Kashi Rocks

I'm sitting here at my desk munching on a granola bar. This, however, is no ordinary granola bar. It's a honey almond flax bar by the fine folks at Kashi. I've gotten addicted to their 7-grain goodness. The granola bars? Awesome. The breakfast cereal? Awesome. The frozen dinners? (Yes, they make them. We found six different kinds at Walmart.) Awesome. High-protein, high-fiber, low calorie, and VERY tasty.

If it weren't so expensive, I'd eat like a hippie all the time.

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8 Responses to Kashi Rocks

  1. Shauna says:

    I thought hippies were dirty and poor. How do they afford all the expensive food? I think the word you were looking for was actually yuppie.

    Also, hippies don’t shop at WalMart.

  2. Jason says:

    You are correct. Hippies don’t shop at WalMart.

    Modern-age hippies use daddy’s credit cards and shop at Hot Topic.

  3. Kris says:

    I thought they were emo. (or wannabe punk *eyeroll*)
    We need something for right-wing conscientious people who reject society’s norms…

    Just stick with crunchy for now, Jesse. Then you can shop at Walmart to your hearts content.

  4. Vanessa says:

    WalMart has been making quite a few efforts lately to attract the hippie, crunchy, “carbon-neutral” crowds lately including promoting organic cotton and a few things along those lines.

  5. Kipluck says:

    Maybe my memory is off but I had a comp who loved Kashi cereal. Stuff tasted like dirt and twigs to me.

  6. Shauna says:

    Mmmmm… dirt and twiiiiiigs…

  7. Bobbie says:

    I’m a fan of Kashi… I ate it ALL the time when I was on WW. 🙂 Good stuff.

    my brother thinks he’s a hippie

  8. Dave says:

    Hey now! I’m no hippie and I love Kashi products. I drive a huge gas guzzler and I love their bars and cereals. One thing I hate though, the gas that occurs after eating those products.

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