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threegardeners
North Augusta, ON

January 21, 2009
9:07 PM

Post #6033080

Does anyone remember a cereal, big round things like bales of hay, you poured boiling water over?
Canada60
Maple, ON

January 21, 2009
10:28 PM

Post #6033432

shredded wheat ? There were also muffets Up here in OCanada at least
threegardeners
North Augusta, ON

January 21, 2009
10:31 PM

Post #6033451

That's the one...muffets!! DH had me searching muffins and I knew that wasn't right. I wonder if they still make them? He wants some.
grownut
Clarkson, KY

January 21, 2009
10:36 PM

Post #6033474

That's what I remember too. Then Frosted Mini Wheats took over and they were smaller and much less furry...
Canada60
Maple, ON

January 21, 2009
10:37 PM

Post #6033475

Im pretty sure we can still get them up here
Canada60
Maple, ON

January 21, 2009
10:38 PM

Post #6033483

North Augusta aren't you in the brockville etc area ?
threegardeners
North Augusta, ON

January 21, 2009
10:40 PM

Post #6033494

Yes, I am!
Canada60
Maple, ON

January 21, 2009
10:46 PM

Post #6033515

Im originally from Smiths Falls ,Area
threegardeners
North Augusta, ON

January 21, 2009
10:47 PM

Post #6033517

I'm the same distance to Brockville as I am to Smiths Falls...yet I never go to Smiths Falls. I worked there for a few years though at Stanley Tools.
Canada60
Maple, ON

January 21, 2009
11:02 PM

Post #6033552

I don't guess there is much to go back for they weren't really good at keeping industry alive there ?
threegardeners
North Augusta, ON

January 21, 2009
11:07 PM

Post #6033568

No they weren't. There really isn't much there for the size of the place. Unless one wants a bar...along the lines of Kemptville.
ggd
North Saanich
Canada

January 21, 2009
11:57 PM

Post #6033712

I have a box of 100% whole grain MUFFETS in the cupboard. They are made by Quaker. Hope that helps. I don't eat them much anymore, but used to when I was younger. My family had a weird thing where they poured boiling water on them to soften, then poured the water off, added sugar and milk and ate. Me- I prefer crunchy. But they do get soft quickly!

Glenda
threegardeners
North Augusta, ON

January 22, 2009
12:01 AM

Post #6033730

Great news...do you remember where you bought them?
ggd
North Saanich
Canada

January 22, 2009
12:10 AM

Post #6033762

Just the regular grocery store. Here it would be a local store, but I'm sure you can get them at Safeway or Superstore, although you probably don't have either one of those stores!! : - )
threegardeners
North Augusta, ON

January 22, 2009
12:11 AM

Post #6033765

We don't have a Safeway, but we have a Superstore...Loblaws right?
ggd
North Saanich
Canada

January 22, 2009
12:19 AM

Post #6033792

Yes, I think they are one and the same!!!
threegardeners
North Augusta, ON

January 22, 2009
12:27 AM

Post #6033818

oh, goodie!! I'm heading to town tomorrow, I'll stop and see if they have them. Good job!!

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