Granola was Elitism was Tam Lin

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Thu Sep 14 20:53:30 EDT 2000

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> f British muesli is like Swedish muesli (that being the only king I've
> had), then granola is like the heavy bits of muesli. It's mostly
> grains--oats and little clumps of other grains, and you can get it with
> raisins or dried fruit, but it's very dense, not light like cornflakes or
> something.

More or less what I thought then. Incidentally, the area in which I 
live in Sheffield is part of what's known as the  muesli belt. Its more 
or less a crescent between the inner city and the suburbs proper 
and can be defined by the health and wholefood shops ;-)

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