cold cereal

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Synonyms for cold cereal

a cereal that is not heated before serving

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For a standalone cold cereal, mix 2 tablespoons of Qi'a with 5 tablespoons of milk, stir, and wait 5 minutes.
The visual: For oatmeal, an ice cream scoop; for cold cereal, a teacup to a fist.
The Fertility Diet" says "good" carbs like brown rice and pasta are linked to higher fertility levels, while cold cereal, white rice, potatoes and other "bad" carbs are linked to infertility.
30am: Breakfast of cold cereal, a hard-boiled egg and small carton of milk.
By contrast, the cold cereal market saw sales rise by just 13 per cent.
Editor's note: The scientific studies we referred to were done using cold cereal.
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Rodden-Nord praised the district's food service staff for adapting on short notice, serving cold cereal for breakfast, and making cold "wraps" to serve at lunch.
The prisoners had been served primarily sandwiches for lunch and dinner, and cold cereal for breakfast, during an eight-day lockdown.
That sounds like a lot of carbohydrates, but with, for example, a cold cereal for breakfast, a sandwich for lunch, some pasta and bread at dinner-time, and popcorn for the evening TV special, it's an easy goal to reach each day.
The team fed 7:30 breakfast of orange juice and a cold cereal with milk to healthy adults.
Research in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition suggests that eating a hearty portion of instant oatmeal for breakfast - versus a popular oat-based cold cereal - leads to lower calorie intake at lunch.
Take advantage of seasonal fresh fruit or dried fruit, cold cereal, and nuts to create your own snack mixes.
Kitchen Skillet TM, featuring freshly prepared breakfast sandwiches, a variety of fresh fruits, hot and cold cereal, yogurt, breads, premium coffee and an assortment of juices,