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  • n. crisp flake made from corn


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  • Meanwhile, John Kellogg was upset that his brother added sugar to the flake recipe to improve sales, a supplement he believed would liberate the public libido and turn every corn flake aficionado into a raging sexaholic.

    Chuck Klosterman on Media and Culture


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