If you ain’t down with the fibrous protein, best take it up with my boyz in blue, yo.
(Taken at a store in Ikebukuro, proving that I-Town is still keepin’ it real…)
Filed under: Living Here Tagged: | lulz
It’s one step towards changing the name to Japanese. By this time next year they’ll be called HAINZU BEKUDO BIINZU.
How much did they cost?
I cant make out what sauce they are in… you’d be kickin’ goals if it was cheese and tomato sauce…
Baked beans are like a larger, less pungent sort of natto, I’ve always thought…
A British staple from all of my Limey friends! Baked Beans rock!
I think it was a regular tomato sauce, minus the cheese, and I can’t remember if they were 200 or 300 yen a can, but I remember it being in that price range.
And DH, I think you mean baked beanZ.
You know, they’ve actually got those at Kroger here.
However, I never really noticed if the ones sold here are marketed with such flava. Being as immersed in flava as I am, it’s entirely possible I’ve simply been taking it for granted.
“Beanz? I could go for some beanz tonight. Or tomorrow wif my breffes or sumpin.”
I will check.
Impressive. But do they have Marmite?
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