Right away this scrub has a wonderful, deep scent that reminds me of a marmalade. The deep orange color made it easy to tell where I put it on, even with my blurry no-glasses vision. It spreads smoothly and doesn't feel abrasive against my skin, and even rinsing it off was very easy and quick. My skin looked gorgeous and felt so smooth; I was pleasantly surprised to look in the mirror!
For a frozen pie this was very good. There was a lot of flavorful fruit filling, and the crust got nice and brown around the top. The bottom was a little soggy, but in a flavorful way because of the filling and not in a gross watery way.
The firmness is great for pan frying and for baking to give a hearty protein addition to a meal. There is also very nice shape retention when slicing and cooking so you can get nice slabs for sandwiches without worrying about it falling apart, which is always a bonus in tofu for me.
When these are cooked in boiling water (avoid the microwave!) these are just like regular hot dogs in both flavor and the smooth consistency. They are also good on the grill, though the skin gets considerably tougher than when cooked with water.
I like this flavor better than others because when there is leftovers, and there almost always is, they don't get mushy like the pasta varieties do. The rice stays together solidly like rice should and the blue cheese-infused topping combined with the taco seasonings is an irresistible combination.
This mustard is known by name for a reason. There is great depth of flavor and a wonderful hint of sharpness. This makes a wonderful vinaigrette for a salad and makes for a delightful fancied up sandwich.
I really could put this sh*t on everything. It has great chili flavor and just enough heat to make things more exciting but not regrettable. I love adding some of this when I'm cooking and want to make a standard meal fun.