I’ve been talking about my PMSy-binging habits in the last entry and loads of that in my Twits. Floodgate finally opened but I can’t seem to get out of that cycle. It’s scary. I’m constantly hungry..not like I-need-food-now-or-i’ll-eat-you-alive kind of hungry. But rather I-think-I-should-be-eating-something-now-and-therefore-I-want-to-bite kind of hungry. It’s all happening inside my head!
Over the weekend, I wanted to stock up for my cube and thought I’ll replenish on biscuits or find something healthy. That didn’t really turn out well. I ended up with a party pack of Cheesels (Original Cheese summore), a pack of Lays Sour Cream + Onion (sounds of choir of angels singing!)..and that’s all for the junky side 😛 I compensated my lack of discipline with this purchase 😀
Vegetable snack!! I saw it at Tesco at the Organic food corner and just thought I could help make myself feel less guilty by munching on…
So far, I have only tasted carrots, long beans, bananas, yam, and purple potato. I have yet to reach the yellow potato (you can see the french fries looking fella at the bottom of the bottle).
My honest feedback:
Taste – Not bad. If you insist telling me that this is vegetable as natural as it gets, I won’t believe you. I’m very sure there’s sodium & sugar involve. The vege mostly taste about the same except for banana and yam. The yam still has its starchiness…which is kinda cool.
Health – Not buying the ingredient label. It only states the vegetable and nothing else involve. BLUFF.com. Talk about gimmicks. They don’t even dare to print the nutrients.
Price – if i’m not wrong, i think this bottle cost me about RM14.90. I probably won’t buy it again unless I’m really desperate for some crunchy something. I won’t pay this price for a bottle of dried vege that doesn’t even have the dignity to print its nutrients & actual ingredients.
But for now… I shall continue to munch… *crunch crunch crunch*