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7 months 2 weeks ago

Municipal Waste wrote:
How can you say this is 4.5 stars for value when you can EASILY make a whole tray of the same recipe for about £1.50?

They will have compared it with similar shop-bought products, not raw ingredient prices.

I've long preferred Torq energy bars and, although these are sweeter, they are now my favourite branded energy bars. 260 kcal and 40g of carbs per 65g bar is good while the easy-to-chew texture and the use of organic ingredients means a thumbs-up from me. While they are not cheap I only take one on rides of more than 3 hours without a cake stop* so I feel I can justify the indulgence.

* this would cost rather more than £1.50.

7 months 2 weeks ago

Municipal Waste wrote:

 

How can you say this is 4.5 stars for value when you can EASILY make a whole tray of the same recipe for about £1.50?

 

 

Firstly that presumes you can make them as tasty, and secondly mass produced vs home baked isn't like for like.

7 months 2 weeks ago

How can you say this is 4.5 stars for value when you can EASILY make a whole tray of the same recipe for about £1.50?

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