16 foods in 1 (Mar, 1922)

Looks like a bowl of grubs…

16 foods in 1

Think what children get in Puffed Wheat every time you serve it. Whole grains made wholly digestible. Every food cell blasted. All the 16 elements in wheat are made available as food.

That’s whole-grain diet in its ideal form.

A Prof. Anderson creation That is the object in Puffed Wheat and Puffed Rice—to fit whole grains to completely feed.

The problem was solved by Prof. A. P. Anderson.

It is done by shooting the grains from guns. By causing a steam explosion inside every food cell.

Makes children love whole-grain foods The toasted grain bubbles, nut-like in taste, form real food confections. No other cereal food compares in delights.

So Puffed Grains are welcome, morning, noon and night. With cream and sugar, with melted butter or in bowls of milk. Their ease of digestion makes them all-hour foods and ideal foods for bedtime.

Puffed Wheat Puffed Rice The Quaker Oats Company Sole Makers

  1. Myles says: March 17, 201011:01 am

    If a grain of wheat is 16 foods in one, what is a piece of pizza? Since the grain is wholly digestible, does that mean I won’t have to use a washroom anymore? The wonders of science. 🙂

  2. Me says: March 17, 20101:09 pm

    You can still buy these products.

  3. Firebrand38 says: March 17, 20101:28 pm

    Duh! I mean, talk about pointing out the obvious.

  4. KD5ZS says: March 17, 20101:59 pm

    I prefer puffed Kashi because they have besides wheat and rice they also have buckwheat, barley, oats, etc. puffed.

  5. Don says: March 17, 20103:33 pm

    I could talk about pointing out the obvious, but . . .
    . . . anything I would say about the obvious . . .
    . . . would be . . .
    . . . obvious . . . .

  6. Charlene says: March 17, 20104:35 pm

    This is actually why they use short-grain rice to make Rice Krispies – long-grain rice looks like grubs. They also use sugar to make the Krispies brown.

  7. Firebrand38 says: March 17, 20105:03 pm

    Don: Obviously. But don’t be negative!

  8. Toronto says: March 17, 20107:42 pm

    Oh, don’t shoot him from a gun, FB. Save that for the wheat puffs.

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