I've found pop tarts to be an absolutely perfect food when left uneaten.
In much the same way that many types of pre-made chocolate cake frosting have a higher nutritional content, and less sugar, than does Nutella.Chocolate pop tart to me just looked like a cookie or biscuit.
Two if them are about the same price as a pacjet of chocolate mint biscuits so yeah fairly pointless to buy.
HFCS when Suger is to expensive and not unhealthy enough
They look horrific. I'm sure they taste alright but aren't they essentially candy.
I usually have either a slice of rye crispbread with peanut butter and dates, or oatmeal with raisins, almonds, & cinnamon. (I'm in San Francisco too!)Okay, this is pretty far afield from Geek Talk, but I just find it endlessly fascinating how people eat around the world.
What do you typically eat for breakfast?
On Weekdays, I tend to have a slice of sourdough toast (woo San Francisco, home of the sourdough!) with extra-chunky peanut butter, and a cup (or two) of coffee.
On Weekends, I sometimes make fried eggs with toast and avocado (woo California!), and I pair that with one to three cups of coffee (I love coffee).
What is your typical breakfast?
I love karjalan piirakka! I've sometimes thought about opening a nordic bakery here in the San Francisco are just so I could have them (and all the other tasty breads), but I know nothing about the bakery business. I haven't been to Finland in about a decade, now....Karelian Pies (a traditional finnish savory pastry, it’s a small rye crust filled with rice porridge), fried eggs and lemon juice is my usual breakfast.