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I appreciate how calm this was
Tapioca syrup is not healthier than corn syrup!!! And even if it were, it wouldn’t even compare to the insane amount of sugar and fat that this has
“Same recipe for a century” and “the original recipe called for corn syrup” are contradictory.
They have not been making it the same way for a century then if they switched from corn to tapioca syrup..
The is a whole TikTok page dedicated to the fights at my school 😅
It contains lower levels of calories and carbohydrates. That doesn’t make it “healthier” per se. Seems like a stupid decision.
Well since the cut the corn syrup out it’s definitely on everybody’s diet plan now…
I'd destroy a box of that stuff. Looks delicious 😋
"Making the same recipe for...."
"The recipe calls for... but now they are using...."
So what do they do with the uneven edges? I would be more than happy to take them off their hands. Can’t have those pesky, uneven, probably undesirable scraps of candy hanging around!
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Yeah not the original recipes like you claim a second before showing the change.
Virtue signaling at its finest. “Healthy alternatives “ indeed.
Making w same recipe for century bit makes one change for sake of health
There is a similar chocolate that has all of the same components with similar looks at See's Candy. Omg so good.
Why do they add the tapioca with their hands? I would LOVE to do that job lol but it seems like it'd be less wasteful to use a measuring cup and spat