A breakfast cereal made from corn, often eaten with milk and fruit of choice. Originally manufactured by Kelloggs, the original patent was registered in 1894 under the name Granose.
small yellowish square flakes that is thin cut. Crunchy when eaten and soft, sloppy when mixed with milk or water.
Selecting and Buying
Preparation and Use
Most often served in a combination of milk in a bowl.
Conserving and Storing
Store in cool and dry place. Change the packaging into a sealed-lid compartment after opening.