We tried everything in the parcel, but weren't impressed with the bread that looked and tasted like cork table mats, so mum always ate the whole packet herself. I wondered if the taste had improved over the years so I got this to try.
On the packet it says it contains rye, oats, and barley, linseed, sesame seed, and apple fibre. It has no preservatives, is low in fat, and high in fibre, and is vegetarian, so it's got to be good for you. So why does it still taste blooming horrible :-0 You'd have thought after all this time, about 50 years to be precise, they could make it a bit more palatable. Never mind, I shall soldier on with it and eat every last crumb, even if I have to force it down my throat. .
I popped in Asda the other day as I was passing, just to check out the 'whoopsies'. For those who don't know what a whoopsie is, it's when their buying department gets in too many of an item and no one wants to buy it so they have to get rid of it at a reduced price or they will be lumbered with it and have to bin it. Whoopsa daisy we have made a cock up here, better get rid quick, ha ha.
Anyway, I bought these two fruits in a bag for 30p. Haven't the faintest idea what they are, I got them because they were cheap. They are quite big, green and red with a smooth skin, and yellow flesh. It tastes a bit like pineapple. Anyone know what they are?