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Genericization of Granola, name of an early brand of the cereal, itself a variation of Granula, invented by James Caleb Jackson in 1863. Granula was named after the granules of Graham flour, the main ingredient.
- A breakfast and snack food consisting of loose, crispy pellets made of nuts, rolled oats, honey and other natural ingredients.
breakfast and snack food
- ^ The Nibble (accessed November 20, 2015), “The History Of Granola”, in (Please provide the title of the work)
granola f (plural granolas)