The Difference Between Muesli & Granola

Muesli and granola are virtually indistinguishable on the grocery store shelf. Despite sharing many common ingredients and remarkably similar histories, however, the two oat-based cereals are actually quite different. Muesli was originally made by combining a small amount of raw rolled oats with almonds and soaked in apple juice (see Bircher’s Muesli). Modern muesli is…

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Bircher Muesli

Bircher Muesli was developed around 1900 by Swiss physician Maximilian Bircher-Brenner for his patients and is still a very popular breakfast throughout Switzerland and Germany. The original recipe called for much more fresh fruit than grain and soaked the raw oats overnight since they took some time to soften. You can make your own delicious…

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Raw Honey Granola

All About Health has finally become fully BEE compliant by recently launching their new offering of Raw Honey Granola. As the name suggests,the product is made with raw, organic honey which is sourced directly from the bee keeper (badger friendly). It contains rolled oats, cashew nuts, almonds, seeds (sesame, pumpkin, flax and sunflower), coconut flakes…

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