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Red River cereal

Red River Cereal is a porridge, or hot cereal, made of wheat, rye, and flax, produced in Canada, with some availability elsewhere. It was first created in 1924 in Manitoba. The cereal takes its name from the Red River of the North, more specifically the valley around Winnipeg. The brand name is currently owned by Robin Hood Multifoods, Inc. of Markham, Ontario.

The advised method of cooking, boiling, yields an impressive output for the original ingredients. Generally, the hot cereal is made with a 4:1 water to cereal ratio. For optimum results, it is boiled until desired consistency is reached, then covered and let stand for a period of three to five minutes.

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