bran flake


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Noun1.bran flake - wheat flake including the bran
cold cereal, dry cereal - a cereal that is not heated before serving
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My bran flake cereal, one of the most boring foods that you could imagine, has an amber ring around the sugar content on the traffic light nutrition information.
The second option is a lightly sweetened, hearty whole wheat flake with cinnamon clusters, and the third option is a lightly sweetened whole grain wheat and bran flake with fruit and crunchy almonds.
8 cups thinly sliced, peeled, cored apples Sugar (see chart on page 242) Quick-cooking tapioca or cornstarch (see chart) 1/2 to 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger or ground nutmeg Lemon juice (see chart) Pastry for a double-crust 9-inch pie 1 cup bran flake or raisin-bran flake cereal (optional)
The New Range Includes - Branberry, Rich, Tropical, Delight and FairTrade Mueslis: Branberry - A delicious take on the traditional bran flake - 100% healthy, 100% delicious and 100% organic bran flakes with oodles of sumptuous strawberries and the finest sultanas make this breakfast a feast for the eyes, nose and mouth.
And these days, many manufacturers try to entice you by promising their cereal is "Made with Whole Grain" In fact, it might appear that those rainbow-colored, sugar-coated rings are the nutritional equal of a bran flake or shredded wheat, but it's not the case.
Fruit 'n Fibre claims to be the "highest fiber bran flake." Which of the following has more fiber?
NHS Supply will no longer stock Weetabix and Bran Flakes because of rising prices.
NHS Supply will no longer routinely stock breakfast cereals Weetabix and Bran Flakes because of rising prices.
By moving to bran flakes from rice puffs for breakfast, wholemeal rather than white bread for a sandwich at lunch-time, and brown rice instead of white for dinner, you can raise your fibre intake by several grams.
One is 'insoluble' and is found in bran, cereals, wholegrain and wholemeal foods like brown bread, wholemeal pasta and bran flakes, as well as vegetables and whole fruit.