Egg and Bacon Sandwich

Brand: Tesco Cost: £1 (with £3 lunch deal) Found at: Tesco This is my comfort sandwich. On those days when I’m feeling sick or frustrated or just plain hangry (I am a slave to my blood sugar, as Emil can attest). It’s got everything I need: fat, carbohydrates… eggs. It does not get soggy by... Continue Reading →

Bolt from the Blue

Brand: Innocent Cost: £1 (with £3 lunch deal) Found at: Tesco This is a tasty juice! Vaguely tropical, vaguely familiar and bright blue. (I'm a child of the Heinz EZ Squirt era - brightly, artificially colored food is a guaranteed way to get my money.) It’s sweet and tasty, but contrary to Innocent's health-conscious image,... Continue Reading →

Peanut Delight

Brand: nākd. Found at: Tesco Cost: £1 As an American, I take my peanut flavoring seriously. I will eat peanut butter straight out of the jar without so much as batting an eye. So, when I see something marketed as a peanut delight, I expect a full peanut experience. I expect to taste nothing but... Continue Reading →

Coconut Bar

Brand: Cofresh Cost: £0.39 Found at: Tesco   I am sure that there is such a thing as too much coconut. One day, I will eat something and think to myself: ‘that was a little too much coconut for me.’ I genuinely thought that this coconut bar might be the one to send me over... Continue Reading →

Yorkie – Raisin & Biscuit

Brand: Nestle Found at: Tesco Cost: £1   There is no betrayal like the betrayal of a bad chocolate. When you are at your most vulnerable, when you need the most comfort in life, you turn to a chocolate bar for some little bit of solace. When that chocolate then turns out to be disgusting,... Continue Reading →

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