Sunday, August 17, 2014

The axis of evil

The "cracker aisle" at a grocery store near you. An unnecessary food, really.

I had been craving Ritz crackers in particular. It's ok, I lied to myself, I'll get some and just eat a serving or two. (Yeah, since when has THAT ever happened.)

And then I did the math:

18 servings per box / 4 sleeves = 4.5 servings per sleeve, which = 360 calories per sleeve.

This means, fully knowing my behavior, 360 extra calories a night for 4 nights straight.

Put the crackers down, Lindy. Step away from the crackers.

Who eats just five crackers? Well maybe a lot of people. Just not me!

p.s. I just realized there are a TON of Triscuit flavors at this particular store. Rosemary Garlic, Black Pepper, Work Was Rough So Eat Your Way Through This Box, and probably others.

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Amanda Nyx said...

It's so unfair how easily one can eat WAY TOO MANY CALORIES. We need to invent a calorie extractor, so we can pull the extra calories out of guilty pleasures...

Anonymous said...

I would LOVE it if the nutrition info included the serving size info and the "you know you're going to eat the whole thing" info. Let's be real. lol. I think that bottles of pop (or soda if you're so inclined) now do that. The used to be for the serving, but technically there were 2.5 servings in a bottle. Um, excuse me? This is America, Pepsi Bottlers of America! You know how we roll!