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Blue Diamond Almonds, Bold Wasabi & Soy Sauce, 16 Ounce $5.99

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My favorite flavor on deal again @ $5.99. Usually $7.98. Not an add on. Get it before it's gone. Deal also applies to Wasabi & Soy Prime Pantry item #: B00MHTGCFE

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Thanks. Love this flavor. Pretty mild spicy heat in case anyone is wondering. It's my favorite. Got it shipped to the house for free w/ Prime and also got a $1 no rush digital credit. Smilie

Walgreens has a few other flavors for the same price.
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Real Wasabi these days is very rare and companies often use fake wasabi made from different ingredients.
Research and see.
Don't pay high prices for fake products.
That's because the Wasabis are endangered and can't be hunted legally. They only come out at night around college dorms where there are drunk people. Oh, wait, that's Snipes. Perhaps you too have gone Snipe Hunting at some point?

But if you actually look at the ingredients, Horseradish is one of the main flavor ingredients, which is what Wasabi is, basically. Snipes like it too...
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That's because the Wasabis are endangered and can't be hunted legally. They only come out at night around college dorms where there are drunk people. Oh, wait, that's Snipes. Perhaps you too have gone Snipe Hunting at some point?

But if you actually look at the ingredients, Horseradish is one of the main flavor ingredients, which is what Wasabi is, basically. Snipes like it too...
Fake wasabi is the name of my band.
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On another note, I find that these taste almost like they have liquid in them. I love wasabi and I love almonds, but something about these is not great to me. Just my 2 cents.
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Real Wasabi these days is very rare and companies often use fake wasabi made from different ingredients.
Research and see.
Don't pay high prices for fake products.
man wants premium ingredients on almond snacks LOL
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Make your own wasabi roasted almonds https://www.ayearofslowcooking.co...s.html?m=1
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They use horse radish; though frankly, I can't tell the difference.
They are lightly seasoned; not at all like wasabi peas.
They aren't bad, but I won't be ordering them again.
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Any deals on salt and vinegar almonds? They are the best
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Bought one from last deal and enjoyed it. In for another one.
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