Non-Nutritive Cereal Varnish Fake Exists for a REASON People
So Travis and I were making breakfast the other morning, and he was making his cereal WRONG. He likes it mushy, so he piles no less than three different kinds of cereal into one bowl, douses the whole pile with cow milk, (eew) and, HE LETS IT SIT THERE.
He just let it sit there, letting the milk ooze into the crevices of his cereal, making it soggy and as far as I was concerned, rendering his entire bowl of cereal completely inedible.
“Dude, your cereal is ready. You should eat it before it gets mushy.”
“I like it mushy. I am waiting for it to attain it’s full glory.”
“Eeew.” “Crunchy is better. Clark W. Griswold didn’t develop the non-nutritive cereal varnish for nothing.”
“I guarantee you that non-nutritive cereal varnish doesn’t exist, and if it did, it wouldn’t be on Trader Joe’s cereals.”
“Oh I know, but the point remains, crunchy cereal is better. If it wasn’t non-nutritive cereal varnish wouldn’t even fictitiously exist.”
So who is right? The serial cereal musher or the crunchy granola mama? What level of crunch do you prefer your morning bowl-o to attain or maintain?