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99 RANCH MARKET - Japanese Style Peanut Mochi - 99 cents each - YMMV

yapchagi 1,403 238 October 27, 2015 at 04:19 PM in Grocery (3)
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Last Edited by yapchagi October 27, 2015 at 04:23 PM
I was at Ranch 99 in San Jose, CA and I found this Mochi cake (Peanut flavor only) from Yuki & Love for 99 cents per pack. Each pack contains 6 Mochi balls. They taste very good!

Regular price is $2.79 for each pack.

So if you like this kind of stuff, this might be a good deal for you. There's no limitation so I bought 11 of them. All 11 packages have expiration date of February 2016.

Goodluck.

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That... looks really good. Can you describe how they taste? I love peanut butter.
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That... looks really good. Can you describe how they taste? I love peanut butter.
Imagine the taste of sweet + peanut butter + whatever that thing is that looks like flour on top of the cake.

Edit: that thing on top of the cake that looks like flour is actually a peanut powder. Says so on the box.
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Had those fresh in Japan, but without the peanut butter filling, so good. The peanut powder comes in a separate container and you roll it in the powder yourself before eating.

Are these made in China?
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OP got lucky. Usually employees and the manager get their hands on these deals first. I used to work at Ranch 99 in Seattle, WA.
This was a deep discount. They won't put out for customers. Usually happens once a year. Last time (4 year ago), I got my hands on a ton of good stuffs from cookies, candy. I'm talking about big bags.
Regular price was from $2 to $5 a bag. Got them for like $0.50 each.
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Had those fresh in Japan, but without the peanut butter filling, so good. The peanut powder comes in a separate container and you roll it in the powder yourself before eating.

Are these made in China?
box says manufactured/distributed by Walong Marketing Inc, Buena Park, California.
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I don't live in CA, but I see a lot of different flavors on Amazon. Any recommendation?
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I don't live in CA, but I see a lot of different flavors on Amazon. Any recommendation?
I think I've never eaten most of the flavors. But I think most of them should taste pretty decent.
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Thanks OP. Will tell SIL 'bout this - as I know she shops R99 more than me.
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