-Chunky peanut butter
-Sliced cheddar cheese
Christian: Back when I hated Sandwich #7, I mentioned in my review that while growing up, I was allergic to fish. When I learned I had grown out of that particular allergy, my doctor informed me that I had grown into a peanut allergy. That made sense because I had noticed a tightening in my throat after eating a PB&J. So, yes, I have a mild peanut allergy, but it’s not severe enough to prevent me from eating this sandwich.
I wish it was, though, because this one was awful. The ingredients made no sense together, and that’s before we even get to the return of the awful veggie bacon. This sandwich took a lot of chewing to get down, and I wasn’t even sure I wanted to finish it.
I don’t know what this sandwich was supposed to be, but I do know it was horrible.
Susannah: Ugh, the veggie bacon strikes again. And once more, it was a waste of time. Although, truth be told, I don’t even think real bacon could have redeemed this sandwich. What was Patricia thinking? Did she have the flu or a stroke when she conceived this sandwich? It tasted like a blind person wandered into the kitchen and grabbed ingredients at random. All of the ingredients (minus the bacon) are perfectly fine by themselves, but somehow together they turned into a stodgy, contradictory mess. You could taste each of the individual elements, but there was nothing harmonious in their combination, not to mention the unpleasant mouth feel. Not only would I not order this one, I would hope Patricia gave it some much-needed tweaking.