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Where to find bran


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Posted by lele on May 02, 2003 at 18:08:54:

In Reply to: Where to find bran posted by iwana on May 02, 2003 at 16:26:33:

Oats may be easier to find. But Julie's suggestion of a feed store is a good one or if you have a local co-op or natural food store you should be able to buy it in bulk - cheap. As for the alfalfa pellets...on all those care sheets I mentioned not one said anything about it - I've always known it to be cereal base. Check out those sheets, tho' as there may have been other suggestions easier for you to get :)

:Bran is usually found in the cereal isle, near the warm cereals (cream of wheat and such). It's usually pretty pricy, tho (nearly $3 for a tiny little box).

:If you can find a feed store in your area, you can buy a big bag of red bran for about $2 (10 lb bag). You might not see it on the shelves, so don't be shy to ask an employee.

:If all else fails, you can try using some All Bran cereal and slightly crushing it with a blender or food processor.

:Hope this helps!

:Julie




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