Le cul entre les deux chaises

An American Spaniard in France or: How I Learned to Make an Ass of Myself in Three Cultures

My favorite meal

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Honestly, another thing I would eat all day, every day and never tire of: plain Cheerios and a bunch of cold milk. I like to keep my Cheerios crunchy so I use an advanced eating technique called janelling where you put the dry food in your mouth, then take a drink, mixing it all together as you chew. Sadly, a normal-sized box of Cheerios in Paris is too expensive for regular consumption so this is a treat I seldom enjoy.

Mr. Bear also likes Cheerios

Mr. Bear also likes Cheerios and milk

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Original plain Cheerios are only made in the US. In the UK, their “regular” kind is Multi-Grain which I don’t like because it’s sweetened and therefore gross. Unfortunately, this kind is available in more places here and is cheaper which is a double insult. The kicking-me-while-I’m-down award goes to Honey Nut Cheerios which you can seemingly buy anywhere, even in Spain, and which I can’t stand in the slightest because they’re chock full of sugar and yuck flavoring. (I assume that last part as they taste yuck but I haven’t actually checked the ingredients).

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Author: le cul en rows

I'm an American Spaniard, living in France. I like to tell stories.

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  1. The French seems to like lots of sugar in their cereals. I am amazed at the selection with sugar but sadly there isn’t much choices when you don’t like it so sugary.

    • I have also been surprised by how all the cereal here seems to be full of sugar and almost nothing else. My preference for non-sweet things for breakfast isn’t very common in the US either, but at least there, you can choose from half a kilometer of cereals in most supermarkets.

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