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January 25, 2019Reviewer: Jay in Connecticut* Soy based cereals are an “acquired” taste IMHO, and this product is no different. I use Almond milk and if you eat it quickly it will be crunchy. If you let it set it will absorb the milk and soften up, edible either way. I’ve had luck using a small amount of sugar free chocolate syrup to flavor it up a bit.
September 24, 2008Reviewer: Darryl in Utah* You get quite a bit for your money, but I think it's not very tasty. I eat it with lots of splenda to mask the taste. It does get rid of the cereal craving for a while though --mostly because it doesn't taste all that great and makes you not want cereal again for a while.This review is specific to Nutlettes Cereal
1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulMay 08, 2008Reviewer: Diana in Iowa* This stuff is great but you can use texturized vegetable protein (TVP) for almost the same taste. TVP is a bit crunchier and has 160 per 1/2 cup but it is almost the same. The Nutlettes is pretty good though and I would highly recommend it for somebody looking for low carb cereal. I don't personally recommend soy flour as non fermented soy and soy byproducts have been known to have very bad effects on the human body.This review is specific to Nutlettes Cereal