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Yes, it is totally permissible no matter how you do it. The relevant concern here is that it's prohibited to "knead" by mixing flour with water to make dough. (That's why making a mush like baby cereal is a bit tricky; it's supposed to be made far thinner than bread dough, and made differently as well.) Corn-flakes-in-milk doesn't look anything like a bread ...
Yes. There's no reason to prohibit that I can think of; a glance at a laws-of-Shabas book reveals no prohibition; and the common practice (in my own limited experience) is to allow it.
The gemara in Chulin bottom of 4a quoting the Tosefta in Pesachim chapter 2, says you may eat chametz of sinners (Jews who keep chametz over Pesach) immediately after Pesach, because you can assume they themselves don't want to eat something assur, and they will have switched their chametz with a nonjew. The gemara suggests this idea is only necessary ...
According to R' Rabbi Moishe Dovid Lebovits According to the basic reading of the Shulchan Aruch it seems that one should wash for bread every morning in order to have pas shacharis.(59) However, many say one is not required to eat bread, and whatever one eats in the morning is sufficient, as long as it is filling.(60) Some say one should be careful to ...
Being that I am not able to comment on other posts yet, I have to do it this way. I once heard in the name of a well-respected Rosh Yeshiva in Eretz Yisroel that pas shacharis is whatever you need to eat in the morning, not specifically bread or bread products. According to that, Trix could be pas shacharis.
There are people who ritualize this in all sorts of ways -- not necessary. The point is that it's important to eat breakfast!
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