I love granola bars yet it was hard for me to find ones acceptable to the ingredients that I’m finicky about eating and that was vegan.
Those in which I had come across within the past were either too sugary or not good enough within taste.
I use to love Nature’s Valley’s peanut butter, maple, and oat granola bars but they weren’t labeled as vegan even though the ingredients showed no visible indication that they weren’t, however, I wasn’t so sure about how the sugar was processed so I had stopped eating them.
Not to mention how some products are prepared with hidden content.
I not too long ago discovered a box of Kashi peanut butter vegan granola bars and was satisfied with the ingredient label.
I had read online reviews though about how nasty Kashi peanut butter granola bars had gotten upon the new recipe change and how people no longer desired the product.
I had never tasted the original recipe as I took notice of the product at a later time so I went further online to come up with what was first listed within the ingredients when the granola bars had first hit the market.
Once I found a listing of the old contents I was disappointed in the recipe and would not have chosen to buy Kashi as I didn’t prefer those other ingredients.
When I ate into the new and improved version of Kashi peanut butter granola bars I loved them!
I didn’t agree with the majority of online reviewers opinions of the now changed product.
I don’t know what they tasted like before but they weren’t hard in texture or nasty within flavor to me. They were soft and good, and delivered a satisfying peanut taste.
And I also like how they butchered the unnecessary non vegan contents that were in there prior.
I purchased and ate quite a few boxes of Kashi peanut butter granola until one day I passed a little gas after consumption and an odor shot out with the smell of a rotten hard-boiled egg.
The same thing happened with my favorite Late July brand multi-grain vegan tortilla chips. I use to eat a lot of them too until they also had me fart out a rotten egg smell.
I knew something was wrong after that and left both products alone because I don’t usually pass gas with a reek as such.
I haven’t let out a stench like that since then either.
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