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What foods are everyone addicted to?

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by JWBlue, Sep 27, 2012.

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  1. JWBlue

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    Trader Joes' almonds > roasted and unsalted.

    They are lightly roasted which I prefer. Super crunchy.

    They are sold in a package with 13 single serving packages. They might have bags that are not
    broken up into single servings.

    Good thing they come in single serving packages. Otherwise I would not be able to
    control myself and I would be eating them constantly. Crack is probably less addictive.

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    Snyder's Sea Salt and Cracked Pepper Pretzels.
     
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    Red Vines licorice.

    Can't leave Target without it.
     
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    Trader Joes' fruit leather.

    Package of two.

    I eat one a day six days a week.

    No sugar added.

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    Blue Diamond Wasabi Almonds - pop a few at a time and it can take your breath away. Evidently very popular since our closest Walmart is always out of them; and if they are not out, they are when I get done buying what is left!
     
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    Ben & Jerry's Red Velvet Cake ice cream. Also, pistachios.
     
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    I assume that you have eaten a quart in one sitting.
     
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    Triscuits. Weird, right?
     
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    Aged WI cheddar cheese. The more years, the better. 6 year old is probably the best & richest.

    I grew up in Wisconsin-go figure.:poke:
     
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    Never leave a container of any size unfinished.
     
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    I am a Chocoholic!
     
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    What flavor?

    What do you think about the Garden Herb?


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    A freshly cooked batch of Jell-o Vanilla pudding.

    For a double treat, eat half just when it is cool enough to eat it, then finish it the next day when it is solid and wonderful.

    Best buck-a-week I can spend (cost of milk doesn't count... it is in the fridge anyway!)
     
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    Pudding never seems to taste good any longer than the day it was made.

    Putting it in the refrigerator makes it solid to a point that it never becomes as smooth as the day it was prepared.
     
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    I love Chorizo sausage. I bring some back from Spain every trip.
     
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    beef jerky, parrano cheese, almonds and peanut butter. (not at the same time though)

    Especially the peanut butter and company flavored peanut butters.
     
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    Pop chips. The big bags from costcos. :thumbsup:
     
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    Haribo Gold Gummi Bears......FTW!!!!!! :nworthy:
     
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    Freshly popped popcorn, white corn please, done in the microwave with olive oil and then sprinkled with sea salt.

    Animal crackers dipped in Nutella.

    And to chime in on the pudding conversation, I love warm butterscotch pudding!!
     
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    I had a chance to try some 9 YO, and I did not note much difference from a 5 or 6 year old. A bit more crystalization, but not much change in flavor. However, I agree with your basic premise, and I am more than willing to test it further. :peace:
     
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