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03-31-2015, 11:22 AM   #16126
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That is truly cruelty to lenses! Are you aware that yoga mats have some of the same chemicals found in Subway sandwich bread!!!


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I imagine that ingredient is velveta.

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Uh-oh. Nope, we can't have any of that!

So, back off topic: I took a picture of my wife's yoga mat the other day.
i hear those things get really smelly.................
03-31-2015, 12:48 PM   #16128
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I haven't had a chocolate 'soda pop' since I was a kid in the 50's.
My drink of choice back then was Choc-Ola. (or peanuts in a RC Cola)
I spotted a 3 pack of Yoo-Hoo at the store, and after a glance at the ingredients knew I had to try one.
Today was the day, but it upset my tummy and I had to eat a slice of Velveeta to counteract and settle it.
Saving the other two for the grandkids.



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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
Oh!

Oh!

I know!

Pick me!

They are stuffed Bell Peppers with some nice Tillamook extra sharp cheddar on them!

Oh yeah baby!



Made from real milk that came from real cows.

Looks like real cheese.


Our friend Mark lives in the home of some good cheese. The bulk one that gets over here is Mainland in various grades of maturity. The vintage is best.

03-31-2015, 01:03 PM   #16130
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All natural just means they are too cheap to put in the good stuff!
Besides I bet it won't last on the shelf of a survival bunker so it's useless!
Actually they have found cheese in ancient tombs that was still vaguely edible, I kid you not. They cut off the moldy outer rind and it was supposedly okay to eat. Cheese was one of the original portable semi-non-perishable foods. It came about as a way to preserve milk and that to eat through the winter. Like yogurt cheese has cultures that can preserve it for a long time, at least until you cut into the rind. A good hard cheese in it's rind, it can last for years, though it does get sharper of course the longer it ages...
03-31-2015, 01:11 PM   #16131
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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
. . . . . . . and after a glance at the ingredients knew I had to try one.
Uf Da!

The second ingredient is high fructose corn syrup.

Bad for you.

Many of the other ingredients look like a list for a high school science project.

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Sodium caseinate (from milk),
That is in milk?

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corn syrup solids,
Solids? I thought this was a drink.

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calcium phosphate,
Mmmmm . . . . . . . . . phosphate.

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dipotassium phosphate,
Mmmmm . . . . . . . more phosphate.

Twice!

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guar gum,
Isn't Gaur a character in a video game>

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xanthan gum,
Xanthan? Another video game dude?

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mono and diglycerides,
Single and double glycerides.

Double your pleasure, double your fun!

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salt,
Bad for us. Hypertension is killing us off at an alarming rate. Yet there is so much sodium in our diet, and then we add more.

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spice,
Spice?

Like the girls?

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soy lecithin,
Hey, wait a minute!

Did I just walk into a Chinese restaurant?

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niacinamide
Sounds like some kind of crime or something.
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QuoteOriginally posted by magkelly Quote
Cheese was one of the original portable semi-non-perishable foods
Logic?!? NOOOOOO!!!! Must plug ears!! Lalalalalalala- not listening!
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No guts no glory Mr Food Police.

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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
No guts no glory Mr Food Police.
Don't worry. He probably had one this morning.
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The trend of late on this thread has me wanting to touch something a little more primal and real...or at least sort real...or at least not so sticky...


The hociR will not follow...


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The trend of late on this thread has me wanting to touch something a little more primal and real...or at least sort real...or at least not so sticky...

https://youtu.be/UIVe-rZBcm4

The hociR will not follow...


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Because of velveeta, you're going to start doing drugs?
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Because of velveeta, you're going to start doing drugs

If you're using Velveeta, aren't you already into drugs?
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If you're using Velveeta, aren't you already into drugs?
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If you're using Velveeta, aren't you already into drugs?
In the Velveeta community, we prefer to call them chemicals.

Regards!
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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
but it upset my tummy and I had to eat a slice of Velveeta to counteract and settle it.
I think you were better off chewing one corner of a yoga mat, Rob!
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