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Discussion in 'Personal' started by mushroomz, Jan 5, 2019.
....sound disgusting, but are ABSOLUTELY DIVINE!
Does anyone else think so?
I've never tried them and I don't like Brussels sprouts, but I'd try them once...
...and. go from there.
They are very nice actually
Ewwww. As I hate Brussels sprouts I wouldn't even try them.
We bought some, along with popcorn and other snacks, for our veg-hating Year 6 when we had a film afternoon just before Christmas (we watched the Peter Rabbit movie, which they loved). They made lots of 'how disgusting are these' noises …. but there were none left at the end! I thought they were really nice.
Haven't seen them for sale.
I think I'd prefer smoky bacon flavoured brussels sprouts.
Surely Chorizo... smoky bacon is so 1998.
To me they just taste of green. Maybe spinach?
They don't actually taste of sprouts at all
Well we just walked around Tesco with me telling MrsLan we could get Brussels Sprouts flavour crisps.
Are we sure these are real? Sounds like a joke story.
They were a Christmas Limited edition in Sainsbury's.
Just so wrong.
They're nice - I ate several packets.
Gonna have one now; bought 8 packets yesterday, as I've a feeling they're limited edition.....
Well I refuse to buy them on this basis alone.
This is because as a staunch Brexiteer, I will not be dictated to by those evil powders of Brussels.
They taste more like the crispy seaweed you get from Chinese takeaways than sprouts. Which makes sense, as that's actually cabbage anyway, and not seaweed at all. They're quite nice.
That's as close to selling them to me as anyone has got so far.
Horrible synthetic tasting things. We had two packets, couldn’t get the children to try them and don’t know what happened to the last packets. I didn’t but more.