Welcome to a new post! The guys over at Seamore and Penclic sent me a few items so I though that today I would talk to you about them!
It's never easy to change whether this is a change in your lifestyle, relationship or your diet. Seamore know this but they believe that some change is always good therefore they developed a brand new idea and created it so the public could try it. Seaweed pasta sounds weird but as we're in the 21st Century, we should embrace it. Penclic combines design, ergonomics, functionality and comfort. Penclic ensures that the normal office worker can use their time in the best way possible.
As I mentioned above, Seamore sell I See Pasta which is Seaweed Pasta which may sound odd but it's absolutely vegan and gluten free therefore it's great for those who can't enjoy the regular pasta due to pasta being traditionally made via flour and eggs. I think that we all have this stereotype that Seaweed can only be used within Asian dishes as a garnish but I think that it's a great idea to use it as Pasta.
I used it recently and it can be cooked just like normal pasta which I love as it means that its quick and simple. I loved the texture as again it was just like pasta but as it had a slightly bitter taste, I did think that it would have gone better with maybe a tomato/marinara sauce maybe. I think that this product would be great for a dish at a dinner party.
I also was sent a Penclic R3 which is a wireless mouse which is great for those that need a mouse but are sick of wires eg office workers or myself. It connects via a USB dongle which makes everything easier as its a short wire instead of a long wire that gets caught everywhere and has three buttons therefore again it makes everything easier. The design is quirky and it did take me a while to get used to it. Once you get past the design then its easy to handle and use.
What do you think of these two products? Comment down below!
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This blog post was in collaboration with Seamore and Penclic. All views, opinions and ramblings are my own and not influenced by the brands.