The hunt was worth it, because I found them for the "bargain price" of "only" $1.03 in this place, called Cascade, if my memory is correct.
Of course, I had no idea that my Delta flight would be cancelled and I'd have another chance to shop for food. I ended up buying in an Upper Eastside fruit stand near the 92nd Street Y. It cost me a fraction of the price and took seconds to purchase, no lines and very convenient.
As part of my horrendously cheap Delta compensation package, I received three $6- food vouchers. When I asked what I, a strictly kosher consumer, could do with these at the airport I was sent to Healthy Gourmet.
I was told that they had some kosher food. I saw sandwiches and "ready made meals."
The meals were all vegan, no animal products whatsoever, so there could be fewer kashrut problems. And there's a hechshar. The next day someone told me she'd "never eat" from that supervisor, but I'm no expert and the meal had already been eaten.
I chose the buckwheat, rather than the others all based on noodles, hoping it would be less starchy. I'm on a low carbohydrate diet.
I hate to disappoint you, but I can't quite think of any suitable adjectives to describe it. I finally ate it in my daughter's apartment. I had been starving, and it was food, low in fat, a consideration when taking into account the stressful evening. It cost me two vouchers, almost $12- to the penny. I had been warned that I wouldn't get change, so I should do my best to use the vouchers for six, twelve or eighteen dollar purchases.
The following day, on my deja vu return to JFK I used the third voucher to buy a liter of mineral water and a cookie (to make it close to $6-) that thankfully tasted so awful I couldn't eat it. I had to drink the entire bottle of water when taking off my shoes before the extra security check Delta demands of all passengers to Israel. Soon after we took off and before the seatbelt sign went off, I was the first passenger to get up and us the WC. The stewardess chastised me on my return to my seat that it was dangerous to walk around the plane. I replied:
"It would have been more dangerous if I hadn't."
Gotta love that retort! ;)
I think she was too young to appreciate it...
You are funny! I enjoyed this post.
Leora, thanks. Considering that I got home a day late, I think I handled it pretty well. Should I add humor to the KCC categories?
The star k has a hotline that u can quickly call to ask about a Heckscher . I called before about this exact one, on some gluten free flour they said it was fine not sure for the above though. 410-484-4110
Thanks, good to know.
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