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    Pompanoosuc Porridge Mix – A Tasty hot cereal made with steel-cut oats, white whole wheat bulgur, and good-for-you flax.

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Steel Cut Oats, Wheat Bulgur, Steelcut Oats, Healthy Recipe, Hot Cereal, Goodforyou Flax, Pompanoosuc Porridg, Good For You Flax, Porridg Mixed

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