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How do you eat your Weetabix?

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by denimdestroyedmylife, Dec 14, 2006.

  1. denimdestroyedmylife

    denimdestroyedmylife Senior member

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    i like to cover mine with chocolate almond milk to just barely cover the biscuit lying flat in the bowl. then i eat it quickly with a spoon without mashing it up. i understand that there are many ways to eat weetabix and i'm curious. [​IMG]
     
  2. Fabienne

    Fabienne Senior member

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    With skim milk, concentrating on the task so it does not get soggy. Once in a while, I will eat one as if it were a cracker.
     
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    millk and brown sugar
     
  5. denimdestroyedmylife

    denimdestroyedmylife Senior member

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    wow. that's a great first post, duchess! welcome to the forum. will have to try the milk and honey technique.

    fabienne, do you not find it a bit... dry to eat weetabix like a biscuit? i will try it for science.

    stazy, i see the appeal of the brown sugar. why does it taste so good?
     
  6. Margaret

    Margaret Senior member

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    Soaked in ricemilk, drizzled with agave nectar and microwaved.
     
  7. skalogre

    skalogre Senior member

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    WOOHOO! WEETABIX!

    Sprinkled on top with sugar (or Splenda nowadays). Then milk/ricemilk/soymilk poured around the sides. That way the structural integrity is not compromised [​IMG]
     
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    Fuck yah, now this is a thread I want to be a part of! You can keep your half naked nubile Asians and saucy Indian chicks... lets talk about soggy wheat!

    Seriously though, I love the bix. Growing up it was 2 bickies w/ milk, a bit of sugar. Now it's 3 bickies, no sugar, w/milk, sometimes w/ sliced bananas. I once tried the chocolate milk thing though... didn't care for it. Oh yah, and I let it get soggy as hell until it's mush. Crunchy Weetabix? When hell freezes over!
     
  9. denimdestroyedmylife

    denimdestroyedmylife Senior member

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    does weetabix remind anyone else of the raft of the medusa? [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    LabelKing destroyed my life.
     
  11. Bandwagonesque

    Bandwagonesque Senior member

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    I want my... I want my Weet-a-bix....
     
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    mmmm i love the bix. cold milk and brown sugar does it for me!
     
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    DDML, with some legos and pipecleaners, that could be a kinda Zbigniew Libera project. I once made a diorama of the battle of thermopylae out of legos.

    Also, I've never had Weetabix. [​IMG] More of a Kashi guy, myself. [​IMG]
     
  14. Bandwagonesque

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    More of a Kashi guy, myself.

    My favourite is the Kashi box with the 2 chicks that look like they are more than just "good friends".

    [​IMG]
     
  15. denimdestroyedmylife

    denimdestroyedmylife Senior member

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    shoreman, i would totally craft a weetabix of the medusa, but i'm busy upping my post count on an internet fashion board... [​IMG] i like kashi, sort of. i only eat one brick of weetabix a day. should i be upping it? one seems to do me... this is getting complicated.
     
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    Margaret Senior member

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    My favourite is the Kashi box with the 2 chicks that look like they are more than just "good friends".

    [​IMG]


    lesbo-suggestive advertising is the brainchild of some evil marketing genius.
     
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    stazy, i see the appeal of the brown sugar. why does it taste so good?
    Because it's just flat out better than normal sugar. It's not as grainy and it has a richer, more natural taste. [​IMG]
     
  18. Bandwagonesque

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    Because it's just flat out better than normal sugar. It's not as grainy and it has a richer, more natural taste. [​IMG]

    It has a richer, more robust flavour in it from the molasses. I use brown sugar all the time in hot cereals, like oatmeal, Red River, or Cream of Wheat.
     
  19. skalogre

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    ...Crunchy Weetabix? When hell freezes over!

    PHILISTINE! There is the One True Way to Weetabix! Anyway, it wouldn't make a good raft it if went all mushy, would it now? Eh? EH? [​IMG]
     
  20. skalogre

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    It has a richer, more robust flavour in it from the molasses. I use brown sugar all the time in hot cereals, like oatmeal, Red River, or Cream of Wheat.

    [​IMG]
     

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