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According to the New Zealand Herald KFC is to launch their new Double Down Burger/Sandwich thingie.

What makes this so special… While we strive to cut out things like bread/breadrolls due to their harsh effects on the body… If you (like me) have a love for sandwiches, and need a solution to the processed starch problem.

Well KFC has a proposed alternative (not answer). The specs for this sandwich are as follows as per NZ herald

The Double Down Sandwich is made of two pieces of bacon, two melted slices of cheese and a secret-ingredient sauce encased in two deep-fried slabs of chicken. It is to be released in Australia today.

A spokeswoman for Restaurant Brands New Zealand yesterday said a launch date for the new burger has not been confirmed, however it is “not very far away”.”

some of the nutritional info includes

” 1939 kilojoules, the 212g original recipe has 32g of fat and 540 calories; while the grilled version has 460 calories and 23g of fat.”


Australian nutritionist Susie Burrell said it would take about two hours of walking to burn off the calories.

And for those who are trying to sort out their lives by calorie counting here are some other culprits and some info pertaining to them.

* Double Down Sandwich: Original – 540 calories, 32g fat, 1380mg sodium.
* Grilled – 460 calories, 23g fat, 1430mg sodium
* McDonald’s Big Mac: 26g fat, 1080mg sodium
* McDonald’s The Boss: 44.4g fat, 1120mg sodium
* Burger King Double Whopper: 54g fat, 1088mg sodium
* Burger King Hawaiian BK Chicken: 48g fat, 1805mg sodium”

Just because Im amazing

itunube: fresh flowers

‘fresh flowers’ began when designer sandra bautista of itunube was thinking about the collection of flowers
This is a great gift for all those nerds who either forgot to get their girlfriends flowers, or if they don’t have one, and trying to impress any significant other. Think about it.. Hehe.. This catalogue, with over 30 different flowers, never wilts or needs water. So change the flower everyday for her.. Have fun nerds!

1. choose a flower from the catalogue
2. fold it over so that it becomes the ‘cover’ of the book
3. roll all the pages together in a conical manner so that the flower is displayed vertically
4. place it in a vase or cup
5. don’t put water in it!
6. voilà, you have an ‘easy to transport’ set of flowers.

“leaf through the catalogue to select the flowers you would like to display and fold it in order to make it the front cover

this collection is a means of having fresh flowers on your table everyday,
and provides an alternative way of sending flowers by post to the people you love and want to surprise.”

'fresh flowers' by sandra bautista

‘fresh flowers’ by sandra bautista

enjoying a new one each day.

enjoying a new one each day.

'fresh flowers' contains 32 types of flowers in total

‘fresh flowers’ contains 32 types of flowers in total

the grass is greener on the welded side