Mini biscuit: Japanese snacks part 3

With every conservation now contaminated with Melamine, everyone’s paranoid about China-made products. I’m sorry for the parents and families of the babies affected by this man-made disaster. It does brings back unpleasant memories of the mad cow disease, the bird flu saga which made everybody avoided poultry consumption.

Since everybody is shunning away from China-made products, the Japanese wordings on the packaging should made you rest assure of its origins. However, the mini biscuits wasn’t really to my liking, I found it too hard, and a tad dry. While my partner liked it. So like what i always say, different people has different taste buds.

This is a series of posts on Japanese snack, stay tune for the
Japanese snacks part 4!

4 COMMENTS

how come all the snacks are taken at the staircase? don’t tell me you start snacking the moment you go out of the house? hehe

foodie queen: serious? i didn’t know about that man.

vicki: hahaha. u contacted them about the change already? i cant do on fri. its 10, 11 or 12.

evan: hahaha. no we brought the snacks, den immediately eat them on the staircase outside tampopo deli. lol! i have a habit of buying snacks and eating on the stairs. hahah

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