If you would please be a bit more specific about the ratio of blue to red to yellow "fruit" in the bowl, I will run some computations for you.
I go with 17, but then again, I'm morbidly obese.
None. This stuff has all the nutrition of styrofoam. If it wasn't for the milk, it would have none at all.That is why I live on a very strict diet of pickled eggs, lemons, olives, and beer.Doc
::sigh:: after Tuesday, I can't eat that shit no more, so I'm not the one to ask (though I might be able to do a carb exchange if you gimmie the bowl's volume...)
16 but only because each colored pebble stands on its own and then they create new fruits when combined.Be careful about the serving size, though, because too much fruit will cause an imbalance and then you'll have to counteract that with a high vegetable Bloody Mary.
Why aren't you eating Lucky Charms?
Don't ask me. I was under the impression that eating "Count Chocula" would make me better in math. Nope.
6 - because i said soand dont forget the fiber
Aw, there's hardly anything inside the box when it comes to fruity pebbles. I say if you can get it all into one bowl, then you sir have yourself exactly ONE serving of Fruity Pebbles.
I think a good many of my health issues are due to the enormous quantity of cereal I've consumed in my lifetime.
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