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[Costco] King's Pastry Full Moon Mooncakes $12.88 (double yoke and assorted)

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Sandman wrote: I think this is the first time Costco is carrying the variety pack. Good for someone wants to try different paste like red beans. Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes
They actually have carried the variety pack before. I think the brands usually call them Deluxe and usually in a red packaging while the pure lotus ones are in a white-ish or yellow colour packaging.
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Hotshotz wrote: The thing that jump out to me was the 53g of sugar in one cake...
That's why you don't eat them every month nor available every month. It is usually available twice a year and eaten during those times.
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stephroll wrote: 780 calories per cake .... I like that
the sugar is off the charts too.
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Anywhere selling decent Chinese tea to go with this? Not pricey but good quality ones?
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VanillaDonut wrote: King's Pastry is a Canadian company in Mississauga that specializes in commercialized cakes and deserts. King's Pastry typically does have mooncake at Costco every year but it seems they've changed the packaging from a red tin box to this new packaging.
Cool cool

I remember now as I see their (old) green logo Smiling Face With Open Mouth

I've bought their Swiss rolls at Walmart acc - prepared in Canada, ofc
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I like but don’t love them. Bought for a couple of years, but stopped because of the fat and sugar.

Can’t they make a somewhat healthier version?
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Neo wrote: I like but don’t love them. Bought for a couple of years, but stopped because of the fat and sugar.

Can’t they make a somewhat healthier version?
u can make ur own mooncake like my parents do.
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Strange, King's pastry is in Mississauga tho
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Neo wrote: I like but don’t love them. Bought for a couple of years, but stopped because of the fat and sugar.

Can’t they make a somewhat healthier version?
It’s called portion control.
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Can't blame you for being careful. Even people in China avoid mooncakes made in China.. supposedly for levels of heavy metal?

Personally, if I'm going to eat something with 53g of sugar, I'd spend extra to get the good stuff.
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I would avoid Made in China or produce from China for health reasons too.

For moon cakes, the sad truth is even if you buy ones that are Made in Canada, or Made in Hong Kong, the bulk of the raw ingredients (salted egg yolks and lotus paste) are probably from China as well.

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