when the cereal is all gone and there is only milk left, I add more cereal. Do you add more cereal until the milk is gone or drink the milk or...?
I keep adding cereal, do not like warm nor sweet milk, milk has got to be ice cold to drink.
I do not drink much milk myself...now wine is a completely different story
Yes. right on. I eat my cereal with wine, no milk only honey and wine. I also drink it in the form of beer and scotch.
LOL..never tried it with beer or scotch...but one time when I was desperate (i love cereal) I ate it with water...yuck, spit it out, nasty, do not recommend it....lol
It depends on how hungry I am. If I'm hungry I pour in more cerial. Otherwise I drink the milk... or give it to the cat.
Cows milk is bad for cats, gives them the scoots.
1:00 am. Daughter is screaming..I stagger into her room, she screams..."OREO POOPED IN MY ROOM!!! AND SHES HAPPY, SHES HAPPY SHE DID IT!!!!!"
sure enough, hubby thought it would be nice to let the cat have some milk earlier that day, as a treat..now there is a huge pile of....ya know...under her desk, and the cat is all curled up on the bed purring.
@ the OP, I don't eat cereal.
i am really tempted to add more cereal, especially if once in a while i have Corn Pops or something, which is the greatest cereal ever created, but i just empty the perfectly sweetened milk into the sink.
I actually prefer my cereal dry. Eat it like you would a bag of crisps. Though I love milk - and can often be found drinking it as it comes.
Yes, I do. Then I add some more milk when the cereals seem a bit dry, and when there is milk remaining I add more cereals and it goes on and on and on.
I like mine with some walnuts or almonds, if I can get hold of them.
Wait! This is a much more weighty topic than one I cloud just burp up an answer to. Lemme take some time to think.
As I said cereal in my family is a big issue. I have seven sisters so I eat it as fast as I can... with a spoon.
6 brothers, 17 dogs, 37 cats, 16,732,544 bees
Wow, that's a lot of pets...quite chaotic I could imagine. I'm not surprised with the number of brothers you have though, we have a big family too.
I haven't eaten cereal in a while..but I add more until I finish the milk.
oh no... if only I could use milk... But I have to save that for the cats. I use a blend of Tequila and Ouzo. It's still delicious though.
I feel enlightened Pacal. Thankyou. Now go, flee with your cereal dish
With a spoon and my mouth...I'll write a hubpage if necessary to show my expertise!!!!!!
With almond milk and lots of blueberries. Almond milk is heavenly and 60 calories per 8 fluid ounces...and doesn't give me tummy aches like milk.
Never with any milk at all. I eat cereal dry, as if it's a bag of little candies (or something).
Add chocolate milk to cereal...mmmm....or eat it dry and drink the milk separate.....especially if it's chocolate milk!!!
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