Gladcorn A-Maizing Corn Snack Original
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Gladcorn A-Maizing Corn Snack Original

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Taste test: This bag contained small pieces of unpopped and semi-popped corn kernels, with a different texture from piece to piece that generally had a nice crunch and tasted good.

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The semi-popped pieces were crunchy but not too dense, and were quite enjoyable to eat. The unpopped kernels were denser and harder, but still not nearly as hard to bite into as just regular raw popcorn kernels. The taste was good, and our tasters enjoyed these a lot and kept crunching on them. There was a light taste of burnt popcorn on the kernels. The flavored versions of Gladcorn tasted better, perhaps because that flavoring covered up the burnt taste a bit.

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Smell test: Smells like slightly burnt popcorn.

From the package: “We never intended to create a snack food. It was simply an amazing discovery made one evening in our farmhouse kitchen. After tasting it, we thought it had potential, so we shared it with some friends. With their encouragement, we made more and a dream was born. Now we have the privilege of sharing this snack with you!”

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Company: G.E.F. Gourmet Foods, Inc.

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