Tuesday, November 17, 2009
The dentist, who I will call "Ron", noticed something curious about his favorite breakfast cereal, Kellogg's Raisin Bran, last week. He thought that he could see some strange black specks in the cereal.
"Ron" took the package back to his office and examined the contents under his microscope and lo and behold, the black specks were worm segments!
In the interest of science, "Ron" went to Costco and bought two more boxes of Raisin Bran. Both new boxes also contained the worm segments. He made some inquiries and was told that the worms had been killed in the intense frying heat that had initially produced the cereal.
I don't know if any other cereals suffer from this added and unwanted protein source but would advise a little caution before you pour their contents into your cereal bowl in the morning.