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I'm not Jewish so not an expert on the rules of keeping kosher, but have you looked into making your own cereal? It's really easy, and tastes much more interesting than the packaged stuff. You can use a variety of grains and beans, either mixed or individually. I used "Super Baby FOod" as my reference for water/cereal ratios. But you just use a coffee grinder or blender to grind up the raw grains/legumes, then cook them with water for a few minutes on the stove. My DD loved cereals with brown rice, oatmeal, lentils, millet, and barley. She especially loved a combo of brown rice, millet, and lentils (especially with a spoonful of mashed black beans added in or half an egg yolk). So if you can find any grain or dried legumes kosher for passover, you could use them to make your own cereal. just a thought. Good luck!