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You must have spent many cold nights by the fire with her, listening to stories about the good old days and how they ate everything from scratch.If you wade through granola literature – especially its history – there may be variations in the facts and timelines but they all point to one thing: man’s pursuit for health…and what happens after that pursuit is successful. The people behind the cereal industry have amassed wealth because of their efforts at bringing wholesome nuts and grains to the tables of millions of people. He was all out for the vegetarian diet and urged people to avoid meat, alcohol and caffeine. That led to his concoction of Graham crackers which may have given rise to the early granola movement. Caleb Jackson from New York, who was charmed by the spa and hydrotherapy concepts, also took the initiative of pushing for a healthy diet. A major component of his diet was granula – a kind of Graham flour that went through several steps, the idea being to have it broken down in tiny pieces (after it has been baked dry, cracked and then baked again). The health movement was gathering up speed at that time with emphasis on whole grains. Kellogg, however, wanted to turn the boring whole grain diet into something more stimulating for the taste buds.Then in the 1850s somewhere in Michigan, the Seventh Day Adventist Church took shape and was headed by Dr. He took his whole grains, baked them, and developed them into a breakfast food which he called granula.Look closely at your cereal box and imagine yourself being transported way, way back into the 1700s when grains were just coming together.There’s a French Canadian slang expression that goes elle est une granola which means she’s a health food nut, or a woman who dresses simply and wears a lot of wool.

You must have spent many cold nights by the fire with her, listening to stories about the good old days and how they ate everything from scratch.

If you wade through granola literature – especially its history – there may be variations in the facts and timelines but they all point to one thing: man’s pursuit for health…and what happens after that pursuit is successful. The people behind the cereal industry have amassed wealth because of their efforts at bringing wholesome nuts and grains to the tables of millions of people. He was all out for the vegetarian diet and urged people to avoid meat, alcohol and caffeine. That led to his concoction of Graham crackers which may have given rise to the early granola movement. Caleb Jackson from New York, who was charmed by the spa and hydrotherapy concepts, also took the initiative of pushing for a healthy diet. A major component of his diet was granula – a kind of Graham flour that went through several steps, the idea being to have it broken down in tiny pieces (after it has been baked dry, cracked and then baked again). The health movement was gathering up speed at that time with emphasis on whole grains. Kellogg, however, wanted to turn the boring whole grain diet into something more stimulating for the taste buds.

Then in the 1850s somewhere in Michigan, the Seventh Day Adventist Church took shape and was headed by Dr. He took his whole grains, baked them, and developed them into a breakfast food which he called granula.

Look closely at your cereal box and imagine yourself being transported way, way back into the 1700s when grains were just coming together.

There’s a French Canadian slang expression that goes elle est une granola which means she’s a health food nut, or a woman who dresses simply and wears a lot of wool.

What contributes to the fat content are also the coconut, nuts and seeds that are used.