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  • But if you have ever seen a Danish breakfast, in particular a buffet Danish breakfast with its limitless meusli and yogurt, golden rolls and jam, chewy-fresh rye and cheese, creamy coffee in thin-lipped porcelain cups, buttery fruit-nut-cheese-stuffed pastries in the shapes of boats and bows, and bowl after bowl of satiny-skinned berries, you know.

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  • The notion that the little old Guardian, all meusli and skew-whiff hair, brown cords and backpacks has been picking on the mightiest and most powerful information machine on the planet is as laughable as it is pathetic.

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  • I was supposed to be avoiding solid foods, but I just had to have a cupcake so I mashed it in a bowl with milk, for kind of a makeshift cupcake meusli.

    Cupcake interview with Jessie Oleson of Cakespy

  • Did you bring the meusli back to the store-- that's what we do in Rome-- especially if half-eaten.

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  • I applied the licence key, picked up another problem to deal with and then jumped in the shower and got some breakfast, remembering that it had been meusli that we were nearly out of when I was trying to think what we needed from the shops the day before.

    Multi tasking

  • It developed a nice crust that contrasted well with the soft interior of the bread, which had a great texture due to the meusli.

    Blueberry Muesli Bread | Baking Bites

  • I got up very early from bed in my log cabin in the beautiful thick pine forest that touches the beach of Cape Vidal and ate my meusli.

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  • The day dawned very wet and raining and we decided not to cook the bacon and eggs that we had bought but to have the usual meusli and banana. TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • Most of Zermatt's hotels include a copious buffet breakfast of cured meats a specialty of the local Valais region, cheeses, meusli and baked goods. Top Stories

  • The ill informed eco-fascist tree huggers see anything other than living in caves, wearing bear skins and cooking their meusli over a hot rock as sacrilege. news business sport the Daily Telegraph newspaper Sunday Telegraph


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