Monthly Archives: January 2011

Packaged Lunch Meat

Packaged lunch meat, for the most part, seems harmless. It’s a fast, easy protein that can be transported easily between two slices of bread and will hold up until lunchtime. Problem is, not all lunch meat is created equal, and … Continue reading

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Ramen Noodles

College students beware, your beloved Ramen Noodles are giving you more than a cheap fix for your carb cravings.  One serving (only half a package) of chicken-flavored Maruchan Ramen Noodles contains 790 milligrams of sodium, or 33% your daily allowance. To … Continue reading

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Kopi Luwak

Kopi Luwak is not your normal Starbucks blend. Brewed from the droppings of the Asian Palm Civet (who feeds on coffee cherries, the seeds of which we call coffee beans), this very expensive coffee is supposed to be less bitter than … Continue reading

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Strange Flavored Chips

Humans, it seems, have an innate need to put every flavor conceivable into a potato chip. Pictured above are three mouthwatering flavors: “Natural and Cool Cucumber”, “Thai Curry Crab” and “Finger Licking Braised Pork”. Cucumber chips? Really? Add these to … Continue reading

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DiGiorno Frozen Pizza Combo Meals

As if frozen pizza isn’t enough of a junk food on its own, DiGiorno just launched frozen pizza combo meals with pizza and wyngz (Translation: white meat chicken fritters. They note in smaller print on the box that these “wyngz” … Continue reading

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Beer for Kids

Everyone knows children love to imitate their parents. (That’s why dolls, toy cars and miniature kitchen sets are so popular.) A Japanese company, Sangaria, took imitation to another level by producing a fake beer for kids. The “beer” is a non-alcoholic … Continue reading

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Pork Brains

Pork brains do not fall under the “do not eat this” category simply because they look gross or because, to many, the concept of eating brain may not be too appealing… It’s because pork brains (or, brains in general, really) … Continue reading

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