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For all of you who love Muesli


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For all of you who love Muesli

GinaJ | Nov 17, 2007 02:15 PM

Having lived in Muesli Country (Germany) for for some time I now basically live off Muesli.
I have been on a long hunt in California for the muesli I know from Europe.

I have been on a long quest for the muesli I know from Europe. It should be unsweetened, has a base of oats and contains pieces of fruit, nuts and various grains.

I had found two alternatives in the past which I had grown tired of: Trader Joe's Blueberry Muesli (who can eat blueberry every morning?) or Bob Red Mill's Old Country Style Muesli which is too heavily loaded with nuts for my taste.

BUT now I am saved: I found out my favorite brand, "Seitenbacher" from Germany started a mail order distribution service in the US. (
I had my first batch of muesli shipped last week and I am very happy.

Seitenbacher sells a large variety, some 100% organic, some with natural ingredients only. All the mueslis are unsweetened and very, very tasty with the right balance of nuts and fruit.
Prices and shipping charges are very reasonable.
Don't mind their awful website, some of it even badly translated from German and their online shop which does not even give you a final bill confirmation. The products make up for it.

If you care for Muesli, don't miss out on this one!!

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