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  1. Jess: cheshirekitykat

    Let me just say that peanut butter and dill pickle sandwiches are not at all bad. 😀 My dad used to make them for me growing up. I remember getting teased mercilessly at school when the other kids found out what was in my lunch.

  2. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    haha this is too funny!! Kinda reminds me of the time I dared Mr BBB to try some sticky fermented tofu in Japan – oh god – just thinking of his reaction makes me giggle 🙂

  3. Victoria (District Chocoholic)

    Hysterical – and I love that it tasted OK.

  4. Kath Lockett

    Good for you!
    I must say though that it seems like a grown up version of eat one’s own snot……

  5. theresa

    I’ve heard of people eating peanut butter and pickle sandwiches before, so I guess this is sort of like that. While I am keen on pairing peanut butter with random things – veggie burgers, salad sandwiches, vegan chicken schnitzels – I’ve never been game to try it with pickles. Good on you and your sense of adventure!

  6. Priyanka

    I had so much fun reading the experience. I could feel the momentum building with the pictures and the apt description. I hope you got good sleep last night, after a whirlwind of a day you had yesterday!

  7. whisperinggums

    It always pays to take risks – at least food-wise. Some risks, like, say, bungy-jumping- are less necessary to take methinks.

  8. Lorraine @NotQuiteNigella

    hehe so will this make it into the “Wayfaring Chocolate” chocolate range? 😛

  9. Johanna GGG

    oh dear you really are pushing the envelope but I am more fascinated with peanut butter filled pretzels – sounds most excellent – maybe one of these days I will make it to costco but no green goo – it sounds too like the sausages in Hitchhikers guide to the universe – even if you went back for more!

  10. GirlonRaw

    Hahaha it looks like something fluorescent out of the Nuclear Power Plant on the Simpsons. Girl, you always make me smile!!

  11. Baking Serendipity

    Too funny! I’m not sure I would like the combination, but I love that you proved your friend wrong 🙂

  12. Simply Life

    ha, I love the narration! 🙂

  13. Agnes

    Wahey! Just because you soiled your tastebuds with peanut butter pretzels and nuclear green goo doesn’t make you a winner. 🙂

  14. Camille

    I’m glad you took the dare – I mean when else will you have a chance to eat pickle gloop? Unless Costco sells it, in which case you could probably buy a year’s supply for about four dollars. But you have reminded me that we are nearly out of Trader Joe’s sweet pickle relish, and that there is no possibility in the near future of getting any more. Sad.

  15. Anna Johnston

    Uughhh!!! Pictures do truly show exactly your taste revelations there 🙂 Well done for going back trying it again.

  16. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    haha, I read this but forgot to comment – major lols! You are such a dare devil. Love it when it works out for the better/yummier 🙂
    Heidi xo

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