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[[file:chicken-and-waffles-cereal.jpg|This is a real thing.]]This is a real thing. — [[User:Kazvorpal|Kazvorpal]] ([[User talk:Kazvorpal|talk]]) 17:22, 21 April 2019 (UTC)
[[file:chicken-and-waffles-cereal.jpg|This is a real thing.]]This is a real thing. — [[User:Kazvorpal|Kazvorpal]] ([[User talk:Kazvorpal|talk]]) 17:22, 21 April 2019 (UTC)
The best bite we like is the one that combines different textures: chewy, soft, and crunchy. When you get them all in one bite, that's called dynamic contrast.
To get dynamic contrast, follow these steps to eat cereal:
1- Fill your bowl halfway, and add milk.
2- Let it sit until it just starts to soften.
3- Then sprinkle a little dry cereal on top, and start eating.
4- Combine the softer and crunchier bits in each bite.
5- Add more dry cereal as you need it to maintain your perfect ratio of soft to crunchy.

Latest revision as of 17:53, 1 October 2021

Scrapple Jacks

Apple Jacks cereal have very little actual apple in them. That's why they don't taste like apples. Perhaps Scrapple Jacks has very little actual scrapple in it. Blaisepascal (talk) 00:53, 17 August 2012 (UTC)

While they may have little apple in them, I don't know that that's necessarily the reason they don't taste like apples (as I noted in the Apple Jacks comic itself, the wiki page for the cereal alleges they are supposed to taste like Apple and Cinnamon. Other candy or cereals that have fruit flavours (for example, the candy Runts) rarely have any of the actual fruit in them, but still have flavourings that are designed to taste like that fruit. The question is whether Kellog's used poor flavouring in their cereal, I suppose. TheHYPO (talk) 14:33, 17 August 2012 (UTC)

I came here to make a "Honey Bunches of Goatse" joke, but I feel it may be in bad taste. 18:26, 17 April 2013 (UTC)

Cereal Meats

Many cereal based meat alternatives are marketed using parodies of meat product names. This is generally not considered disgusting, even by those not interested in vegetarian product lines.

Possibly Randall is exploring the difference by inverting the product and ingredient type. -- Eltimbalino (talk) (please sign your comments with ~~~~)

This is a real thing.This is a real thing. — Kazvorpal (talk) 17:22, 21 April 2019 (UTC)