Goofy Question. Do the LOW SUGAR new versions of old favorite cereals (like COCO PUFFS) taste the same to you?

Goofy Question. Do the LOW SUGAR new versions of old favorite cereals (like COCO PUFFS) taste the same to you?

Bignuf Bignuf
I know that sugar is supposed to be something we really eat too much of, but I have to admit, my favorite kid cereals, which I still enjoy from time to time, just don't taste the same since going to "whole grain/less sugar". They may be "better" for me (by how much is debatable), but I have to admit, I don't get the same "enjoyment" from them.

How about you?
08/27/2012
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Sodom and Gomorrah Sodom and Gomorrah
Oh hell no, why they switching to wheat??! Wheat is not healthier! Every time I eat wheat I start itching all over.
08/27/2012
Intrepid Niddering Intrepid Niddering
Honestly, I didn't notice any difference, but then, I rarely ate those growing up, anyway. They were always too sweet for me. Growing up, I ate things like Corn Flakes, Rice Krispies, Cheerios, and Shredded Wheat. And I still eat those. I've been told I eat boring cereal. Occasionally, I'll eat Trix or Fruity Pebbles, but it's not that often. They're just way too sweet to me.
08/27/2012
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