The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

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Do you drink the cereal milk?

No, I'm a waster of deliciousness and milk
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10%
Of course I do
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It depends on the kind of cereal
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I don't put milk on my cereal
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I add more cereal/I add more milk Delicious Cycle!
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I give the milk the otters/ducks
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Re: The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

Postby stockpot » Sun Feb 17, 2008 7:22 pm UTC

Oh weetabix, why aren't you sold where I live? :(

In the absence of weetabix, I eat my cereal with flavored yogurt instead of milk. The yogurt doesn't take up the sugary cereal flavor the same way milk does, so it's both easy and tasty to eat it with a spoon afterwards.

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Re: The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

Postby PatrickRsGhost » Mon Feb 18, 2008 12:53 pm UTC

stockpot wrote:Oh weetabix, why aren't you sold where I live? :(


Look for Post Shredded Wheat. It's virtually the same thing.
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Re: The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

Postby Robin S » Mon Feb 18, 2008 1:05 pm UTC

I keep parsing the title of this thread as "(The milk left in the bowl after the cereal) has been eaten" and assuming it's some sort of news post.
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Re: The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

Postby SecondTalon » Mon Feb 18, 2008 8:38 pm UTC

Nemo-Kver wrote:I hate the leftover milk. If my dad doesn't get it first, it usually gets poured down the sink.

The idea of drinking the leftover milk is somewhat sickening to me. When the cereal is gone the milk is just too sugary to still taste good.


..... don't eat sugared cereals. Problem solved.

Also.. yeah, lift bowl with hand(s), drink. Of course, I've been known to, when in a hurry, throw cereal then milk in a tall glass/cup or whatever, and drink/eat it in the car on my way to wherever.

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I also eat sugared cereals from time to time. Straight from the box. They're too damn sweet to eat any other way.
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Re: The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

Postby Robin S » Mon Feb 18, 2008 9:24 pm UTC

Lies. I have happy memories of honey puffs, or whatever those things were called, with milk.
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Re: The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

Postby no-genius » Tue Feb 19, 2008 1:02 pm UTC

If there's any milk left, I tend to add more cereal. And if there's any cereal left, I add mire milk... it is a delicious cycle.
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Re: The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

Postby Robin S » Tue Feb 19, 2008 3:28 pm UTC

Actually, I do that too. Maybe it's one of the reasons I rarely have cereal - I'm usually in a rush first thing in the morning, since I'm generally bad at getting up until I need to go somewhere.
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Re: The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

Postby pocketface » Sun Feb 24, 2008 3:20 am UTC

I'm allergic to milk! D8 But I do loves me some Coco Puffs. I usually give it to the cat. The leftover milk, not the Coco Puffs, I mean.

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Re: The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

Postby espire » Sun Feb 24, 2008 3:33 am UTC

I drink skim mild now and I love it as it is. You may find it watery, but it's all relative. Really tasty for me. As an added bonus, 1% and 2% are a real treat for me whenever I have them.
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Re: The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

Postby Ninjew » Thu Mar 06, 2008 5:21 am UTC

Bleh. I apparently lost my tolerance for milk, so I can't even have skim milk anymore without having horrible horrible stomach-aches. That sucks, since milk was one of my most drunk liquids. Now I shall have to replace it with something just as tasty. Also, I drank it out the bowl when I was done with the cereal. No use in letting the precious precious milk go to waste.

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Re: The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

Postby peter » Fri Mar 07, 2008 12:17 am UTC

Drinking the cereal is gross. I feel as if I was eating sludge, or some strange food concoction.

Just save yourself. Drain it.

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Re: The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

Postby Pirate.Bondage » Fri Mar 07, 2008 12:26 am UTC

I didn;t use to drink it, but now that milk is $5 a gallon, I have to.
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Re: The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

Postby Rodan » Fri Mar 07, 2008 2:38 am UTC

I don't put milk on cereal. That leads to sludgy nasty. Unless it be Lucky charms.
I used to drink a gulp of milk with every bite of some cereal though. That removes sludge, but keeps the tiny window of tasty.

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Re: The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

Postby Delalyra » Fri Mar 07, 2008 4:53 am UTC

I prefer vanilla soymilk (never liked dairy milk), and I put just enough to wet my cereal without there being any leftover...or minimal leftover, anyways. Voted otter.
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Re: The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

Postby McCaber » Sat Mar 08, 2008 11:01 pm UTC

I love the leftover milk. My personal favorite is the Cinnamon Toast Crunch leftovers, but the Cocoa Krispies take a close second.
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Re: The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

Postby curious and questioning » Sun Mar 09, 2008 6:16 am UTC

My cereal-eating method:
1. Pour about 10-15 wheat things- whatever they're called- into bowl. Pour glass of milk.
2. Drop pieces of cereal into milk with hands, one by one. Two or three should be left.
3. Eat spare pieces of cereal from bowl with hands while waiting for cereal. About two minutes should pass.
4. With spoon, eat pieces of cereal from milk one by one.
5. Drink remaining milk from cup.

