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Old 10-27-2014, 05:23 PM   #1
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Trader Joe's Baked Snack-O's review....

This is my second review from the store.

This is the onion ring type snackfood they sell.

Nice light yellow color.

The rings were on the small side of things.

Nice and crunchy.

They had good taste, but not most favorite brand.

I give this snackfood item a medium sized thumbs up.

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Old 10-27-2014, 07:07 PM   #2
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Mind if I add a mini review of a Trader Joe made house brand product?

Their Trader Joe's Low Fat Granola cereal with blueberries. They made it too crunchy hard. Milk doesn't even start to phase it, it's still is rock hard even after sitting in a bowl of milk for 5 minutes.

Granola is one of those breakfast foods that's just waiting to be made right. Normally it just sinks to the bottom of the bowl and you drudge it up with your spoon. I'm thinking of a granola that is made of clusters that almost "float" in your cereal bowl. I'm sure it can be done, except noones bothered to try. As of now, granola sits in your cereal bowl like sand sits in a gold miners panning bowl. I want a granola in clusters that are still crunchy but don't sink like gravel in a bowl. If I were rich, I'd have my people on it.
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