NEWS: New Kashi Island Vanilla Biscuit Cereal May Cause Kashi Fanboys and Fangirls To Drool All Over Themselves

Written by | April 2, 2009

Topics: Cereal, Food, Kashi

I’m afraid to say anything bad about a Kashi product because I’m afraid of what the Kashi fanatics will do to me, so I’m not sure if I want to try the new Kashi Island Vanilla Biscuit Cereal. I’ve never met a Kashi fanboy or fangirl, so I don’t know if they’re like extreme Trekkies who would put the Vulcan Death Grip on me if I tell them Star Wars was better.

All I can go on are the typographical error-filled comments they leave on the Kashi website that say things like, “OMG Kasshi is awessome!!!” But those don’t tell me anything, except they love exclamation points. All I can truly assume about Kashi fanatics is that they have very clean colons since they probably eat a lot of Kashi-provided dietary fiber.

The USDA Organic-certified Kashi Island Vanilla Biscuit Cereal is another way Kashi fanatics can help clean their colons and get a full day’s serving of whole grains. Each wheat cereal biscuit is baked with finely ground organic vanilla beans, giving the cereal a natural sweetness.

A serving size of 27 biscuits contains 180 calories, 1 gram of fat, 0 milligrams of sodium, 180 milligrams of potassium, 44 grams of carbohydrates, 6 grams of fiber, 9 grams of sugar and 6 grams of protein.






8 Comments For This Post I'd Love to Hear Yours!

  1. JamieSusan says:

    Kashi is teeeeewtally awesommmmmee!!!!!!!

  2. Rowen says:

    Meh, I bought it the other day and it didn’t impress me. I like their other shreaded wheat knock off, but I didn’t taste anything in this one, except the banana that I cut up and put into it.

  3. Matt says:

    I tried Kashi once. It made it hurt bad when I went to the bathroom.

  4. Neil the hammer says:

    kashi taste ass no matter what they say

  5. I love most Kashi products. Haven’t tried this particular one yet tho.

  6. Marvo says:

    @JamieSusan: Yup, total fangirl.

    @Rowen: Thanks for sharing your opinion, since I probably won’t try it.

    @Matt: When I eat healthy things, that happens to me too. It’s like my body is rejecting healthiness.

    @Neil the hammer: I’ve had a number of Kashi products and it’s been 50 percent has been good, but 50 percent has been bad.

    @theskinnyplate: What? You haven’t tried this yet? What kind of Kashi fanatic are you? You should be waiting outside the loading dock of your nearest grocer to get your hands on some. :-)

  7. jane says:

    i love kashi products EXCEPT for their new pocket sandwich line. those are freaking disgusting.

  8. Marvo says:

    @jane: I shall avoid those then. I bet those would be even worse if I was able to store them in my pants pocket.



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