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951 3/22/13 7:40 A
I can usually take them or leave them. But one day I bought this package that looked interesting, it was supposed to be strawberry yogurt flavored or something like that. They were pink. I was not that impressed after trying them, kind of bland and boring, but sweet and not terrible tasting.
I had my grand children over one day and I asked my four year old grandson if he would like one, and as I handed it to him, he said "That makes me sad." He looked so serious. I wish I could have had it on video because something about the way he said it was so was funny, because those things would probably make most people sad!
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2,488 3/22/13 7:31 A
I find them bland and boring. I guess they're a better alternative for people who usually snack on chips but they have little nutritional value. I try to eat high quality, homemade, clean, whole foods for the most part. If I'm going to make an exception to that rule, I'll indulge in cheese or dark chocolate.
ZEN- they have come a long way with them, they actually taste really good now, and with a tall glass of water it is a great snack at 18 pieces for 130 calories. The big round apple caramel ones are 50 calories each and taste super great with fresh all natural peanut butter.
Fitness Minutes: (2,138)
2,488 3/21/13 10:44 A
Rice cakes....they're like eating round pieces of lumpy cardboard, and just as nutritious! No way...I'm not gonna waste my time eating puffed rice and air.
I absolutely love the sea salt and cracked black pepper flavor better then any chip on the market. I also tried the sweet chili I think it was, and that was good too, but these are my favs. Do you like them, and what flavor do you like? I admit when these first came out they were gross, now they are delish.
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