Post Cereals Grape Nuts Reviews
Product Type: Post Cereals Breakfast
Description:Brand: Post Cereals / Type: Cereal
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by - written on 01/04/13 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I remember eating Grape Nuts from a very young age; there was nearly always a pack in the cereal cupboard and I regarded them as a staple breakfast cereal along with cornflakes and weetabix. It wasn't until I was older that I realised that they weren't all that easy to come by and that in fact most people have never even heard about this tasty food! So, I just have to write a review about the vereal on here, in the hope that it will convert a few more into Grape Nuts 'nuts'. Okay, firstly - yes it is a small box. If you're looking for it in your local supermarket, then you may have to look twice, three times - and then maybe even once more. It's not the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/01/09 (Very useful, 152 readings)
Grape nuts are a type of breakfast cereal. Confusingly, they contain neither grape nor nut, in fact I'm surprised someone hasn't complained about them under the Trades Description Act yet. They are in fact 'crunch wheat and malted barley' and according to the box 'high in fibre, low in fat'. The taste is difficult to describe, wheaty but definitley also malty, very different from Shredded Wheat for example. The taste also changes when you put them in milk, they become more creamy perhaps. I always have them with cold milk though I know some who prefer it with warm. They are very heavy and filling, and would defiitely keep you full up to lunch time unlike some I could ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/09 (Very useful, 260 readings)
Grape Nuts Now, I recently commented on the failings of Weetabix against supermarket brands (see my review on Weetabix for more!), however, all is not lost in the competitive world of processed cereals. These are my favourite, favourite, favourite breakfast nibbles. Apparently, though rarely available in the UK they have a weird cult following whereby devotees manage to somehow track down this product amidst the variety of classic cereals on offer in stores nationwide. I am wholly devoted to Grape Nuts and to be honest, I have no idea why! A bit of history It is a breakfast cereal that was developed in Battle Creek, Michigan ... Read the complete review
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