Mar 7, 2022

National Cereal Day

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Every year on March 7, the United States celebrates World Grain Day in honor of the nation's favorite breakfast bowl. Since Ferdinand Schumacher, a German immigrant, started the grain revolution in 1854, it has gone from being a breakfast dish to a popular evening snack and even a bedtime meal.  National Cereal Day today.  Cereal Confession. Personally, I eat a lot more cereal for breakfast in the evening than in the morning. Is it weird? Not that I will change my routine.  Next time you're at the grocery store, take a serious look at the breakfast cereal aisle. Box after box after box.  Is your favorite breakfast cereal Maine's most popular? To share TweeterNext time you're at the grocery store, take a serious look at the breakfast cereal aisle. Box after box after box. Get the best of WQCB Brewer Maine delivered to your inbox every day There's so much choice, it must be because there's profit in cereal. For the store and the manufacturer.  Are you a creature of habit? How often do you change the type of cereal you buy or eat?  Do you pay attention to advertising and try different cereals?  We did a poll this time last year to find out what your favorite cereal was, and the top 5 was Raisin Nut Bran in 5th.  There were no fruit loops or cinnamon toast, although the sweet popsicles were a big hit, a few Snap Crackle Pops now and then and sugar crunchies too.  Today give me bacon and eggs with coffee or a healthy choice that tastes good and loaded with sugar and such.  Today we celebrate "Cereal Day", to share the delights of crunchy and crunchy breakfast cereals.  March 7 is National Grain Day. With more options for food allergies and dietary restrictions, cereal can be enjoyed just as much with milk alternatives such as soy milk, almond milk, oat milk and more. Fun fact: Cereals were actually invented by accident. This batch ended up creating stale stuff. The two decided to try this process again, but with corn instead of wheat, what we know today to be Kellogg's Corn Flakes. So whether Lucky Charms, Frosted Flakes or even Cocoa Puffs take you back to simpler times, pour yourself your favorite bowl of cereal today to celebrate National Cereal Day.