When I was a kid, I liked to eat strange and weird snacks. Recently I learned that the figs I ate when I was a kid were made from shredded radish. When it comes to figs, Xiao Bian’s memory is: thin and long silk, lips will turn white after eating, always need the last aftertaste and lick the taste on the fingers.
The packaging is a minimalist black and white style, and the big “fig” word is never modified. As a classic post-90s snack, it often appears in small shops on the roadside of the school. For a dime, you can buy a packet of thick and sweet figs and enjoy them with great pleasure.
“Figs” is a representative of childhood snacks. When I see it, I think of a happy childhood. I see it from the small shop in the old street and from time to time. Let me go back to childhood.
But you know what? When I finished eating rice sister, I found out that the “fig” silk was not made from figs! It’s shredded radish!
When I was young, I didn’t like to eat radish. I was scolded and picky by my mother. I didn’t expect to eat dried radish for so many years?