“a Review of a Korean using Richy Chocolate Oatmeal for the first time”
The Story Of A Korean Consumer “Addicted” To Eating Chocolate Oatmeal of Richy
Yesterday, my wife gave me a bag of sweets telling me not to eat too much, saying eat once then think again and just eat. I also found out about it a while ago, and I told her that I couldn’t stop eating every single dish.
When I looked at the brand name to see what kind of candy it was, I knew it was nutrient-rich oatmeal, but I was also curious to see what was in such a small package as this candy bag.
First of all, I tried it first as it was unusually attractive because of the taste of a cookie the size of a fingernail and looked like a small pastry. The texture isn’t hard or crunchy, and it’s a bit mushy but Not crumble. The cake melts quickly when it comes in contact with saliva when chewing, not salty, not sweet like regular cookies but has a rich milky taste, creating a feeling of lightness. Can you tell it tastes like milk candy?
After eating one, I see why my wife keeps telling me to eat. The size is also small, so it’s okay to eat a few pieces, the calories are about 13kcal per piece is not as high as I thought, so I don’t have to eat much, probably close to 300 kcal.
If I open one and eat it, it quickly disappears and I find it again, that’s why my wife decided to eat it, so I guess she warned me to not eat to much it’s very easily “addicted”. Even now, I keep it next to my laptop and eat while writing, but I’m a bit worried that I’ll keep looking for nutrient-rich oatmeal then. This might be because that Oatmeal cupcakes are so popular these days, so you can see why…
Oatmeal refers to oats that have been roasted and then roughly crushed or flattened, or foods cooked with it, like porridge.
Compared to other grains, oats are rich in vitamin B1, protein, and fiber but are easily digested, so they are often used for breakfast in the United States and Europe.
Personally, I don’t know much about oats, don’t remember eating oat cereal, … but I think the main ingredient of mini-bite oatmeal is oatmeal and powdered milk, so it is good that I can digest how many I eat.
I see after receiving 1 small byte of 1kg oatmeal. What is this? I started thinking about it, and I was a little confused to see so many little bags of candy in there. I don’t know what it looks like or what it tastes like.
How much is 1kg? The price of 1kg of mini oatmeal is about 7,000 won. It can’t be said that this is an exotic cookie, but it boasts this special flavor.
A small 1kg piece of oatmeal is 5,116kcal and it comes packaged in 400 pieces, so if you take 2.5g per piece and 5.1kcal per 1g, each bag will come out about 13kcal.
Like I said, if you hold a handful, it will be about 20 and each small piece of oatmeal contains 13kcal, so it’s like eating a bowl of rice.
It has a rich milky taste, so it’s a bit greasy, but the main ingredient is crispy oats so it’s not full, the texture is pleasant and delicious.
At first, when my wife gave it to me, I had a harsh reaction, but then I was a little worried because I might not be able to control myself after I grab a handful and slowly eat it. Feeling a bit greasy but eating with beer is very good.
Even now, on one side of the desk, there are small bags of oatmeal piled up on one side of the desk. This is my first review of nutritious oatmeal.