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    Cereals We Loved and Lost

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    I'm pretty sure I ate some of these or others like it...

    54 Cereals We Loved and Lost - A Tribute - Urlesque

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    You're on the DailyWhat! I just read that and barely got through it - it started to make me all crave-y. I miss a good bowl of cereal

    Bacon is King, though

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    And here I was going to say Kashi and oatmeal ...

    I don't know that I saw Christmas Crunch, one of the few sugary cereals I ever bought for my kids. I would put a box in their stockings.

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    there a few cereals i've loved and lost from my childhood. cocoa krispies, frosted shredded mini wheats, kix, and captain crunch. i also miss the canned ravioli and spaghetti o's. oh well, the experience never lives up to nostalgia.

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    What, no Pro Stars?

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    Ka-Boom!!! I remember that one! And Super Golden Crisp. I hated SGC. And SmurfBerry Crunch was a favorite of both my younger sisters. I preferred Cookie Crisp (still love it; miss it).
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    The only ones I recognize even remotely are the Berry Berry Kix.

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    I grew up on another plant I guess, since mine were shredded wheat (no frosting), strawberry-filled shredded wheat, grape nuts, and most recently in my adult life - kashi go lean crunch (with the added bonus of kashi fed-painfully explosive gas all day).

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    i miss golden grams. i also liked corn pops. "gotta have 'ma pops!"... does anyone remember honey smacks? the name reminds me of drugs. poor kids eating drugs for breakfast.
    yeah, bacon is totally better.

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    Never ate any of those. Growing up my parents would buy Cherios, Wheaties, Rice Krispies and occasionally Corn Pops, on edit sometimes had Honey Comb cereal. Raising my family, I bought about the same, although sometimes I would get Honey Bunches of Oats or something similar, but rarely "kid" cereals.

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