Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by soyizgood, Oct 8, 2012.
Going back to my old favorite snack duel threads.
Cheez-Its for me, though I think you should have included Better Cheddars in this poll to make it a three way battle
Finally something I can address with authority and passion. The answer is unquestionably Cheezits. It was one of my college staples when I couldn't get a real meal (which meant slice of pizza, falafel or burrito). Always had a giant box of them. They are also excellent in place of breadcrumbs on macaroni and cheese. Cheese nips are not nearly cheesy enough...very disappointing and not worth the bother.
Just had some cheez-it Colby....
I have fans who bring me real French cheese as gifts when I am in the mood to accept visitors.
I just bought a box of Cheez-Its yesterday. It's looking at me right now. I don't like their White Cheddar, so good ole original for me.
I don't know who buys Cheese Nips. The last time I bought that I was really disappointed. I'd rather eat Pepperidge Farms' Goldfish over that anyday.
I actually prefer the Reduced Fat Cheese Nips to either "regular" brand.
Goldfish Cheddar gets my vote! Tasty treats without greasy fingers to wipe afterwards.
^^ yes, Goldfish Cheddar, hollow but delightful.
Pepper Jack Cheez-Its FTW!
Flavour Blasted Foshizzle
Spicy Cheez-its are the bomb...
Soyizgood are you still eating a fair bit of soy?
beat you to it, LOL
G.O.A.T.'s cheese on a cracker.
Both are good and I like them equally well. But for some reason, Cheez-Its are more expensive than Cheese Nips. Thus, Cheese Nips are the better value for essentially the same thing.
Really? I think they taste very different, that is, one tastes good (not great) and the other tastes terrible. I forget which is which but based on the voting here I think the ones that come in White Cheddar (Cheez- Its) tastes better.
I thought about adding Goldfish initially. Maybe I'll throw one in for it later. I might just buy a box of cheez-it, cheese nips and goldfish to see which one my co-workers prefer.
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