I will say one thing, it came together fast. Is that you? The almond butter-sugar mixture inside these is nutty and creamy, not grainy or dry. I ate four to confirm. The base of the cup is solid and makes a snap when you bite in. These cups have structure and sophistication. Globby, lumpy globs of thick chocolate coating over stale caramel corn.
This entranced half the BA staff and horrified the rest. You be the judge. Some of the poor friends are pockmarked and indecipherable. Is that But these are natural-fruit juice Gushers with less gush, that was true doing the best they can.
I liked their unexpected tang and soft smoosh. They are dusty! They are salty! They are spicy! These are soft, sticky, slightly chewy, and overall, unremarkable. They taste like dehydrated watermelon, because they are. I prefer WaJu. Shreds of lettuce, a one-note, watery gochujang dressing, and puffed rice crunchies to keep you distracted from the bigger problems in your life.
Can a salad really do that? This one can. Add avocado. Another bag full of bags, and in this case, one is filled with a gluey brick of congealed soba noodles that you soak in warm water then separate. My noodles broke into pieces like fideo. The cabbage in the stir fry had the gray, dried-out edge pieces from the base of the plant, which I had to pick out and compost. Joe, why?! Everything is dressed in a cloying soy-ginger sauce.
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Not mad about it. Some moaned. Some groaned.
A saturated cake. This is really good. For anonymous tips, please email staff. That citric acid zing! Salsa that will preserve you from the insides. This spicy but watery, mushy salsa will do in a grocery store salsa pinch.
However, it is not good. And for the love of Joe, do not make it into vegan soup. Like, who goes first, the green beans and the broccoli? What we have here is a bag of frozen vegetables. Do your thing. Joe sliced and then dehydrated red freaking grapes. Can you believe it? But I ate the whole bag. Because while these grapes look like crackly human scabs, they taste like concentrated grapes, with an airy crunchy texture.
The light and airy balls are sweetened with sorghum, and hardly any cocoa. I love the rice-y aftertaste.
If you close your eyes when you drink the cereal milk, it could be horchata. Toasted and buttered, this bread sogs in the center like any processed sandwich bread. For whole grains, try steel cut oats! We were rooting for this one, but sadly it was voted off the island timely Survivor joke. Nut expert Andy Baraghani thought the concept was good, but it needed to be made of another nut, like hazelnut or cashew, because almonds are too dry.
As a result, the dip has the texture of rained-on styrofoam, and tasted of leftover almond milk pulp. We were rooting for this one too! We love dips! However, another dip has been voted off the island. So much so it nearly tastes like melon, an oddly sweet and soapy flavor.
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The smooth and mousse-y texture only added to the sensation that we were eating body butter. Per the BA Test Kitchen editors who tasted it, the recipe needs more salt and spice to move it to the savory direction. Sauce bag! Joe and his secrets. I dipped pretzels in the Amba and it was great. I imagine serving it on crispy-skin salmon. Floppy boneless, skinless chicken breasts would be awesome too.
While the best-by date told me I had some time, it turned out that this loaf dries out quickly. However, the dryness could be offset in a big batch of French toast casserole. Slimy and oregano-ed up the wazoo, deeply in need of acidity from fresh lemon juice or vinegar, I could only stomach a few bites of each before deeply pondering the customer this is meant for.
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Someone who wants a cheese plate no one will touch so they actually eat all of their dinner? Okay, maybe them. What happens when you slim down a perfect cookie? But the ratios go askew. Here we have too much chocolate flavor, not enough cream filling. Sweet and squishy! It reminded me of a sweeter kolache, or a Hawaiian roll with bites of acceptable near-melty chocolate chips. As Billy the Salmon roasted, my entire apartment smelled like barbecue, not a bad thing. I give it four salutes with my toes. William Steig's writing hits the mark as always, delivering lines that are both thoughtful and surprisingly comical.
One of my personal favorites is when the fox first spots the talking bone, and says, "A talking bone. I've always wanted to own something of this sort.
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