@RCArmitage – Reddit & Brexit

Never heard of Weetabix – Shredded Wheat, maybe? Wheat Chex? No Clue.
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  1. Weetabix is a well-known cereal which is made here in Canada for the North American market and for the UK market in Northamptonshire. From there it is exported to many different countries. We have visitors here from Australia right now and this is what one of them loves for breakfast! 🙂

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  2. They’re quite large and remind me of eating a crunchy ball of string. People are often challenged to eat more than one. They’re usually served, like most cereals, with milk. But, as a child, I had the strange habit of smearing one with butter and eating it dry as a snack when I came home from school. My mother was quite happy to encourage this as she thought it ‘healthy’, LOL.

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    • Jaydee I think you’re describing Shredded Wheat in the first part of your comment! I love Weetabix & always have seeds sprinkled on mine…

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  3. You don’t know Weetabix???? And there i thought it was the universal plague for children at breakfast 😂i quite like it now though and they have created the minibrick/ lego size version of the big brick 😊

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      • Perry see my reply to Jaydee above. What you’re both describing IS Shredded Wheat which is straw-like whereas Weetabix are small brick-like compacted flakes of wheat which are more flavoursome. I’d take a pic of some I’ve got if I knew how to link it on here!

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