So I'm going to lunch yesterday, and I mention I'll be eating "fake spaghetti."
"Spaghettios?" asks a co-worker.
It wasn't spaghettios, but it did get me thinking.
What are spaghettios made of? I know they list ingredients on the back, but what other item we label "food" has the texture and consistency of canned pasta?
Take raviolis. What is that stuffing? Post-processed meat product? Have you looked at it? Have you tried to peel back the outer covering to take a peek? You can't, by the way. It may as well be glued together. Except for that one ravioli in every can that didn't get glued and comes apart when you slide the whole gelatinous mass onto your plate with a gloopy plop.
Don't get me wrong. I've eaten my fair share of canned pastas, even as an adult.
I guess it finally hit me how truly gross they are.
Good thing they're packed with sugar or I might have to swear off.