Oberto BBQ Pork Jerky: “Oh Boy! Oberto… Ay Carramba!” ((spoken in sexy Latina voice)). I’ve had beef jerky. I’ve even had ostrich jerky (yup). But wait… there’s even a porky pig jerky? Of all the various animal-beasts that have ever been jerkied, Oberto’s BBQ Pork Jerky is by far the best I’ve tried. Its tasty, all natural flavor really shines through on the very first bite. No artificial crap, no preservatives, and no MSG, yet seasoned to tasty perfection. This pork jerky is also more tender than others jerky meats, so you won’t been dealing with jerky between the teeth, or having to sharpen the claws of your teeth just to achieve a normal bite.
Get this one and chew on it. Maybe even snag the 4-pack. Keep one at home, shove another in your snack drawer at work, another in your car,
and another under your pillow.
Label ingredients: porky, brown sugar, water, salt, tomato paste, spices and natural flavorings, pineapple juice concentrate, vinegar, natural smoke flavor.
Nutrition: 90 cal for 1 ounce, 25 fat cal, 2.5g total fat, 1g sat fat, 400mg sodium, 7 carbs, 0g fiber, 6g sugar, 10g protein
Kashi Simply Maize Cereal: Picture a puffed up, bloated corn flake with big texture and semi-burnt taste. Yes, there were actually black burnt edges on some of the cereal bits. You could taste the charred-ness. I don’t know if my box experienced a manufacturer’s error, but Kashi Simply Maize seems to be produced in the factory of Dante’s Inferno. I had high hopes for this cereal, but the burnt taste was pretty bad. It caused me to become disgruntled and chuck it into the trash. The box cost me nearly $5, so I was not pleased at all. Good ole, regular corn flakes taste much, much better. Go ahead. Buy and try this one if ya want to, but it’s probably not worth the risk of pure nastiness.
Nutrition: 100 cal for 3/4 cup, 1 fat cal, 1g total fat, 0g sat fat, 110mg sodium, 23g carbs, 2g fiber, 6g sugar, 2g protein
Dominex Veggie Fries: Could a veggie fry made out of eggplant really be a tasty delight? …yup-yup! Dominex Veggie Fries are genius. It’s the perfect alternative to slapping your hungry jaws on some high calorie french fries. They’re nicely breaded and seasoned, with eggplant in the middle. There’s a pretty generous portion in the bag, and each fry is MUCH bigger than a tradition fry. One bag is good is enough to feed the entire Greedy Family their side dish on two separate occasions. Bake ’em up and you get a super awesome crunch that goes well on a plate next to a tender-juicy turkey burger, for example. Or indulge in late night chewing for a healthy snacky-snack. You won’t get the sense that you’re eating eggplant or that you’re being cheated out of “normal fries”. Just make sure to bake thoroughly to achieve the crunch and do NOT delay eating, or you’ll end up with soggy city. Try ’em out.
Nutrition: 160 cal for 12 pieces, 9g total fat, 2g sat fat, 80mg sodium, 17g carbs, 2g sugar, 2g protein