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Jacob Sweet Eats

Jacob Sweet

Reviewing the foods that don't need reviewing

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I love bread.

I take many things in life for granted. I would list them out, but then I wouldn’t be taking them for granted anymore, so I’m not going to bother. One thing that I don’t take for granted, though, is bread. Have you ever had bread? It tastes...

5 days ago
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Whole Foods Has Good Potato Chips.

A few years ago, I considered reviewing Whole Foods 365 Brand Kettle Cooked Himalayan Sea Salt & Apple Cider Vinegar flavored potato chips. It was going to go something like this: “The chips are good, but it’s kind of funny that Whole Foods...

25 days ago
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Trader Joe's Lied to Us About Bananas.

I like Trader Joe’s. The accusation that it is not a real grocery store is false. If you can’t figure out how not to buy exclusively frozen Mandarin Orange Chicken, Scandinavian Swimmers, and Crunchy Curls, that’s on you. Salmon is $9.99 a ...

2 months ago
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Early Dinner in a Retirement Home

Sometimes early dinners out aren't fun. The tables are empty. The waiters are subdued. Everyone seems to be preparing for more exciting guests who aren’t you.

4 months ago
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  • Jacob Sweet

    Reviewing the foods that don't need to be reviewed

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