Never heard of it but probably wouldn't try it. With a name like crap for cereal, doesn't appeal to me at all! And then they want $10 for it! Wow, if I was going to charge that much for cereal, I would have thought of a much better name! Who wants to pay $10 for crap? LOL
I wouldn't buy it but I am sure there will be people that will. I agree with making your own.
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I'm with nevergiveup - why would anyone want to buy a food with such a name? And why would they choose such a name for a healthy food and then assume they can succeed in selling it for $10 a box? Good to have a sense of humor, I suppose, but I'm curious enough about the story behind the name that I'm headed to their website now.
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The name itself is a big turnoff. I don't want to eat crap even if it is holy-
No wonder the girl on their website is laughing, she's on her way to the bank. No way, I wouldn't buy it.
One thing to be careful of when buying cereal though, do not buy it if it contains BHT. I wrote a blog today (no need to reply) but it list the poison in our foods (US) that have been banned in other countries. I had four boxes of cereal in my pantry with BHT! We need to be aware of what is in our food. ....A pretty scary list!
GlitterFairy - I'm with you on that one. I only asked because I am completely unwilling to purchase something at that cost when I CAN get the ingredients on my own (and I so rarely eat cereal; it would possibly go stale before I finished it - again a waste of money)
eight servings of two tablespoons!! that's ridiculous That's over a dollar for each serving, and they suggest you let it soak up stuff, too, like they did on the "Dragon's Den" show. Sounds a bit like a scam for the gluten free crowd, yet again. But of course, with Kathy Smart pushing it (she's become rather popular of late) at the latest GF Expo - people will be buying it, regardless of the cost, I'd suppose.
You can get all of the exact same ingredients and put together the cereal for yourself for cheaper. It's like the difference of buying a large oatmeal cookie for your kids to split, or getting the ingredients and making a batch of cookies, freezing extra, etc. or buying a plate of spaghetti at a restaurant, or making it for your entire family yourself for the same cost. Ya know? it might be costly to get the ingredients together, but it is way more cost effective.
I had to look this one up, with a name like holy crap.lol but it sounds like its very healthy, looks very costly too. I dont eat cereal and definitely would not pay 10.00 for a small bag of it. You might be able to order it on amazon. Com for cheaper.
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