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PostPosted: Wed Dec 07, 2005 5:56 pm 
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I just bought some yesterday, making it the first cold cereal I've had since I cut refined sugars from my diet so many months ago. A lot of them are organic, though some have honey, but I was wondering if anyone else here has had them?


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 07, 2005 6:22 pm 
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I've bought the kashi pilaf a while back. It was a good change just from rice, but i dont buy the cereal, havn't found one without honey.


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 07, 2005 7:28 pm 
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The Kashi Organic Promise "Autumn Wheat" here in my kitchen doesn't appear to have honey, just organic evaporated cane juice. That's kind of dumb that they would put honey in so many of their cereals. Maybe if they are contacted by enough vegans, they'll consider using a different sweetener?

I like the Kashi cereal, but not as much as I like Peace Cereal's Vanilla Almond Crisp. Another favorite is Food for Life Ezekiel 4:9 sprouted grain cereal.


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Strawberry Fields is vegan too.


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I also give high marks to Food for Life Ezekiel 4:9 sprouted grain cereal. To this I often add rolled oats, walnuts, blueberries, pumpkin seeds and freshly ground flax and sesame seeds. Did I mention the homemade soymilk to go with it?

Try Food for Life's Genesis 1:29 bread--it's quite good also. What we need now is a good 'Book of Daniel, chapter 1' pasta.


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That stuff is good. The kashi is super processed and full of sugar (but it tastes good...damn!)


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Edited: I don't eat Kashi, all the time. I was thinking of another kind of cereal

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I'm sure it's full of sugar, but for some reason I don't have a problem putting natural sugars into my body, and I'm trying to add mass right now, so it could help, even though I'm going to try the other cereal mentioned.


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willpeavy wrote:
Yeah I eat kashi all the time. It's good and it's inexpensive

it's six dollars a box here! :shock:


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ljk11 wrote:
willpeavy wrote:
Yeah I eat kashi all the time. It's good and it's inexpensive

it's six dollars a box here! :shock:


My mistake, I was thinking of something else. There is a generic brand of puffed wheat cereal (also puffed rice and other grains) they sell at a local grocery store, and the product has a name similar to Kashi. I was confusing the two. The generic stuff is under a dollar for a big bag of it

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Kashi = Colon Blow :lol:

I'm still ticked off at the Kashi company from the time they used to label their cereals as "contains all organic ingredients" but no "organically grown" ingredients, nor any organic certification, were mentioned. I assumed they meant there were no rocks in their cereal! (This was around 1990, then they changed the label). I don't like companies trying to pass their products off as something that they aren't (lke the new Skippy "Natural" p.b. that contains sugar and palm oil!).


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i can only find kashi with honey in it. lame


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