Our civilizational decline continues as Kellogg’s unveils new cereal with powdered instant milk
· · Sep 8, 2022 · NottheBee.com

It seems like so long ago that, under the wise and far-sighted leadership of President Donald Trump, our tables were always full with a cornucopia of delights: Heaps of slow-roasted succulent meats, platters of tender potatoes and rutabagas, mountains of baked Alaska and massive tureens of banana pudding...pretty much anything you wanted, you just snapped your fingers and one of your butlers brought it to you.

Heck, why shouldn't it have been that way? Our president was a man who knew food. He once had his own line of steaks, for goodness's sake!

But those days are long gone, and now, in Joe Biden's America, you'll be lucky to get your hands on a dusty old container of cereal over which you'll be expected to pour tap water:

Kellogg's wants you to add water to its new cereal. Really.

The company's new "instabowls" look like traditional single-serve bowls — little tubs of cereal, designed to be eaten dry or with milk. But the instabowls also contain milk powder. When you add cold water and stir, the milk rehydrates and voila: instant milk and cereal.

This is the "first time that we're able to give consumers the opportunity to have a milk and cereal experience without having milk readily available," said Chris Stolsky, marketing director at Kellogg. "This can go with you wherever."

Oooh yeah that's the stuff. Love that "milk and cereal experience!" Can't get enough of that industrial preserved milk product!

Just think, in the days of plenty you could sit down to an icy cold glass of milk straight from the cow, like a civilized man.

Now you gotta pry open a plastic lid and take a snootful of powdered milk-like substance.

What a time to be alive!

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