May 29, 2015


By Alison Gillmor

Food & Drink

Hearty, healthy options to start the day right

Alison GIllmor turned up a good recipe for Red River Cereal bread. First produced here in Manitoba in 1924, Red River Cereal is a porridge mix of cracked wheat, cracked rye and flax that has become a bit of a cult food, both for its health benefits and its slightly nutty flavour.

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Alison GIllmor turned up a good recipe for Red River Cereal bread. First produced here in Manitoba in 1924, Red River Cereal is a porridge mix of cracked wheat, cracked rye and flax that has become a bit of a cult food, both for its health benefits and its slightly nutty flavour. Photo Store

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