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Many dry cereals are fortified with iron, how would you prove that?

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As a teacher I used to run an experiment with my kids in which they put cereal in a ziploc bag and crushed it up with a rolling pin. Then they placed a magnet in the bag and shook it. When they pulled the magnet out of the bag it pulled the iron out with it.

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