bought a box of that cinnamon toast crunch a long with a gallon of whole milk. After the first cup of the stuff. It tasted flavorful. Then as I began tasting my second cup, half an hour later, it began to taste kind of extreme. I remember in the past I would love to drink the milk after eating the cereal. But the milk tasted so disgustingly sweet. My body felt bad. I dunno if it's the sugar or the cinnamon doing that. Last week, I tasted some yogurt (you know the sucky low fat with tons of sugar to make up for the lack of fat, yogurt) for the first time in 2 years. And it too tasted just a tad bit sickeningly sweet after I ate it. Last week, I ate a box of raisin bran. While, it wasn't as sickeningly sweet as the cinnamon toast crunch, it did give a nice taste to the after-milk when I drank it. But a couple days ago, I paid the price for eating that stuff, as I forgot just how much fiber is bad for you. My colon was in severe pain for 15 hours as it tried to pass an enlarged stool through the colon wall on the right side of my stomach. I also tried a cookie with frosting on it, that was being given out as samples by the grocery store. That too tasted sickeningly sweet. It was like an immediate rejection. So I dunno. I'm kind of not surprised as much, and I'm a bit disappointed at the same time. I'm living in an extended stay hotel room right now, and I don't yet have access to the means to buy and cook my favorite carb, white rice. I used to buy a big old sack of basmati rice from this store, that would last me weeks, but I'm no longer there anymore. But I'm also proud of my body for rejecting these foods like that. Let's me know they're definitely bad. So I'm thinking, well, I'm experimenting with just sticking to fruits for my carbs. Except if I eat too many bananas, the potassium in them makes me sick of them. Hmm, maybe strawberries and grapes for now. It is amazing how they price the things that actually have real food in them. For example, a 113g "beef and bean" burrito that only actually has a tiny deceptive amount of beef in there that you can't even really taste, hidden behind some hydrogenated soybean oil and whey protein and textured vegetable protein and mono & diglycerides, which costs $0.42. That verses a 170g burrito made by a company that uses organic ingredients and none of that crappy stuff and actual meat in there that you can see and taste, costing $3.00. Now I dunno if I should throw away the $2.5 box of cereal I have here, or just finish it for the rest of the week and never buy it again.