Had to google too. The Wiki description is priceless:asthmatic camel wrote:I had to google funyuns.
So basically simulated onion rings made from cow feed.Funyuns consist primarily of cornmeal, ring-shaped using an extrusion process, representing the shape and texture of fried onion rings. A salt and onion mix gives them the flavor.
Health? Why not… I'd see it more as not letting gastronomical standards slip too low.asthmatic camel wrote:It's about time we had an SC healthy eating forum.
Interesting point. Once upon a time (~ 50 years ago) Riesling, especially the Alsatian variety, was a good to excellent dry white. What is now sold under the same name/label and in identical bottles is undrinkable syrupy goo. ( ) I was under the impression it had been adapted to German taste, but perhaps it's a move targeting the "international market".Nyarl wrote:Or perhaps something sweeter in the form of a Riesling?
Is it this kind of bottle (similar ones for Germany & Austria)?
And if you want a dessert white, the king of all:
But the price tag!