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  • Serena - Just too flat and slow

    This turned out to be a very weak story. I wanted so very much to like it, but its very predictable, and the characters are really one dimensional. It is told from first person, switching between different characters. I find that at times I have to flip back to the beginning of the chapter to remind myself who I am heading about, because the characters are so undeveloped that it's hard to distinguish between them. In the end it hurts the series, because the characters' lack of development leaves me just not being ungrateful truly caring what happens to any of them.

  • Shivasuz - I like this gluten-free

    I like this gluten-free, Vegan cheese alternative so much! I can't find anything else on the market that matches its quality, nor also, that meets my standards as well as the Daiya cheeses. I recommend it for everything that one would normally use shredded, cheddar for as a far better alternative if your health is important to you.

  • Melanie wells - It's okay to have that pizza!

    I love being able to have a cheat day and just take 2 of these and it doesn't throw me completely off my diet. I am an it works loyal customer and my distributor is just amazing with answering all questions.

  • Dave B - DON'T BUY THIS - new sleazy royalty enforcement model

    Keurig has just entered the realm of a company I will never do business with again. First I can't imagine why they call this thing 2.0, aside, perhaps, from a second generation revenue stream for Keurig that this system will now enforce the collection of from customers. It's not Internet connected, its firmware can't be upgraded, the menu is primitive and lacks some very basic features (like being able to set the default brew size from 8 oz to 10 oz [and by the way, the size you really want is 12, which inexplicably isn't an option]), there's no app -- literally I see no feature benefit over the old system, and the old system doesn't lock you into Keurig-only k-cups like this one does. I spent 200 dollars on a coffee maker, and what I got was platform designed to lock a consumer into the role of enforcing Keurig's royalty-revenue desires. I've had this thing for too long to return, but I just received a variety box of coffee from Amazon. After ruining several k-cups trying to get it to work, I realized what Keurig had done -- you get a completely manufactured error if trying to brew a k-cup that wasn't officially licensed through Keurig (like many of the best brands out there). Totally sleazy move, and for anyone that has a stock of coffee on hand, be prepared to throw it out unless it is compatible with the new brewers. It's unfortunate that Keurig clearly doesn't have a modern understanding of consumer preferences -- people don't like being locked into forced-brand-loyalty.. Do yourself a favor and buy the Cuisinart version instead. It's made better and won't attempt to levy an annuity on people that already paid good money to buy the product.