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Looking for Certain Breakfast Cereal & Toasted Bread

Posted by happysox2 CO 4 (My Page) on
Fri, May 27, 11 at 20:29

Hi, (Am I in the right forum for these requests?)
Haven't posted here in many years, but thought I'd try the wonderful Gardenweb forums for help in my 2 long searches. About 16 years ago I used to buy a boxed cereal that was a combination of oatmeal and wild rice--it was cooked & served hot for breakfast. Absolutely delish!!! Perhaps made by McCanns? I emailed them but no answer yet. Does anyone remember this cereal?

On another thread a poster mentioned home-made toasted bread. Have been looking for a great recipe, or purchased bread, that tastes "yeasty" like the bread my Grandma used to make in the 50's. Have tried so many, but no joy so far. Thanks for any help!


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