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FINALLY, a new post! ;-)I just saw and tried the mochi the other day, and I also loved the sesame flavor! The ube's not as good, though, parang artificial-tasting. I hope they come out with more flavors. At last, a cheap alternative to the Dreyer's mochi before! :-P
Chilled espasol naman, so you can't replace it with just regular espasol. Oh, for sesame fans - OK din the sesame ice cream of FIC. Sooo good! (Although it's only my second choice after Avocado.)
Katrina! Whee, someone still reads our blog! Haha. Sana they come out with a green tea flavored one :-).
wow, we have readers who wait upon our next post. poor guys, but, hey THANKS!kaladkarin, espasol is a good comparison since i did compare it to... buchi.
I have your blog in my Bloglines, so I can see when it's been updated. :-)I thought you'd all given up already! ;-)
I tried this also. I just find the color of the sesame ice cream kinda weird. hindi appetizing tingnan. Pero masarap naman sya. Kinda pricey for something so small...
nakakatawa to. is the renewed enthusiasm due to the strange ("luto") incident that bogchinoypi is undeservingly getting featured in yummy?!!??hello kaladkarin! whoever you are! welcome to our intermittent foodblog!
Bakit ang mahal sa Mini Stop? Even Mine Shine is 6 pesos cheaper in 711. I think.Di yun luto Xilca! Pramis! Hahaha.
Ooh la la! Mochi balls! Yey! Salamat sa pag-share.Found out about your blog through this month's issue of Yummy mag. :)
I haven't tried this yet. I think I'd like the green tea flavor if they'd have one.
i was able to try the green tea flavored mochi , it was from trader joe's. ang sarap nya!but i'd settle for magnolia's, mahanap nga
Mochi ice cream is popular in my country, Hawaii, and also the West Coast of the United States. If you like to eat mochi, why not try a sweet and cold version of it?
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