Mr. Sefrol wrote:Q.U.'s got this all figured out. It's why I still do it that way. Also, it keeps your cereal crunchy a touch bit longer.
Yeah, nowadays I like the cereal "freshly dipped" so that they are still crunchy when I eat them. Adding them into the milk, or even in several separate handfuls, one after you've eaten the previous, works to keep them that way.
As for floating on or sinking, it really depends on the cereal, I believe. If you take some of the more regular cereal types they do tend to sink in the milk easily. But when I was young I used to eat mostly the Nestle Nesquik type, which wouldn't sink even if you tried to force them down under or left them in the bowl for a few min to soak up.
Tuor wrote:I've used chocolate milk sometimes
I used to put cereal in then shove it down with a spoon until it soaked all up. And since the cereal were all very chocolaty ( it was Nesquik after all) the milk would soon turn into chocolate milk. Then I would eat the milk with a spoon first, and then finish the remaining "plump" of soggy cereal. But that was when I was a kid. (Ohh, primary school memories...) Now I don't like when my food is too dry. I need my tea, and I prefer my cereal crunchy.
Also, this whole discussion reminded me how very old I am in internet years. Remember this guys?
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