Old 27th October 2003, 01:30   #41
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Cheerios with or without bananas, Froot Loops, frosted mini wheets.

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Old 20th January 2016, 07:15   #42
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cereal products are my favorite breakfast it is good and healthy. Oat Rings, Jumbo Oats, Corn and Choco Flakes are my favorite
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Old 30th August 2019, 12:02   #43
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For Japanese people, we don't prefer cereal. We like to eat something more organic

All Japanese breakfast foods (http://questionjapan.com/blog/food-a...for-breakfast/) are well-balanced and delicious meal that provides enough energy for a busy morning. For Japanese people, the goal of their breakfast is not to have a full plate, but rather a healthy and nutritious meal before starting a hard working day.

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1. Onigiri
2. Rice With Natto
3. Misoshiru
4. Rice With Fish
5. Tamago Kake Gohan
6. Rice With Furikake
7. Toast Or Cereal With Milk
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we don't prefer cereal. We like to eat something more organic
... do you know what "organic" means?

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