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Old 07-12-2006, 10:07 AM   #1  
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Yesterday I tried a new Kashi cereal called Autumn Wheat (I don't know if it's actually new, but it's new to me). I really liked it! I know there are a lot of Kashi lovers here. Has anyone else tried this and what did you think? For those who haven't, what's your favorite cereal?
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I haven't tried it. I'm going to check if they carry it here. Thanks for the info
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I bought mine in the "natural foods" section of Kroger and I saw that they have big boxes of it at my local Costco. I plan to stock up!
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I love Kashi. My favorite is Cinnamon Harvest.
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I've never tried it, I like the regular Kashi cereal but honestly I rarely buy it.
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Go Lean is pretty much my breakfast every day, with half a cup of sliced fruit and a cup of lite vanilla soy milk. So filling, so much fiber, and relatively low-cal for all the fiber/protein/nutrients, so I'm happy.
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I only started eating breakfast cereals a year ago, and I prefer Optimum Slim by Nature's Path to Go Lean, but recently my choice has been plain old wheat bran with skimmed milk.
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Ohh, i love that kind. Ive been eating the Go Lean Crunch kind lately when i have cereal, but my mom eats the autmun wheat, and its really good.

But Kashi Go Lean (not go lean crunch) i refuse to eat. yech. Reminds me of rabbit feed.

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That stuff looks really nasty! I find I can eat health most of the day but I really need my Apple Cinnamon Cheerios or LOL, Trix ceral for breakfast.
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Hi - Just thought I'd suggest the Kashi bars...Trailmix - great snack with a cup of coffee - or whatever
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