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Default Breakfast cereal review - Quakers Oat Crunch

Background to the product: Quakers Oat Crunch is a relatively new product
from Quaker.

I tried a bowl of around 50gm with full fat pasteurised milk and no sugar.

Review: Texture was like baked cardboard, so quite crumbly. It didn't taste
of much, though there's a malty tang to it, and a hint of brown sugar.

My opinion: Worth a try, though not the sort of breakfast cereal you can get
hooked on. 2 stars.

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