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Is it basic? Are there four of whatever it is? Find out!
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Reviewed by Andrew on August 10, 2016.
Well, there’s fiber, and then there’s high fiber. Try this.
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The first ready-to-eat breakfast cereal was invented in 1863 by James C. Jackson. It was a form of whole grain flour dough baked into dry leaves, broken into chunks and baked again, and then ground into still smaller chunks.
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