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Core Bar Lemon poppy seed overnight oat bar: A granola bar you purchase from the refrigerated section, this surprisingly fresh take falls somewhere between a traditional granola bar and a Power Bar in texture. Oats, dates, chia seeds, and almonds are loosely combined to form a chewy bar that eats more like a breakfast bar or cookie than a more dense bar like a Cliff Bar or Luna Bar. It also contains probiotics and 7g of fiber, along with 0 added sugar (it has 9g of natural sugar, which feels just right). The tart lemon flavor was al... (read more) 3.5/5.0

3.5 bar oat overnight seed poppy lemon corebar recommended parkslopefoodcoop organic
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Malk Organics Cold Pressed Almond Milk: I purchased this bottle from the refrigerated dairy section at the Park Slope Food Co-op, fairly unexplored territory for me as I usually buy un-refrigerated non-dairy milk. The organic drink contains just 3 ingredients: water, sprouted almonds, and salt. According to the packaging, the almonds are sprouted overnight, blended with water and salt, and then cold pressed to create the beverage. The drink manages to be super clean and light tasting, yet unmistakably tastes of pure almonds. I... (read more) 4.0/5.0

4.0 milk almond pressed cold malkorganics parkslopefoodcoop organic almondmilk drinks recommended
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Mamma Chia Cherry Lime Chia Beverage: I was having stomach pains, so I decided to try this high fiber chia drink, containing 24% of your daily value The drink itself is pretty sweet, with 14g of sugar in 16fl oz, and contains 8% juice (cherry juice concentrate). The texture of the drink is thickened from the chia seeds, giving it a consistency halfway between regular water and drinkable yogurt. The cherry lime flavor tastes a bit like a mixed fruit punch or berry drink. Overall, I did feel a bit better after drinking it, but... (read more) 3.5/5.0

3.5 beverage chia lime cherry mamachia recommended chiaseeds drinks parkslopefoodcoop organic
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Brooklyn Born Chocolate Salted Peanut milk chocolate peanut praline: I bought another chocolate bar from Brooklyn Born Chocolate. This one is a milk chocolate bar with bits of peanut and crunchy toasted rice throughout. It reminded me of a slightly elevated version of a Girls Scouts Tagalong cookie, without the biscuit base but with a similar chocolate peanut butter flavor. Slightly salted. Purchased from the Park Slope Food Coop. 3.5/5.0

3.5 praline milk peanut salted brooklynbornchocolate chocolate parkslopefoodcoop recommended
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Sensible Portions Sour cream and onion garden veggie crisps: The closest thing you'll find to Pringles at the co-op, these sour cream and onion potato crisps a remarkably similar flavor profile and are frankly pretty addictive. Supposedly also contains broccoli, spinach, and peas but achieves an almost identical salty, creamy onion flavor and melt-in-your-mouth texture. Purchased at the Park Slope Food Coop. 3.5/5.0

3.5 crisps veggie garden onion cream sour sensibleportions chips sourcreamandonion parkslopefoodcoop recommended
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Annie's Organic Grabbits Chocolate Sandwich Cookies: Like many of Annie's products, it's obvious what major-brand staple they're directly posing as an alternative for, but they do it well and with integrity. Clearly these are inspired by Oreos, but meant for parents who care enough to spend a few more dollars on sandwich cookies that contain no artificial flavors, synthetic colors, or high-fructose corn syrup. In the end, they taste slightly better but are much better for you (though at the end of the day, they're still snacks). 3.5/5.0

3.5 cookies sandwich chocolate grabbits organic annies parkslopefoodcoop recommended