I eat these shredded wheat squares. I like the strawberry flavor. Strawberry milk! Yes, I know how little it tastes like actual strawberries, but that's okay. With any other cereal, I either eat it dry alongside milk (example:Cheerios) or the normal way. If possible I pour leftover milk into my glass of milk and drink after. I voted yes.
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Re: The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

Postby backslash » Sun Mar 09, 2008 10:22 am UTC

I'm not a big milk drinker, either. If the coffee is good (as opposed to excellent, like the beans are getting stale or somethin') I add the sugary milk mixture to the coffee mug, filtering out the remaining cereal bits. If the coffee is excellent, I just drink the milk. But usually breakfast is a Flintstones vitamin and a piece of fruit in the car.
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Re: The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

Postby Delalyra » Sun Mar 09, 2008 9:06 pm UTC

backslash wrote: But usually breakfast is a Flintstones vitamin and a piece of fruit in the car.

That's really a pretty good breakfast; not perfect, but good, especially compared to some of the stuff they sell for on-the-go these days... (an energy drink and pop-tarts come to mind.)
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Re: The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

Postby cephalopod9 » Fri Mar 14, 2008 7:41 am UTC

Why isn't there an add more cereal option? Does eating it with more cereal count as drinking it?

So long as the milk doesn't get warm, or too full of crumbs, I usually finish it off.
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Re: The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

Postby SecondTalon » Fri Mar 14, 2008 11:14 am UTC

cephalopod9 wrote:Why isn't there an add more cereal option?


There is now.
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Re: The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

Postby joeframbach » Fri Mar 14, 2008 11:24 am UTC

SecondTalon wrote:
cephalopod9 wrote:Why isn't there an add more cereal option?


There is now.

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Re: The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

Postby SecondTalon » Fri Mar 14, 2008 12:27 pm UTC

Oh, sure.. NOW I figure that part out. :oops:
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Re: The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

Postby zahlman » Fri Mar 14, 2008 5:07 pm UTC

I don't think I can remember the last time I had cereal. :(
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Re: The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

Postby Azrael001 » Fri Mar 14, 2008 6:34 pm UTC

PatrickRsGhost wrote:
stockpot wrote:Oh weetabix, why aren't you sold where I live? :(


Look for Post Shredded Wheat. It's virtually the same thing.


That is a complete falsehood. Shredded Wheat is many dried strands of... well wheat. Weetabix is a tablet of something else.

Shredded Wheat absorbs milk by having lots of airspace, Weetabix is more like a sponge.
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Re: The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

Postby PatrickRsGhost » Fri Mar 14, 2008 6:45 pm UTC

Azrael001 wrote:
PatrickRsGhost wrote:
stockpot wrote:Oh weetabix, why aren't you sold where I live? :(


Look for Post Shredded Wheat. It's virtually the same thing.


That is a complete falsehood. Shredded Wheat is many dried strands of... well wheat. Weetabix is a tablet of something else.

Shredded Wheat absorbs milk by having lots of airspace, Weetabix is more like a sponge.


I said virtually. Looks the same, made of almost the same components, but I've had others in the past tell me it's not the same. I know a couple of people in Oz from another fora that eat it, and said it's not the same as Shredded Wheat.

I have the utmost unresolvable hatred for Shredded Wheat. It's like eating sawdust and pencil shavings. I remember eating it as a child. It's all my parents could afford. They couldn't afford two cereals. A few months ago my mom had some Cinnamon Shredded Wheat. I told her it tasted like sawdust and pencil shavings with an atom of cinnamon.

A couple months ago I had the pleasure of testing a box of cereal as part of a survey. It looked like Shredded Wheat. Smelled like Shredded Wheat. Tasted like it. Had bits of strawberries embedded in the squares. Was surprisingly tasty. Turned out it wasn't wheat, but oat. Shredded Oat Squares or some such brand by Quaker.
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Re: The milk left in the bowl after the cereal has been eaten.

Postby PhantomReality » Sun Mar 16, 2008 6:33 pm UTC

It has been many moons since I have dined upon the deliciousness of some crunchy marshmellowy goody-bits in cereal. Being at college I just don't eat breakfast anymore because it's impossible to keep milk stocked in the dorm fridge. Oh wellz. I ALWAYS drink the milk though, chocolate based cereals are the best cause then you get chocolate milk, but i'm partial to sugar-sludge as well.
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