What is your favorite "new" food - a food that did not exist 10 years ago. My favorite new food is Cuties - the clementine branded by Sun Pacific in the early 2000's.
I also enjoy Gatorade which I found in the last 10 years even though it was developed in 1965.
Recently Craisins, a dried cranberry snack and packaged produce, have been the delight of my taste buds.
What is your favorite?
oh...you mean prepackaged/prepared food....
my new fav is ......
...lamb...not new, but i have rediscovered it
It's super sweet, sweeter than sugar.
And zero calories.
And so far, they haven't discovered (or at least published) that it's carcenogenic.
So I plan to live in ignorant bliss for the time being.
I also enjoy Cuties. Delish!
Stevia is a sweet-leafed plant we use instead of sugar. Wonderful substitute!
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