National Geographic : 1917 Apr
Making a Food Confection of Four Things Folks Like Best The four best-liked foods, probably, are Fruits - Nuts - Sugar - Cream Most sweetmeats are made of them. They are now being served-in com bination-on a million breakfast tables. But, instead of nuts, use nut-like bub bles of wheat or rice. They are thin and crisp and flaky. And they taste like toasted nut meats. Prof. Anderson rather ob jects to treating Puffed Grains as tidbits. To him they are scientific whole-grain foods. They are shot from guns. Every food cell is exploded for easy, complete digestion. But Puffed Grains got their world-wide welcome because they are delightful. No other grain food so fascinates the young. So we urge their daintiness to bring you their good. You will never find a morning dish folks like so well as Puffed Grains Puffed Puffed Wheat Rice and Corn Puffs Each 15c Except in Far West The Dairy Dish Thousands of men now avoid dulling luncheons by eating Puffed Grains in milk. Thousands of chil dren go to bed on this ideal good-night dish. It means a whole-grain food, with every element anybody needs. It means easy digestion-no tax on the stomach-for the food cells are all exploded. And it means toasted grain bubbles, flimsy and crisp, with a flavor that never was imitated. Three grains are now prepared in this form, giving you variety. And they should be served in place of flour foods wherever they apply. Keep all three kinds on hand. The Quaker Oats Company Sole Makers (1555) "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."