Nutritional experts. A question about cheesy Wotsits?
Are they actually ‘food’? Do they contain any nutrients or calories of any type?
Does your body absorb them in any way? Other than the nuclear orange stuff that it leaves all over your fingers, which is then absorbed though your skin? And the yummy taste of pretend-cheesy goodness, obviously ?
Thats more than one question, I know. But I just fancied getting the lowdown as I contemplate my 3rd bag. Not that its likely to effect the outcome.
Anyone shed any light on this? Or Quavers?Posted 4 years ago
one_happy_hippy – Member
Try quavers and wotsits together. Especially one of those curled up quavers with a wotsit shoved in it. Awesome.
I’ve not tried that, though I will do shortly. But in the same way a Roast Beef Monster Munch can contain within its central hole 3 or 4 Worcester Sauce flavour French Fries. Give that one a go!
Any more non-food, mixed crisp (type substance) , dream combinations I should try?Posted 4 years ago
Cheesy Wotsits, Quavers and roast beef Monster Munch are on offer in Spar at a squid for 6 packets at the moment. God bless their benevolence!
Which is actually what lead to the initial question. So for 3 quid you’ve got a maize-based nirvana that could potentially last up to 36 hoursPosted 4 years agoarrpeeMember
I remember watching a programme presented by that Robert Winston guy, y’know the one, looks like a living Groucho mask.
Anyway, there was a feature on a woman with such extreme food phobias, that she lived solely on roast beef-flavoured Monster Munch. She filled suitcases with it when she went abroad.
The point was to illustrate that the human body can carry on for a very long time, provided that it gets the requisite number of calories. As you might imagine, she didn’t look the picture of health.
Cheese and onion Squares, I could understand…Posted 4 years agoderek_starshipMember
I know this sounds odd but one of the greatest, and perhaps oddest food combo’s was discovered by an ex colleague of mine. I’m not sure what his mental state was at the time but he came up with what’s best described as a crisp / sweet canape.
A red (it has to be red) Midget Gem atop a salt ‘n’ vinegar square crisp.
Place in mouth and experience the legal high of conflicting tastes and textures that tease, caress, confuse and excite the tongue.
Awesome times.Posted 4 years ago
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