healthy breakfasts – two questions.

healthy breakfasts – two questions.

So I've been trying to clean up my broke diet. I've tended to eat really badly and skip on important meals, like breakfast choosing 2 granola bars (that may as well be candy bars) and a glass of milk instead of something more healthy. Today when I was shopping I picked up a couple of Odwalla bars (link is a picture). I had one on my way home from the grocery store and it was really good! Really really good and looking at the back of the label it's better for you than my granola bars and milk. So I poked around on line and found a recipe for it. This makes me happy. However, each of them make about 10 servings and I'm worried about storing them. If I ate one each morning for breakfast how would I keep the last one, that wouldn't be eaten until the next week, from being like oatmeal covered cement? Do you guys have any suggestions about keeping them fresh and non-cement-like? I was thinking refrigerate (obviously) in individual plastic wrap/foil wrapped packages? Question two! I'd like to couple these bars with like a yogurt smoothie drink but they're SOOO expensive. I know it's possible to make yogurt at home but is it possible to make fruit yogurt at home that's the right consistency for drinking? Or is it possible to take plain yogurt and make it fruit yogurt since plain yogurt is so much cheaper than fruit yogurt then I could just throw it into a blender with some ice and milk. Maybe a banana.. mmm yummy smoothie.
Heligan gardens, Cornwall

Heligan gardens, Cornwall

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Bug ID and Lily ID

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Guessing garden update and ID

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Please help identify this plant

Please help identify this plant