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    New cereals

    I saw two new gluten free cereals in Azbukha the other days, puffy type cereals from the UK in big boxes. Sorry, do not recall the brand name but they are new.

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    Are you sure they were from UK? Maybe GaiaGrain from Denmark?

    Or you mean BigOZ from UK (one of the last)? This... well... hmmm... looks strange for my proletary eye... Green buckwheat... means non-fried/baked... Hmmm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by FatAndy View Post
    Are you sure they were from UK? Maybe GaiaGrain from Denmark?

    Or you mean BigOZ from UK (one of the last)? This... well... hmmm... looks strange for my proletary eye... Green buckwheat... means non-fried/baked... Hmmm...

    http://www.av.ru/search_page/?search...2%D0%B5%D0%BD*
    Un-roasted, green buckwheat SUCKS. Looks like crap, tastes even worse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by penka View Post
    Un-roasted, green buckwheat SUCKS. Looks like crap, tastes even worse.
    I've noticed, all so called "useful" products do...
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    Quote Originally Posted by FatAndy View Post
    I've noticed, all so called "useful" products do...
    Super healthy ones, especially.... Like the poisonous solanum family goji berries.
    "Learn the rules so you know how to break them properly."

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    Yes, the big. Oz, there were two varieties. Have not tried it but it is a puffed cereal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Periwinkle View Post
    Yes, the big. Oz, there were two varieties. Have not tried it but it is a puffed cereal.
    Not just cereal, but the green buckwheat on the pic. Be careful, see penka's experience above. I may second it too.
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