just like wheatabix without the bloat
Ridiculous price, but just like wheatabix without the bloat! They absorb a lot of milk, but don't go too soggy. Delicious with peanut butter, fruit, yoghurt and milk.
Alright at first, but could be better.
I thought they were great at first. But I slowly began to dislike them. Have had 3 boxes now and can confidently say: 1. I don't have a gluten intolerance but found them more comfortable over oatibix. 2.They don't fill you up much at all. They fill me up at the time, but it doesn't last long. I'm hungry not long after. 3. They soak up a LOT of fluid. Personally I have braces so I have to have things soft, so it takes a lot of milk to soften them. 4. They're quite bland. Overall I'd say they're worth a go. They are quite pricey for what they are, considering they don't fill you up much. You can mix them with other things like flaxseed, psyllium, nuts, seeds, cacao whatever to make more of it.
Tasted like cardboard
Absolutely disgusting. Tasted like cardboard and ridiculously expensive.
Some packs are good, some aren't. The peices in so
Some packs are good, some aren't. The peices in some packs are unfortunately like cement and have a gritty texture in the mouth even if left to soak for a bit. Love that it's low in sugar though.
I loved these but....
I think these tasted great for the few days I was able to eat them. I have celiac disease, so was very excited to have a new cereal option to try. They definitely reminded me of wheatabix and I just loved the texture and taste of these. But, I noticed that each day I ate these I was getting continually sicker and eater and more fatigued, flu like and ended up bed bound and could barely stand to do the most basic of things. Once I removed this cereal, it faded away within a few days. Whether I was reacting to the grain itself (even though something can say gluten free it can still have small amounts of gluten in it or contamination issues somewhere down the line) or if I was reacting to the added vitamins, I'm not sure. I'm suspecting it was the vitamins, which are highly processed and not natural, as I have done well with other brands of sorghum. I do wish they would come out with a non-vitamin enriched version, something a bit more natural, as I really wanted to keep having them, they taste great. If you aren't so sensitive to things, I would recommend them, they are lovely but if like me you are very sensitive, especially to highly processed ingriedents (the added man-made vitamins for instance are very high in free bound glutamate, which is pretty much just MSG, under another name) I would recommend going about with caution.
Great texture and taste
Excellent Gluten and Oat Free cereal
It's hard to find a good cereal without gluten AND oats so I was very glad a friend recommended this to me. I have it with almond milk and it's great.
Excellent - gluten free alternative to oatibix - love the flavour - yum☺
Excellent cereal but takes a lot of milk to soak u
Excellent cereal but takes a lot of milk to soak up.