I am linking this post to my dear friend's site at Housewife Bliss
Ever since I had read in my trusty "Eat This, Not That" COLLECTION (so gullibly amassed from Amazon's mesmerizing "Customers Who Bought the Item Also Bought" tactics) that Triscuits are the healthiest crackers for you to eat, I have become the cracker's number one fan. Apparently their handful of ingredients provides the least amount of junk factor AND with half a gram of fiber per cracker to boost. "About as unadulterated as wheat gets without chewing on chaff."
Whaaa? Dill seeds? Right up my alley.Back to the what's wrong with the new box question. As I reached over and picked up the box, which looked completely different from before, I noticed that it FELT different from before too. As I grabbed it my fingers fell right into a rougher indentation in the back of the box. So, startled, I quickly turned it around. To my surprize, these marketing geniuses have attached to the box herb seeds. I am so impressed and delighted by the whole experience! I told you I was bored... So as soon as I got home, I cracked the box open and pulled out the seed card.
the directions told me to soak the cardboard pack in water
after two hours... ta-da... seeds!
I quickly added them to the pot housing my herb collection and am anxiously waiting for them to sprout. I know when I am moved to do a review of a product, it is often a negative thing. No, I am not getting paid to endorse Triscuit, but this was just way too cool not to share.
Oh, and this week I was told that as it turns out I am not just a bored housewife, I just have a lot of energy. Thanks Cynthia, from The Daily Basics.
Don't forget to check back here on Wednesday, for our first installment of the fun filled The Shiny Pebble Designer Challenge, or: Please, make this pebble shine again! guest blogger series.