Review: Trader Giotto’s Oven Baked Cheese Bites & Do You Ever Look At My Old Posts?
JFG Nation, I was curious about Facebook on Monday, but now I’m curious about how people use this site. Namely: does anyone ever go back and read any of my old posts for fun? I won’t be offended at all if the answer is No because I don’t read them myself. But I guess I’m wondering whether, unless you stumbled upon an old post trying to find something via Google, does anyone ever read or look at my old posts as a matter of practice? Do you use this site as an online reference of junk food tastes, or do you view this blog more like a magazine – read the new stuff and keep pressing forward without looking back?
If the answer is no (or yes), please let me know in the comments below. Please, enlighten me.
Today’s junk food: Trader Giotto’s Oven Baked Cheese Bites!!
Trader Giotto’s Oven Baked Cheese Bites are mini hash brown sized dried cheese crunchy cracker-like bites. They have a crunch that reminds me of a rice crackers.
DO THESE TASTE GOOD? YES.
WHY OR WHY NOT? Because the crunch is really nice and the cheese flavor is REALLY strong. The main flavor I get is parmesan with a bit of sharp cheddar. These are decently salty. Each disc is a crunchy cheese flavor explosion, but after a few I definitely slowed because I got a strange feeling on my tongue – it felt a little coated. Sort of like when you eat cubes of cheddar by themselves and ONLY cubes of cheddar. That cheese coated tongue feeling; I got that.
ANYTHING ELSE I SHOULD KNOW? Animal rennet is a liquid used to help turn milk into curds and whey, so these are basically crunchy dried/baked cheese curds! no added flour, nothing. Just crunchy dried cheese with a little bit of egg. But if you get any of these cheese bites caught in your teeth, once your saliva rehydrates it, it feels like you have little bits of egg in your mouth.
PURCHASED AT: Trader Joe’s, Concord Pike, Wilmington, DE
WHERE FOUND I STORE? End cap, new product display.
COST? $2.49 on sale