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Meiji chocolate almonds.

They are so addictive.
Maltesers are addictive too. Once a box of those are open, it doesn't get closed.
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Originally posted by rach:
Maltesers are addictive too. Once a box of those are open, it doesn't get closed.
That's a big yep for maltesers.

Also like almost anything with macadamias, cashews, walnuts, pecans and/or hazelnuts in it - mmmm, hazelnuts.

Cherry Ripe is nice, as too is jaffa-flavoured stuff ... Grand Marnier and chocolate can be termed 'sinful'!! ;\)
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Cashews. I hope I never find any in a supermarket. That would be dangerous.

Not keen on hazlenuts.
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Hokkaidough potato butter flavour crips




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Crips?! You mean crisps right... I had some of them they were nice.

I like "chocoman".


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Not fair when neighbours do that is it. I hope they brought some round for you.
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I just had a big bowl of goya chanpuru made with goya fresh off the vine in my garden.



Delicious.

My only regret is that it's lunchtime and I couldn't enjoy it with a couple of glasses of my favourite mild Awamori.



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It's celery season now! Do people usually eat celery leaves? I made very easy pasta sauce tonight and it was very good. Bacon, celery leaves, spinach, tomato, salt and black pepper. yummy~. \:\)

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Celery doesn't come in my "yummy" list. Far from it. I don't mind it though, 'they say' you lose weight eating it ;\)
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Yes slow, I eat it all. The leaves are the best bit actually. Your idea sounds good, I'll give it a go.
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Manju cake \:\) An oldie but a goodie... In fact, just about any steamed bun with whatever filling!
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I like those too. I really disliked that kind of thing when I first came here but have grown to love 'em.

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I'm addicted to Chocopies.

I gave some to my friends when I went home last, and they always ask me to send them some.
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Uh oh, I almost forgot Tokyo ale.
Can't stop drinking that shit.
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Have you tried Angel Pies as well? There was a poll about Choco Pies and Angel Pies some time back.
Coconuts.

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My gf makes a killer sweet potato pie. Can't get enough of that. And anko doughnuts as well. Not the best for a diet..
Pies.

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Yes! Recently I've been into sweet mochi things. I like the strawberry daifuku or whatever they are called (pink mochi, cream, anko + strawberry).

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Some of you might like cake. All made fresh, every day.




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Whoah...that's inviting, Soubriquet!
But I know I have to behave, if I take what I want, probably I will get a lot more weight which is very hard to lose later on.
\:\(

I've been reading some cooking books to find some yummy but fewer calorie foods. A bit hard to find some though.
You never know what you can do till you try.
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They do look nice. 2 nama choco cakes please.




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