Fiddlin’ February – 2018

Fiddlin’ around the grocery store the other day and I saw this:

I had to stop and do a double take.  Who would actually sell moldy bread and, what an interesting pattern the mold made!
Upon closer inspection, this is what it really is:

Not being a fan of either green tea or red beans, I’m pretty sure I would not like this bread, even if it was warm with lots of butter on it.  Also, at 200 calories a slice it’s almost a meal by itself.  
How about you?  Like green tea and red bean bread?  Find anything interesting when you were fiddlin’ around the grocery store lately?  Share!

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12 Responses to Fiddlin’ February – 2018

  1. Ally Bean says:

    Never heard of this bread. Don’t like the looks of it. With that many calories per slice, what the heck does it taste like? I think I’ll pass, thank you very much.

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  2. Janet,

    Yikes, I can see the confusion this would cause at first glance. The uniform swirls told me otherwise but no idea what it was until I looked at your next pix. You’d think they’d make the product more appealing. lol

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    • scr4pl80 says:

      Yes, Cathy, I knew it wasn’t really moldy but other than mint, I was having trouble thinking of what ingredient it could be. Maybe something like basil would be good if they need a green color. I also was thinking of the Seuss story “Green Eggs and Ham.”


  3. Yeah…there’s no way I’d eat that bread just by appearance alone. šŸ™‚

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  4. joey says:

    That would get my attention too! That’s a big ol NOPE from me, Janet. No, thank you.

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  5. ghostmmnc says:

    Umm no…looks very unappetizing!

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Not my bag either. Maybe some cinnamon toast but no weird stuff in my bread!

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