Results for - How About a Crunch Bag?
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1. Earl;y on in my state's curve-flattening measures to contain Covid-19, it dawned on me that I had no groceries on hand to provode me the psychological satisfactiobn of a solidly crispy crunch. Hve you ever desired foods not as much for their nutritional value nor taste as their texture adn what they do in your mouth?
Yes (& I may give an example of at least one in a comment)
No, not that comes to mind
2. What follows are the goodies I purchased at a nearby dollar store on the day referenced in the first question to make what has become what i call my crunch bag, or sack stocked with low-calorie, shelf-stable snacks of which I can have a few of each in order to comprise one serving (maybe 1&1/2?) in various flavors and textures. Were you so inclined, which snacks would you put in your crunch bag?
Popcorners (triangular chips made of-but don't ask nme how!-of popcorn, in white cheddar adn kettle corn flavors)
Pork rinds (one bag of plain, another of spicy)
Harvest & Lea Crunchy Rice Rolls (like non-marshmallowy, cylindrical Rice Krispies treats, only 40 calorioes per serving)
3. Relying on the stock of the aforementioned dollar store and another on the other side of my apasrtment building, I've switched up the contents of my crunch bag on occasion. Which of the following munchies would you store in your similar satchel?
Pork cracklins (rinds wth a but of far on them, for a thickers texture than rinds alone)
Angie's Boomchickapop Popcorn, sweet and salty flavor
Munch Rights Baked Puffs, apple cinnamon flavor (think of baked Cheetos, but not cheesy)
Farmer's Pantry Cornbread Crisps, honey butter flavor
4. If there are other snacks you'd put in your own crunch bag, wyuld you be willing to share your choice(s) in a comment?
I've no interest in eating crunchy snacks, or at least putting them together in a bag.
07/30/2020 Food & Drink 2471 140 By: jlrake