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Wow that is really an off topic post i cant help you but i hope someone can.
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Wow that is really an off topic post i cant help you but i hope someone can.
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Hearts of Wheat cereal, sold under brand name "New Rinkle" in Super Valu stores.
I eat a lot of it. It is made at Greenfield Mills, Howe,Indiana. I live twenty miles from the mill, so I go to the mill to get mine. They have a nice retail
department.
two pound bag $1.65
four pound bag $2.65
fifty pound bag $14.00 ??
Shipping, who knows?
They have nice selection of organic flours and a cookbook.

enjoy !!
 

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When I was a kid my mom would make us malt-o-meal for breakfast. Nice and hot right off the stove, really hit the spot on a cold morning, and it stuck to your ribs, unlike Wheaties and Cheerios that go right through you. Man I loved that stuff, but I don't think you can buy that anymore either.

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When I was a kid my mom would make us malt-o-meal for breakfast. Nice and hot right off the stove, really hit the spot on a cold morning, and it stuck to your ribs, unlike Wheaties and Cheerios that go right through you. Man I loved that stuff, but I don't think you can buy that anymore either.

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Big Tom,
How long has it been since you've been to the supermarket? Malt-o-Meal is still there and still goin' strong. This is the time of the year to start eating it again. There's a box in my pantry!
 

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nspktr1, get that box out of your pantry and into your freezer. Your enemy is a little moth, about the size of a big mesquito. This moth thrives on starch found
in grains such as oats, wheat, cornmeal, beans, open bowls of pet food; the list is forever. It will live on the paste that glues boxes together. It will eat through cardbord and thin plastic film. It can sneak past screw threads on jars.
It will spread through you house like dandelion seed in your yard.
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dipdigger,
Unfortunately here in Tennessee we do have that pesky little kritter. That's why everything in my pantry is in plastic containers or ziplock bags. The big problem tho'--is that the larvae for this kritter is sometimes already in the material, such as cornmeal and unprocessed flour. That is why it is important that this be stored in the freezer.
 

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"Take a tip from Tom, go and tell your Mom, hot Ralston's can't be beat!"

My Mom always served it with a scoop of ice cream plopt in the middle of the bowl.
 
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