or perhaps just a few spoonfuls of cold cereal and a gulp of milk or coffee.