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The 0 kcal dessert

27 Oct

You always dreamed about it? 7-eleven made it true…

What is this dessert. Well, don’t expect too much: Jelly. You have the choice between 4 flavors, and that’s already quite a lot. I thought it was impossible, but it seems not.

How is it? Not as bad as i thought it would be. And it’s quite big, so once finished you’re quite full. That’s nice. However there’s a weird taste in the end, i don’t know what it is…

 

Coconut Bun

27 Oct

A great disappointement. First the bun is a way too oily and dried.

Secondly the cream: just like american cream: heavy, without taste. I just got the feeling that i’m eating plain cream (then what’s the point of creating vanilla?). As far as i love French whipping cream, i hate american’s one. So this already was a big mistake.
And then, the coconut, dried and without much flavor.
Another thing: the cream amount was ridiculous compared to the bun.

In the end: disliked the cream, bad balance between coconut, cream and bun. I’ll never take this cake again.

Alan’s Coconut

27 Oct

Why Alan’s Coconut?

Alan is a nice man taking care of us at the front desk. He’s known for making delicious coffee (according to the students who tried his coffee, it’s the best ever) and is there during the night and early morning. So i had this coconut in my hands (it looks more like a turnip to me but anyway…) and i wanted to eat it, but the traditional way of beating the coconut with a knife to open it  wasn’t working. I guess it’s because it’s smaller and the cockle isn’t the same. I was only able to drink the juice (delicious by the way).

Desesperated i went at the front desk to ask if there was a way to open it and if there was a special way to eat it. Then Alan took a big stuff that looked like a cork screw (dunno what it was) and started knocking it on the coconut. 1 minute later, it was open and just like a egg, perfect to be eaten with a spoon! So this becomes Alan’s Coconut! Thanks Alan!

Now the fruit: the inside is really thin and all soft compared to an usual coconut. It’s also a little bit pink. I liked it, but really not convenient to eat.

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