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1 hour ago, Wolfbane said:

What's in that suddenly popular Beyond Beef Burger?

Check out the ingredients in your dog's food. Notice the commonality?

Wb

Well everything else, bread, potato chips yada, yada has been ruined already by "them, they, it"

lays, "can't even force me to eat one"

 

At least this is still the same and doesn't taste like the box it comes in!

& love it heated with extra milk in the wave on a cold am!

 

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1 hour ago, JohnJ said:

Well everything else, bread, potato chips yada, yada has been ruined already by "them, they, it"

lays, "can't even force me to eat one"

 

At least this is still the same and doesn't taste like the box it comes in!

& love it heated with extra milk in the wave on a cold am!

 

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Considering it all started after being ripped off from the Kellogg Brothers Grape Nuts and Post has done well. Much better than Special K and Corn flakes, which tastes like dried cardboard to me. I'm still partial to my Oatmeal in the mornings here. Wife refuses to buy me and make my childhood favorite 'Roman Meal' for reasons I can never figure out and she seemingly won't explain beyond 'UGH!'. :(

 

I keep putting it on the grocery list and it never arrives.

 

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@Wolfbane I hear you!

I haven't been able to find "Roman Meal" bread in decades, good stuff there... whole wheat not adorned with bird seed!!

Sometimes I can find a very similar light whole wheat in the Publix here, glad they decided to follow me north since I moved back! They make a rye that isn't dark colored but the rye flavor is almost as heavy as pumpernickel. 

I miss Golden Grahams because I used chocolate milk for them and I have not been able to make chocolate syrup as good as what we used to be able to get in the tin can. Pringles didn't change too much, but they aren't really chips are they?

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11 hours ago, Wolfbane said:

What's in that suddenly popular Beyond Beef Burger?

 

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Check out the ingredients in your dog's food. Notice the commonality?

 

Wb

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I warned y'all.

   It may not have meat.... that's about all you can say.

..... and don't get any in the real meat.... The carnivores will scream adulteration/meat extenders

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22 minutes ago, WillyBob said:

I warned y'all.

   It may not have meat.... that's about all you can say.

Thanks but I've known not to go to mcD's since the 1970s for a real hamburger:D

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3 hours ago, JohnJ said:

Thanks but I've known not to go to mcD's since the 1970s for a real hamburger:D

 

If you are desperate, starving, traveling with a pet and your local Rotten Ronny's will cook to order at your request (i.e. from from raw patty to cooked while you wait the 15 minutes) McD's is just okay. However, I believe most of their beef comes from outside of N. America and mostly from old Bulls, not beef cattle. God only knows how the source animal is treated (which should be respect and good care) or what they are actually getting in their feed! That said, avoid their chiken sandwiches like death!! 

 

My wife likes A&W burgers and convience but if I'm picking it up she waits (for my 'cooked to order A&W burgers'). Believe me it is worth the wait compared to the reheated, tastes like shat alternative.💩

 

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Never heard of it ... i was more of a Cream of Wheat guy, and it had to be the cream of wheat in the white box.  i guess my OCD has been around longer than i realize. 

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Grew up with cream of wheat, but now it's Irish Steel Cut Oats.  Our pet rabbit turned us on to those.  Gawd she would do anything for them.  Of course I cook them and add a pat of butter and maple syrup.

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I've been eating Kashi cereals.  Lo sugar and high fiber.  Good stuff w/some milk.  No, I won't do anything for them nor will you cook me and do a Bobby Flay throw down w/a pat of butter and maple syrup!  🖖

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Ever try this? It's happenin' (well at least as far as oatmeal goes)

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11 minutes ago, oldtimer said:

Of course I cook them and add a pat of butter and maple syrup.

you Canadian? i know a Canadian gal that puts maple syrup on her oatmeal.

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I've heard of people putting milk on it, too.

 

OK

Corn meal/grits ... the same? 

I know grits are made from hominy. Does yellow corn meal get the same processing?

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2 hours ago, NADman said:

Had a lot of this as a kid.

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56 minutes ago, BigStewMan said:

Never heard of it ... i was more of a Cream of Wheat guy, and it had to be the cream of wheat in the white box.  i guess my OCD has been around longer than i realize. 

 

49 minutes ago, oldtimer said:

Grew up with cream of wheat, but now it's Irish Steel Cut Oats.  Our pet rabbit turned us on to those.  Gawd she would do anything for them.  Of course I cook them and add a pat of butter and maple syrup.

 

42 minutes ago, Dave1290 said:

I've been eating Kashi cereals.  Lo sugar and high fiber.  Good stuff w/some milk.  No, I won't do anything for them nor will you cook me and do a Bobby Flay throw down w/a pat of butter and maple syrup!  🖖

 

41 minutes ago, babadono said:

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Ever try this? It's happenin' (well at least as far as oatmeal goes)

 

39 minutes ago, BigStewMan said:

you Canadian? i know a Canadian gal that puts maple syrup on her oatmeal.

 

31 minutes ago, WillyBob said:

I've heard of people putting milk on it, too.

 

OK

Corn meal/grits ... the same? 

I know grits are made from hominy. Does yellow corn meal get the same processing?

 

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2 hours ago, NADman said:

Had a lot of this as a kid.

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I used to make bread with that as part of the mix. Good for what ails you!

 

Wb

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48 minutes ago, BigStewMan said:

you Canadian? i know a Canadian gal that puts maple syrup on her oatmeal.

The usa also produces maple syrup.  And just because it comes in jugs doesnt mean its only for swigging.

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