Cereal Flakes

Cereal Flakes

 

a food product made of corn, wheat, rice, oats, and other cereal grains; it is prepared by removing the outer coating from the seed, processing the grain into groats, cooking the groats in a sugar and salt syrup, and rolling out the meal into thin flakes, which are then toasted in ovens.

The types of cereal flakes produced in the USSR are ready-toeat corn and wheat flakes, requiring no cooking; they are either plain (natural), sugarand chocolate-coated, or salted. Oats are rolled into uncooked flakes (known as Hercules flakes) for making oatmeal.

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