Superfood in unique flavor; High protein and high fiber chickpea snacks are combined with authentic barbeque, hot chili, coconut, sea salt, and olive & oregano savor. Talia’s vegan elevenses are allergy-friendly. Totally gluten-free, peanut free, tree nut free, grain free, and dairy free.
Packed with plant-based protein; Talia snacks offer you high-protein snacks. Absolutely no oil in roasting.
High fiber nutrients; Rich fibrous food sources are essential for healthy living and an effective diet. Dried roasted chickpea snacks regulate blood sugar and keep you fuller during the day.
Low carb diet; Talia snacks provide low calories and low carbs and high protein snacks for you as they are keto-friendly. You can make it part of your keto diet. Garbanzo bean bites with tasty flavor are Non-GMO, all natural, gluten-free, and Kosher.
Special Mediterranean recipe; We worked diligently on the roasting process to make them light and crunchy while still maintaining high protein, and nutritional values as meal replacement.
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@awk sure! Go ahead and place your order… I’ll cancel your shipment and send you one bag of a leftover 1.2oz flavor of your choice
(Edit) heyyyyy you said you just wanted one bag. I can’t change the price for you unfortunately I will say once these sell out, we will have a limited amount of 36ct 1.2oz of just coconut and sea salt flavors left for purchase.
@robson We got corn nuts from both sales. Imo the second box was undercooked (not as dark or crispy). If that was the only box I bought they would definitely seem to be stale. The nuts from the first box are still nice and crispy.
I’m halfway curious about these, but between the monster quantity of them that I’d have to acquire, and the annoyance factor of a certain misfeature, I’m not having any trouble saying nah, I’ll pass. Might be a damn shame, but I guess I won’t find out whether I’m right about that.
@werehatrack these are totally something I would buy to try if I found them at a weird store like Ollie’s (and a surprising number of snacks I see here I later see there - they had the stroopwafels for $5 a pack for a while) but mass quantities are not a good way to try things.
@djslack@Kidsandliz@Steficake I suspect their goal is more like seeing if enough of these can be pushed out the door at this price ro justify grabbing the other stuff that the same supplier wants to get rid of.
@Felton10@ircon96 Oh, right - thanks. I don’t know if Walter will be allowed to have such things anymore - did you see the poor little guy is in the hospital with heart trouble?! It’s in the blame thread.
Mine have arrived. I’ve sampled the flavors. Here’s my initial report:
Sea salt: Meh. There is nothing inherently repellent about these, but they’re kind of boring. I’ll eat them, and use them as toss-ins for salads and such, but they aren’t something I’d go into a convenience store to find on purpose.
BBQ: Less boring than the sea salt, but zero zing and not a huge burst of flavor either. These will probably get eaten primarily as road trip snacks and maybe late-night gut spackle before crashing post-meh-face-bash.
Coconut: Oddly, the best of the bunch in my opinion. Very much of a “toasted coconut” flavor note, and they’d pair up well with some dark chocolate morsels. I can has plans for these, and I’m glad I picked the combo that was heavy on this flavor.
Olive and Oregano: Not a fave; not even “meh”. Not nasty; they’re just not well suited to my palate as a grab-and-eat snack. They’re probably going to end up in soup. Maybe my partner will want them as snacks; there are significant areas where our preferences don’t overlap. Happily, this is the flavor that’s present in the lowest quantity.
Overall, this is a much better buy than the edamame were, but I wouldn’t repeat it.
I would agree with most that the taste/texture takes some getting used to, the texture kinda reminds me of extra chalky dry roasted peanuts. But my dog LOVES them…i gave her some of the plain ones & she would have eaten the whole packet if I’d let her! I might be in for a rough night in the olfactory department, if reports about the intestinal effects are to be believed. Omg, what did i do!!!