March 2013 Issue
Granola used to be one of those foods like yogurt that you could only find in health foods stores where earthy, health-conscious people shopped. Fortunately, now granola is mainstream. Not only does every grocery store sell it, they also carry all kinds of flavors and varieties, with additions such as fruit, spices, nuts, flax, chocolate, honey and more. Granola is great on its own as a breakfast cereal, but its also fun to sprinkle over yogurt to add a little crunch, to mix with dried fruits for a mid-day snack, or just eat out of the bag for an anytime snack.
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