Round two of eating borderline edible, plastic wrapped, snack items features the steak and cheese chimichanga by Windsor Foods.Mmmm.... I was raised on Mexican cuisine, so this is actually somewhat appealing.
Once again, the ingredients list is dominated by synthetic chemicals used to preserve this food while it is sitting longingly in the refrigerated machine waiting for some starved student to give into unwise dietary choices.At 350 calories, 15g of fat, and 560mg of sodium this is a considerable contribution to your daily intake of nutrients which should be ingested sparingly. What's more, this chimichanga actually tastes good! It's made with real cheese which you can see oozing greasily out of the tortilla.
Your dentist would be wary as the fatty, shredded beef easily gets caught between your teeth.CONCLUSION: While the chimichanga certainly isn't healthy, it is nevertheless edible. ¡Andale!