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Sunday, August 12, 2007

Only in Israel #6


Liquid. Crack.

13 comments:

Halfnutcase said...

kiddiecrack,

aidel feels very similarly.

tnspr569 said...

As great as you are doctor, this seems kind of pathetic.

PsychoToddler said...

You don't know the POWER of the Peach Prigat.

Ahuva said...

I bought some of that for a visiting cousin to have as a shabbos treat. I'm not sure who drank more-- her or me! Needless to say, it did not last 25 hours.

Shira Salamone said...

Yum, peach-flavored liquid sugar.

Sure, Israelis' idea of "mitz" (juice) is almost always sweetened, which drove me nuts when I was there two years ago. But hey, we Americans down gallons of so-called "juice drinks" (10-15% juice, 85-90% water and sweeteners), so we really can't talk.

As with any other form of junk food, juice drinks and "nectars" are nice as an occasional treat. Just don't keep it in the house. :)

Doctor Bean said...

Mmmmm.... Peach Prigat! I've only had the original flavor (mango? what the heck is it?). I must seek out the Peach.

Moreover, Yom Huletet Sameach!

Halfnutcase said...

DB, thats yom haledet sameach! (please lets not get in to tof or sof) its not a tet or a tof or a sof, but it is a dalet!

the apple said...

Hehe. I can definitely drink that in one shot. That stuff is totally addictive (er, and like 99% sugar and 1% actual juice. Or maybe less.).

Eees said...

That stuff is absolutely yum! (But, so is the pink grapefruit, the grape, the green grape kiwi...and I just have to go across the street to buy it! Not as exciting as Israel, but less expensive than a plane ticket)

orieyenta said...

Yum...I love that stuff. We usually end up buying one of every flavor at the store.

Steg (dos iz nit der šteg) said...

ick. get some other flavor addiction, please :-P

Tzipporah said...

oh, man, I LOVED that stuff. When I came down with tonsilitis right after Pesach (many many years ago), that was all I could drink.

Needless to say, the associations it garnered from that miserable week made it impossible to drink thereafter. Sigh. We'll always have Paris - er, Jerusalem. ;-}

tnspr569 said...

PT, I was just there for a year; bah, I say.

Marzipan Bakery Rugelach, though, are on a whole other level (the chocolate ones, of course). Those are truly addictive.

I also got addicted to Yesha while I was there...I never knew one could get addicted to regions of a country until now.