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    gummies ordered
     
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    They use to sell thoes at our local World Food Market (along with dozens of other gummies from around the world)... Sadly it closed
     
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    luckily you can order them from amazon now. my local stores dont carry the apple flavor which i also really like so im ordering those right now. i also noticed they have a ramune soda flavor so of course gotta check that out. I cant seem to find the orange flavor anywhere however which is delicious. oh and i havent tried watermelon yet so added that to the cart, lol.

    erickso, i'm partial to the dill pickle flavored seeds!! actually i like dill pickle flavored anything, lol.
     
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    I pick up a pack of those gummies when I go to the local asian market. Along with fried broad beans(crab roe flavor if they have them if not spicy) and these weird sweet and salty peanut fish ball things. I try some new snack most every time I go. It's like munchie roulette.
     
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    David sunflower seeds. Can't get them in Europe usually, so whenever I visit the US, I always bring 50 bags or so home in my suitcase.

    Other than that, I love beef jerky and old fashioned danish pork rinds.
     
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    Fizzy waters. Like those St Croix waters.
     
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    Pistachios, salt and pepper atm
     
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    those are one of my go-to snacks when i go to korean grocery store. https://www.hmart.com/880111776100
     
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    Yep. That's them!
     
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    Adachi Jellies, if you know them then you have having a craving NOW _20181024_180241.jpeg
     
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    Man I play that game all the time trying new snacks. I recently found those Indian snack mixes with chickpea noodles, peas, lentils, puffed rice whatever else. Asian honey butter potato chips are an interesting flavor I really like them. I also tried crab roe sunflower seeds that are tasty. Those gummies are something I often grab. I’m gonna have to try the peanuts those look interesting and I need those jellies in my life. Oh and these things I usually get the chocolate ones but the milk and strawberry are fine I guess they aren’t that funky though.
    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B006QPU2SS/?tag=skimlinks_replacement-20
     
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    Having more of a fat tooth as oppose to sweet, for me it's fat, salt and carbs. Potato chips are a favorite..

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    It changes depending on what diet and food trend I am currently diving into. One month it is French inspired Japanese/Korean pastries, next month it's finding the best crab cakes in town. Recently I was on a Hawaiin Shaved Ice craze and will stop by and make a purchase as long as I am in near proximity of my favorite stand.
     
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    I miss shaved ice with red beans!
     
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    Tigers blood shaved ice is one of my current weaknesses
     
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    Trader Joes Cornbread Crisps. They are as good as they sound. Perfect combo of sweet and savoury.
     
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    dont forget the bbq shrimp chips
     
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    Chicharron, just as snacks or in shin ramen
     
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    Got the Japanese gummies in pineapple today Panda. Like them.
     
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    Also found these tempura wasabi seaweed snacks couple months ago. If you haven't tried them you should.
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    Those are good ryndunk, they also come in a teryaki that's good with ramen
     
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    mucho why didnt you get the muscat one?? :D
     
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    muscat is the best flavor. I like apple a lot too. I like sour candies a lot (jelly bellies, sour patch kids, zours, etc.)

    For me though it's usually savory. Cheddar and sour cream ruffles or any potato chip dipped in sour cream.. hot wings and blue cheese. Popeyes.
     
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    This reminds me. I need to get some biltong again...
     
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    At the local Asian market there are these seaweed tempura snacks that taste almost exactly like fried or crisped salmon skins.

    Mitsuwa has these really good korean potato chips that taste like super concentrated potato. I think Galbee, but I'm not sure. They also have various rice crackers, and my favorite are the ones with a whole bunch of melon-pan like marks, like shiitake mushrooms.

    I don't know if this counts, but guava leaf tea and louqat tea are awesome. I tried brewing fresh guava leaves to see if the curing process is necessary . . . and yes it is. They taste really bad and astringent. Also buying dried squid and roasting it over a flame, or in the oven.
     
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    Also fermenting my own pickles, especially watermelon rinds
     

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