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    Muesli

    As the warm summer days beckon and the Cooked Brekkie too hot back to Yoghurt and Muesli

    Do you make your own or buy?

    The brands in our Lotus are bland and overpriced, while I can easily source oats and nuts some of the dried fruits I like apricot, cranberry are hard to come by.

    There are only so many dried mangoes and bananas you can insert.

    Appreciate any recipes with Thai sourced ingredients.Happy to order online either ingredients or ready mix
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    i've been eating this once or twice a week....



    certainly not great, but good enough.

    and...


    not muesli, but i much prefer this...







    both are under 200 baht/bag.

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    Dried fruits hard to come by? Do you not have a Rimping near you?

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    alas not Harry , the 7-11 has the usual chinese plums banana and mango fill of sugar and other additives, at present it's the stuff above or porridge with fresh bananas, Might try air drying some local produce myself

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    Love me some muesli, the 'natural' kind (i.e. not toasted).

    All in all it's actually not that great of a food though health wise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david44 View Post
    alas not Harry , the 7-11 has the usual chinese plums banana and mango fill of sugar and other additives, at present it's the stuff above or porridge with fresh bananas, Might try air drying some local produce myself
    So where are you?


    https://www.naturehomeasia.com/produ...ed-fruits.html

    http://www.tops.co.th/en/d/DriedFruits

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    ta for that Tops wont deliver here in the sticks but other one looks good

    Appreciate it sent you some roughage

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    Makro sold 5k bags of frozen fresh cranberries prior to Christmas.

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    Occasionally purchase the "McGarrett" muesli brand available here in Tescos and other outlets. Not much added sugar and salt, unlike that "Alpen" crap.

    McGarretts also do decent oatmeal porridge here as well.

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    Never seen those will check them out thanks everyone who took the trouble

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    Mix it with this stuff and some honey and give it a blast in the freezer for 10 minutes


    #VeryNice

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    Cheers punty I always wonder if those mini local yogpots are sperm surplus from members

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    I dont have a makro or tesco in vientiene due to the fact the lao are half ass backward. But recently they got a rimping. Quality produce. Slightly expensive but i can deal with that. Go once a week now to get my muesli and other assorted farang goodies. Still not sure why these coonts dont want to embrace the supermarket thing? Personally i get pissed of driving all over town to get me vitals. And theres never anywhere to park combine this with lao somchais penchent for driving like a coont then it gets irritating. Mods. Maybe move this post to Daily Moan?

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