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Friday, 4 August 2017

Food of the Week - Spinach

This terms Inquiry focus is on food with our unit called Korimako Kai. Each week there is a different food for us to look at. This week it was the very popular SPINACH!!! Both of the Cook and Sutherland writing groups used spinach to help inspire some writing. 

Below are pictures of HULK JUICE which the Sutherland group used to write food reviews about. 
Here is Lachie's review:

'Yesterday at school the Sutherland writing group tried hulk juice. We tried hulk juice because it was the Sutherland writers food of the week.

We began by watching a little bit of Popeye because he liked spinach and it made kids try spinach. Then we had to plan and think what it would taste like while Mr Sutherland blended up a mixture of spinach, milk, and banana.

When I received the hulk juice it smelled horrific and it made me gag! It looked all lumpy, and it looked like moss. Before I knew it, it was time taste it. I took a little sip and spat it right out because it tasted really disgusting. I could not bare to take another sip. I swear everyone else liked it. At least I tried to like it.

After that Mr Sutherland was crazy and asked who wants seconds? Some people did! Then we could finally tip it out and not feel sick. Well some people had the smoothie of there dreams, I had the smoothie of my nightmares.

In conclusion, my suggestion is that people do not even go close to the hulk juice and please listen to that!! That is my review of the disgusting hulk juice. Yuck!!'

By Lachie




1 comment:

  1. Hello my name is Liam a year 8 from Paparoa Range School. I like the way you have explained Hulk juice I don't think i would like hulk juice either. I really liked your post keep it up Liam. You can visit my blog here: https://paparoarangeliamd.blogspot.co.nz/

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