Player VS Food: Honey Cruller (Doughnut)

Hello again loyal readers, and a welcome to those new ones as well. For those just tuning in, each week we pick out a meal or snack to push down our throat-holes while raiding and determine how well-equipped we are to be multitasking in such a way.

In continuation with snacky foods, today I’m going with a doughnut. To be specific, I chowed down on a Honey Cruller from Tim Horton’s during our 10-man Firelands run this week.

Cost: $1.50
Skill required to make: Level 1; Purchased as-is.
Time required to make: None.
Taste Stats: With a little bit of dough and a hole (get it?) lot of glazed honey, these taste fantastic.
Ease to eat: Honey Crullers can (and should) only be eaten with one hand. Cutting a doughnut makes you look like a wuss.
Time to eat: Short; single bite.
Buff (Nutritional Value): Sugar energy.
Debuff: On average, honey crullers have around 169 calories, 7.5g of fat, and 141g of sodium. That said, they’re nowhere near the top of the list for a healthy choice. These also can leave a sticky residue on your fingers, sticking you with sticky keys.
Max FPS (Food Per Sitting): I wouldn’t recommend eating more than 2 of these. As good as they are, they’re really not good for you.
Overall Food Level (fLvl): Common(25). Good as these may taste; the fact that Honey Crullers are unhealthy, leave you with sticky fingers and don’t really give you much of a sugar buzz doesn’t make these an ideal raiding snack.

If you have any ideas for foods, feel free to PST in the comments, and we can group up and down them. We’ll log again for PVF next Monday, and we can level more then. Chow!

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