It had "burger" in the title, so it seemed cool at the time. What’s the best snack that was ever in your lunch box?#spacefoodsticks #bestsnackever #littlelunch #lunchbox, A post shared by JC (@johncoutis) on Apr 1, 2016 at 2:53am PDT. Let us know in the comments below. Reporting on what you care about. Bonus mention.

Frozen in the morning = perfect by lunchtime. Did you guys lick the cheese off the wrapper too, or was I just gross?

Tell me you didn’t like to lick the packet clean and I’ll call you out for what you are: a liar. You learned everything you know about life from a giraffe in the back of a dark van. We searched for the best '90s snacks and found that some of our favorites are still available online.

They’re of course still available – though not quite like this: And so began a play lunch phenomenon. You learned what an aphrodisiac was when The Whitlams were number one in Triple J’s Hottest 100. Absolutely zero nutritional value. Channel 10 / Via Jenna Guillaume / BuzzFeed, Unless you were a Cheezoid and preferred to watch Jade and Ryan on.

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You got to school early just to play handball with your mates.

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What was the deal with caramel?

We hold major institutions accountable and expose wrongdoing. Here's a recent riff on the classic snack coupling at ACME in Sydney. YOU DO. Time to party like it's 1999. Arguably the most beloved Australian snack from this decade, what was inside those rattly little blue packages was pure heaven. Who didn't love Jatz and cabanossi? Look, the packaging was questionable - with what seemed to be a rip-off of a Sesame Street character on the front... but inside that yellow wrapper? Self care and ideas to help you live a healthier, happier life. You played in the sprinkler to stay cool. Guys.

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It’s also a good source of omega-3. Oh what I wouldn’t give to be in primary school again, when the biggest decision come 11am was whether to eat my Roll-Up or Dunkaroos.

For the times you didn't have money for the canteen. The closest you'd get to eating hot chips. Life was pretty straight without Twisties. 43 Things Australian Kids Of The ‘90s Know To Be True Nov 14, 2018 9:44am. It was also launched in Australia in 1999. Seriously, who could forget the dancing cheese stick that graced our television screens, singing: ‘String me, stretch me any way you want me.’ I swear I’ve had the jingle stuck in my head since 2005.

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But it was what they ate in space, guys. A post shared by nomstalgia (@nomstalgia) on Jun 26, 2016 at 4:46am PDT. Yogo also came (and still does) in "mix up" form, which was a once-in-a-blue moon treat in my family... Because eating chocolate yoghurt with M&Ms in it probably isn't something you should do every day.
26 AprLet's take a look at the most embarrassing food cliches of the 90s and see how far (or not) we've come.

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1. For the times you didn't have money for the canteen. Energy drinks arrived in Australia in the late ’90s. You now bank with Commonwealth because the Dollarmites recruited you early. Introduced in the late ‘90s, Orbitz was widely seen as a marketing disaster. Nutella in individual packs, just because. In hindsight, it was probably on the days they were hungover. Even if they did taste a little bit like plastic.

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Reporting on what you care about. Do we miss them purely because they remind us of simpler times? Yeah, these were no Mamee Noodles. Who could blame us? Compared to other decades, it’s hard to look at food in the 90s without talking about processed snacks like Dunkaroos and Gushers.

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Using a tiny red plastic stick to spread Vegemite on a cracker without butter sounds... like a nightmare, to be honest.

The decade was also filled with more non-fat dishes, and bougie plates of “tall food.” You felt so cool wearing Bad Boy/Bad Girl clothes.

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Nowadays, lunchboxes overflowing with the sugary, salty treats we once loved more than avocado toast probably wouldn’t cut it at many Australian schools… These days, lunchbox rules actually exist to combat childhood obesity and encourage healthy lifestyles at an early age. Snackabouts were way better than doing taxes. So in the name of nostalgia, we gathered our 90s lunchbox favourites: Space Food Sticks were marketed as a replica of “astronaut food” and we don’t know why that was a thing. There are definitely some '90s-era foods that will elicit recognition. Remember those ads with the semi-sleazy cartoon Gorilla who kept saving the world from running out of flavoured yoghurt YES. Smith's were good too - for Tazo reasons, obviously. And about boob fondling from Tim Winton's, You had a massive crush on everyone in the cast of, To this day, you are scared of frill-necked lizards because of, Film Australia / Via Jenna Guillaume / BuzzFeed. However, kangaroo has more protein and iron than beef, and fewer calories and fat content.

This week we’re looking at the recipes that defined a decade from the 1960s all the way through the 00s. They tasted a bit like rubber and looked a little bit like, um, something you definitely wouldn’t want to put in your mouth.