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Tuesday, 06 February 2007



("Disgusted" did you mean?)


Re. the article - Hear hear. It's just too bad though that Cherry Oatmeal Chocolate Toffee cookies don't taste a whole lot like carrots.


Good catch Katy. I can't proof read my own writing for crap.


I was never under any impression the processed shit that crosses for food was good for me.


My brain says organic free range carrots. My belly says "hells yes I want fries with that!"


I wasn't either however there are people in this world that drink Big Gulp sodas for breakfast and then wonder why they don't have any energy and feel like shit all day long. Hint: It might have something to do with the 200 tablespoons of sucrose you're sucking down.


"That would be cool if you could eat a good food with a bad food and the good food would cover for the bad food when it got to your stomach. Like you could eat a carrot with an onion ring and they would travel down to your stomach, then they would get there, and the carrot would say, ‘It's cool, he's with me.’" (Mitch Hedberg)


Love that quote Katy.

I was just thinking about this the other day when I read the label on Alissa's baby food. I had been great about going all organic, but was deterred by how awesome lasagna sounded. After that, I realized that was why it was worth paying almost 20 cents a jar more.

For the Big Gulp clan: moderation people. Diet Coke will still make you fat when you drink 12 a day.


No doubt Eunice. Everything in moderation. Note to self, especially Green Tabasco flavored CheezIts and nearly any flavor of Kettle chips.


"If you can't pronounce, then don't eat it."

That's what Ron Popeil told me so I know this is sage advice.


Actually, the Big Gulps have high fructose corn syrup. If you want real sugar in your Coke you need to go to the places that sell Mexican Coke. If you haven't had a Coke made with sugar, you really don't know what a Coke tastes like. A little bottle once in a while won't kill ya. It is the 64oz bladder buster that does it.


Egan, I love Ron. I need to break out the pasta maker again.

Kirk, Duh. You have to pick up rocks to find people that don't know HFCS is in most processed foods in America.


I regretfully left my Popeill Pasta maker behind in NY whien I moved here but used to lvoe making Carrot Spaghetti.


I'm almost positive the one my grandfather bought is still in the basement at my mom's house. Gonna have to check next time I'm over there.


He has a pasta maker? I just have the food dehydrator. Yep still have it. Used it all of once, but dammit, I have one.

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