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Do you have cold or warm milk with cereal?

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Do you like your breakfast cereal with or without milk (as a snack)? If you like it with milk, do you like the milk cold or luke-warm? Is it because you have always had it that way since your childhood, or you actually prefer the taste of one over the other?

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Cold in summer and warm in winter.
Has to be cold. I can't even have it luke warm. Ice cold is the way forward for me. The only time I can cope with warm milk is on things like porridge. I grew up having cold milk with my breakfast so I guess it is what you get used to.
Always cold ... I've never tried cereal with warm milk
I don't like soggy cereal. I eat mine dry.
Never Cold.
Luke Warm, even in summer.
Hot in winter.
That's how I have always had it....no need to change now.
I had never even heard of the concept of eating cereal with warm milk till I met my husband, but he said he has always had it with warm, and never thought people eat cereal with cold milk. I guess there are many different ways of doing things in the world.
Always cold soy milk, fresh from the fridge. Or cold almond milk. Mmmmm....
I like cold milk and crunchy cereals - yummy
It is my preference - as a child it was always hot milk.

by Zen
Summer=Rice Bubbles with COLD Milk! Only eat if staying at Hotel. At home, don't eat Breakfast at all!

Winter=Hot Porridge with dollops of fresh Cream, & Brown Sugar. Cook in Crock-Pot overnight with Milk!
Since I can remember, all cereal was cold in summer, and hot in winter, but never luke warm. Just the thought of warm, makes soggy sound bad. Hot moo and the 'sog effect' is very quick, so 2 half bowls is best. Cold, plenty of time to enjoy a bowl while watching the very late(early AM) movies. Hot has a creamier taste, if allowed to get to simmer/boil point.
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