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snacks, pot noodles, tinned/canned food

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supersupergirl
This flavour was really nice because it is was light with a strong chocolate taste and there were also bits of chocolate in it.
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Other flavours I have tried in the Hokkaido-Yo series:

Circle Hokkaido-Yo Mango & Melon flavour:
http://supersupergirl-food.blogspot.com/2016/03/hokkaido-yo-mango-melon-flavour.html
http://supersupergirl-food.blogspot.com/2012/07/circle-k-hokkaido-yo-peach-flavour.html
Circle K Hokkaido-Yo Strawberry flavour:
http://supersupergirl-food.blogspot.com/2012/11/hokkaido-yo-strawberry-flavour.html
http://supersupergirl-food.blogspot.com/2013/03/hokkaidoyopurplepotato.html
http://supersupergirl-food.blogspot.com/2013/11/hokkaido-yo-chestnut.html


http://supersupergirl-food.blogspot.hk/2012/05/circle-k-exclusive-hokkaido-yo.html

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supersupergirl
Usually the Hokkaido-Yo series come in singles flavours but this one was a mix of mango and melon.
The orange part is mango and the green colour is melon.
I knew I wasn’t going to like the Mango because I never eat mango, the melon was ok but the taste was quite artificial.
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Other flavours I have tried in the Hokkaido-Yo series:

http://supersupergirl-food.blogspot.com/2012/07/circle-k-hokkaido-yo-peach-flavour.html
Circle K Hokkaido-Yo Strawberry flavour:
http://supersupergirl-food.blogspot.com/2012/11/hokkaido-yo-strawberry-flavour.html
http://supersupergirl-food.blogspot.com/2013/03/hokkaidoyopurplepotato.html
http://supersupergirl-food.blogspot.com/2013/11/hokkaido-yo-chestnut.html
http://supersupergirl-food.blogspot.hk/2012/05/circle-k-exclusive-hokkaido-yo.html


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supersupergirl
I rarely eat Korean food because it is always spicy.
The cheese rapasta looked good so I checked to see if there were any spices listed in the ingredients section.

There were no spices/chili listed so I got it, however it was extremely spicy when I tried it.
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supersupergirl
The packaging for this was quite good because you get a plastic lid with a spoon as well as a fork.
There are four sachets of condiments: dried spring onions and chili, Curry paste, non-dairy creamer and soup base.

Before adding the paste, I tried a bit and it was extremely hot so I only added a quarter and the spiciness was just right for me.
If you add all of the paste, the soup would be quite spicy and sweet because it had a very bold sweetness to it but I loved the strong prawn flavour.

Definitely worth trying if you like really spicy noodles with a strong prawn flavour. 

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supersupergirl
Tried the USA Nissin beef BIG cup noodles that are slightly different to the Asian version because the noodles are wider and similar to linguini with a softer texture when it has absorbed the broth.
The beef flavour was quite light.
As well the noodles, the packaging is different because they use card and not PFC.
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Durian muesli

Durian is normally eaten as it is or as a dessert.
Noticed this product in a food mart because of the cup but it happens to be durian muesli and not a drink.
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Inside there were two sachets.
I was expecting one sachet with everything inside it.
So if you don't like muesli, you could just add hot water and the silver sachet and you would have hot durian drink.

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Anyway, the sachet of durian was quite pungent when you opened it.

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The overall taste was good because it was not too sweet with a hint of durian that was pleasant and not artificial but it was slightly disappointing because there were no durian bits in it.

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supersupergirl
Pringles are addictive and you can’t stop eating them when you start.
They have these pringles that come with dips and there are three different dips:
Honey mustard, Ranch and Jalapeno and cheese.
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I got the Jalapeno and cheese dip to try and regretted not getting the ranch.

The dip is quite decent and you get quite a fair bit for a half tube of pringles and it had a nice cheddar taste with a spicy kick to it.
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The only thing that annoyed me were the pringles because they kept snapping everytime I dipped them.


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supersupergirl

To be honest I can’t read Japanese so I don’t quite know what flavour this is but the labelling at the supermarket reads olives but Sio also means salt in Japanese.

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There are grilled pieces of meat in the cup which I think are chicken and there are pieces of potato and beans.
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The taste was quite nice but if it was olive, I would say the olive taste was quite light.

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