… but only if they are rock hard because they were left out to dry.
If you are someone who has moved away from where you spent your childhood (and like me moved cultures and country, too) you will know that nostalgic feeling you get when you come across things from there and way back when. Today a lot of these goodies have become international. You buy gummibärs at our local corner shop here in the sticks in Ireland, too. But Ireland has a completely different climate and somehow the gummibärs don’t dry out they way they did then.
I really only like those dried out gummibärs.