Holy shit this stuff is amazing
I never see it in stores, why isn't it more popular?
I saw this in my supermarket and thought "ey, meme" which is probably why it isn't more popular. Mainly kids buy random shit like this for the novelty.
Any what type of biscuit does it taste like?
I live in the middle of nowhere and I can get that stuff at Walmart and the local grocery chain. Funny story, my brother calls that stuff "Biscotti" no matter how many times I explain "those are Fs, not Ts, and there's no I at the end!" I too love that stuff. It's almost as good as peanut butter. One time I fell in love with girl who has a terrible nut allergy and I used to lie away at night imagining spending the rest of our lives together and how I'd have to give up peanut butter so she wouldn't go into anaphylactic shock every time we gave each other passionate kisses. But good news everyone she doesn't even know I exist so I don't have to give up peanut butter!
>Mainly kids buy random shit like this for the novelty.
Fucking kids and their "willingness to try new thing", "openness to new experiences", and goddamn "non judgmental attitude towards unfamiliar ideas."
maybe irrelevant but did you know that nutella is wildly different between europe and america? the original hazelnut spread was a real hazelnut butter. thick and delicius. and the american stuff is just sugar paste. if you didnt know this already, find a specialty or mom/pop eastern european market and buy nutella from them. so delicious. the funniest part is america has this whole nutella is like crack cocaine culture when the shit they are eating is a joke. american here though, so this isnt some yuropoor american resentment, i just find it amazing that people are this enthused with this mockery nutella is playing
TLDR: Same amount of hazelnut, same amount of sugar, that only difference is the type of fat.
Look, there is a difference, the type (not the amount) of fat. Different fats taste and feel different. I can totally believe the European product is superior. But if you think the difference is more hazelnut or less sugar you're kidding yourself.
I live in a country where you have "original" nutella. There really is not a huge difference except that the consistency is slightly different.
But this also changes to regional tastes. Peanut butter is different from whichever country you buy it.
This article is such a shill. its obviously trying to debunk something that isnt true to keep selling the sugar slop to the meme swine that buys it. "my sugar paste was proven on washington post to be only marginally different from the real stuff. so ill keep buying it"
the glass jar alone should be reason to buy european nutella
The jars make great old fashioned glasses, yes. You should never eat nutella.
Even "authentic 100% real nutella" is a chocolate substitute that is almost completely palm oil and sugar.
>that you would prove me factually incorrect just shows how deluded you are
I had bought 3 jars of cookie butter from HEB about a year ago. It is delicious. It was "Speculoos Cookie Butter". Tasted AMAZING just eating it with a spoon. Highly recommend it to those with a big sweet tooth.
I've never heard of it but I got pic related over christmas and it may be incorporated into my regular breakfast as I like it so much
Here. 56g sugar per hundred grams. Same as American.
You mean this? That's probably a shitty copy from another country. You want the real european spread? Try this
>BMI ratings completely disregard muscles. The dude is probably overweight but you aren't really proving anything with your charts and graphs.
This. See pic. Guy is 6'1 195lbs
Dutchfag here, we have terrible local cuisine such as this. Though it's not that different from peanut butter on bread. Luckily everyone cycles all goddamn day so here in Amsterdam fatties are mostly tourists.