Post 75: The Lost Princess: The Shattering of the Vessels so that the Light of Creation could enter them and allow Free Will to exist. Some of the Funnier Israeli snacks

Dear Reader,

I tried to set this up for you to enlarge the written page and the illustration but it is not happening. The image gets flipped and I don’t know why. First read below the illustration and then continue:  The KIng…….

Shattered Kelim Lost Princess
The king’s daughter spent time with the King. The king felt her holy Malkut and he felt whole. This completeness is compared to the “Seventh Sphere”. One time he was alone with her on a certain day (at the beginning of the first day of creation).. All the six masculine forces were being prepared to create the universe. and they all came together on the First Day. Everything was created on that day.

(to be continued)

This is the “No Recipe day”. Just a list, very long, of Israeli snacks. My grand-daughter claims that because the country in the beginning went thru a period of austerity they pendulum has swung the other way and now the number of snacks is overwhelming, and something to joke about. Since we are in the month of Adar the time seems right.

I have to ask my neighbors what knids if any the kids had in the 1940’s.

  • Have you ever seen a snack walking?

  • Have you ever seen a snack talking? The following names for Israeli and American snacks make you think, “Only in Israel and the USA is this possible”.

  •   Peep into  pack of Paridise Mango

         it will give you a fandango

Snack which gives flatulence just reading the name:

1.Crisps Peach Mango Paradise and 

2.Tako Chips Octopu

Why: They’re not quite octo-licious. Taste bad and smell awful.

Kosher?  None of the following.

3. Humpty Dumpty Sour Cream & Clam Ripple Cheese

4.Calbee Seaweed Potato Chips

Why: There’s something fishy about making a seaweed chip.

5. Monster Munch Pickled Onion

Why: Too pickley, too oniony.

6. Howard’s Crispy Fried Chicken Skins

Why: Putting a chicken skin in a bag might not be such a good idea.

7. Cuttlefish Flavored Snack 

8. Sepasang Naga Squid Cracker 

9. Beanitos Pinto Bean & Flax Chips 

10. Sebaround Cheese Rings

Why: I like cheese. I don’t like these.

11. Humpty Dumpty Sour Cream & Clam Ripple Chips

Why: Not sure what draws people to clam chips, but I don’t think it could be the taste.

6. Calbee Seaweed Potato Chips

Why: There’s something fishy about making a seaweed chip. Here are a few of the enormous amount of snacks on the shelves of Kosher supermarkets. It’s mind boggling!

    • Bamba Peanut SnacksBamba – This is a corn-puffed snack, similar in size and texture to a Cheese Puff, but minus the cheese. Bamba is peanut flavored, crispy and light.  It now comes in variations that include Nougat and Halva filled as well. This is one of the best selling snacks (best tasting as well) in all of Israel.

    • Bissli– This is a crunchy chip-like snack that comes in many different flavors including onion, smoky, pizza, falafel, taco, and many more.

    • Mekupelet –  This is a candy bar of thinly folded milk chocolate. The unusual texture and sweet chocolate taste make this an unbelievable chocolate bar. Try this for something different than what you’re used to, and be prepared to be pleasantly surprised!

    • Magnum Bar – These are very popular ice cream bars in Israel.  The ice cream on the inside is very creamy and traditionally comes in either chocolate or vanilla with either a dark, milk or white chocolate coating. Newer variations of this classic Israeli ice cream snack now come in cookies and cream, hazlenut and more. On a hot day there is nothing that beats a magnum bar!

    • Shoko B’Sakit – This literally translates as chocolate in a bag and is some of the best chocolate milk you’ve ever tasted in a small plastic pouch. Simply bite a whole in the bag and enjoy!

      That’s the Competition! The trick is to wean ourselves away from this “stuff”. They are all available on Amazon. Let’s read the label:

  • “Economy pack” … “With vitamins” … “With natural ingredients (corn, peanut butter, vegetable fat)” … “No food colouring” … “No preservative” … “No Sugar Added” … “No cholesterol”

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