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Skinner's Raisin Bran, Whole Grain Cereal, 13-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 6)


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Whole Wheat Kernels Including the Bran, Raisins, Sugar, Salt, Malt Syrup, Niacin, Riboflavin (Vitamin B2), Thiamin Mononitrate (Vitamin B1).

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Low fat. High fiber. America's first raisin bran. In 1926, we became the first to blend hearty wheat flakes with sweet tender raisins to make the special taste of raisin bran. And still today, nobody else makes raisin bran our way the original way. Taste the whole-grain difference. We use the large wheat berry, or kernel, harvested from golden fields of hard winter wheat. Every berry is steam cooked, rolled flat, and then toasted to just the right crackly crunch. Look closely at an individual flake. You can still see the shape of the original grain! Other companies mash and process their wheat, and then re-form it into flakes. Our rolled berry method gives you the true whole grain flavor of wheat in a flake that stays crunchier longer in milk. Naturally sweet, plump raisins. We give you big select California raisins, sun-ripened to their sweet, natural best. They don't need the sugar coating that so many other companies give their raisins. Rich in fiber. Skinner's Raisin Bran is a natural source of the fiber you need. Fiber aids the digestive system. And as a part of your regular daily diet, fiber helps keep you feeling fit. More than breakfast. Try Skinner's Raisin Bran on snack trays, with fresh fruit salad, in trail mix for camp-outs, in recipes shown on this box, or in your recipes calling for bran. Use your imagination! High fiber; Low fat; Low sodium; No preservatives.

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  • Shipping Weight: 7.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001E5E3B2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #73,978 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Not too sweet... is what I like about it.
Brian S. Luenser
We are glad to be able to order our favorite Raisin-Bran, as we cannot always find it in the grocery stores.
Peggy Ott
Skinner's Raisin Bran is the best cerial for me.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Diane Houslanger on October 3, 2006
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This cereal must be like one of those "cilantro things". Maybe some people have tastebuds that make it taste like cardboard and some people love it. I'm on the "love it" side so I felt I had to write a review. I think the flakes have a delicious toasty flavor and it always seems to have plenty of raisins (?). My kids like it too. This product is all natural, really, and has a great, old-fashioned toasted grain flavor. Maybe the other reviewers are used to eating chemicals for breakfast.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Hypoxy on November 30, 2007
As with other reviewers, this cereal was part of my childhood, and it ruined any other dry cereal for me forever.

The chewy raisins are infinitely better than the soft gummy ones in other raisin brans (and there is the PERFECT amount of raisins! It is cereal with raisins in it, not half raisins and half cereal like some I've eaten), and the wonderfully tasty flakes (whole kernel, double-toasted REAL wheat flakes; not a paste molded into the shape of flakes) stay crunchy-to-al dente until it's eaten.

I can only find it locally at my health food store under the name Erewhon Raisin Bran, but it's the same thing.

[And re: the couple of "Yuck" reviews. They remind me of the time I was visiting a daughter in Florida and decided to make my 10 year-old grandson some chocolate pudding, his favorite thing in the world.

I made it from scratch with whole milk, fresh eggs, excellent chocolate, Madagascar Bourbon vanilla, a knob of butter. I had it cooled in little individual custard cups when he got home from school and proudly sat one of them on the table for him.

He took a spoonful and his face fell. Stunned, I said, "What's the matter? Don't you like it?"

He said as politely as he knew how, "It just doesn't taste like REAL pudding...." ("Real" pudding being the little Jello cups in the 6-pack: only kind of chocolate pudding he'd ever had.) Enough said.]

The muffins you can make with this cereal are w/o doubt the best bran muffins I've ever eaten and everyone who tries them says the very same thing. Here's the original recipe my mother made for us kids with back in the 1940s and I make for my grandchildren today. I'm never without the batter in the fridge.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Teresa A. Windmiller on February 18, 2007
I have spent the better of my adult life chasing locations for Skinner's Raisin Bran. And the quest has always been worth the journey, when I can find it. Like one other review states...I,too, think that there must be a Skinner's Cult! I could be their leader. My first taste was when my Grandpa bought me a box...and that was around 56 years ago. Hooked instantly! If you are NOT one of their sugar junkies, that our generation created..you will LOVE this cereal!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Paul on July 13, 2007
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The wisdom in the old saying, "compare apples to apples...oranges to oranges," etc. applies here. If you compare Skinner's Raisin Bran to other raisin brans, you are comparing apples to oranges, so to speak. Skinner's is made by an entirely different process than any other raisin brans. While I have had to use Post Raisin Bran and some of the organic products when I was unable to find Skinner's, the difference in taste is dramatic. The difference is in the way each is made. Skinner's is made by steaming the whole wheat kernels, rolling them flat and baking them. The common brands of raisin brans are made from wheat flour and other ingredients, and the flour is most commonly "bleached and enriched", having been refined by separating the components of the wheat berry and bleaching the endosperm,the major ingredient in bleached wheat flour. Therefore, cereals made with bleached wheat flour lack the bran and most certainly the wheat germ. Those two nutritionally essential components of the wheat berry (the bran and the germ) not only provide the strong flavor, but also all the healthy ingredients provided by "whole wheat". Furthermore, it is a well-known fact that only whole grains can be completely metabolized by the body; refined grains less so and tend to be stored rather than fully metabolized.

Therefore, for those cereal eaters who are accustomed to raisin bran or other cereals made from wheat flour with flavor enhancers, the Skinner's at first taste may seem strong, mainly because whole wheat has a strong flavor, which could be interpreted as "bad" because it is so different from those made with refined flour.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By R. Oliver on January 11, 2007
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OK, writing a review for a ceral seems silly for an adult. But I really like Skinner's Raisen Bran, and it's hard to get. My local supermarkets will sometimes carry it for awhile, but then stop carrying it, leaving me "high and dry." They all carry Uncle Sam Cereal from the same company: US Mills. Having Skinner's available here on Amazon is great.

Skinner's Raisen Bran claims to be the first raisen bran, introduced in 1926. That may be, but what's unique about it is that the cereal flakes are not formed by grinding up the grain, making it into a paste, and then forming it into flakes. Skinner's uses toasted whole grain wheat flakes complete with the bran and germ. It's a refreshing eye-opener after spending a lifetime eating typical American cereals and other brands of raisen bran.

In addition, Skinner's doesn't seem to coat their raisens with granuals of sugar. Who needs sugar on a sweet raisen?! Well, apparently just about all major brands of raisen bran think that you want it. Look at the raisens next time. It's quite silly. Plus, it's really just wasted sugar calories if you're watching such things.

Skinner's is not for everyone, though. Since people are used to the more processed flakes in other cereals, they may not like the crisp, clean crunch of Skinner's. I prefer it. The un-sugared raisens are a bonus too. Personally, I think the "health food" supermarket isles and stores should all carry Skinner's. They carry other "healthy" brands of raisen bran, and those are horrid; they taste like eating cardboard! Give Skinner's a try!
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