DWJ sans frontiers
rosgross at bigpond.net.au
Fri Jun 10 06:52:10 EDT 2005
> Otter wrote:
>> Granola tends to be pretty edible. It's often sweetened, for
>> one thing.
> It shares with muesli the characteristic of being very good exercise for
> the jaw. I used to have granola for breakfast (it is available in the UK.
> Jordan's Original Crunchy is a granola, and very nice, too) but I could
> only eat about half a bowl before I got tired. Hooray for porridge. (Did
> Spike Milligan write a poem about porridge? Or am I thinking of the one on
> British Teeth?)
You can buy 'toasted muesli' here. I wonder if that's the same as granola?
Toasted muesli is also sweetened, I think. I don't recall anything on the
supermarket shelves called granola, so maybe toasted muesli is our version.
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