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Postby squiddy on Fri Feb 13, 2004 9:55 pm

RadioEyes84 wrote:Thank you Adam, I will now be obsessively checking every bite of cereal I consume from here until eternity.



AGREED.

I wasn't feeling too good anyways and that made it so much worse. Bad Adam!

But, not bad you, bad cereal. That ..is so gross. Poor thing, gonna be okay?
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Postby bloodeye on Sat Feb 14, 2004 12:00 pm

Cereal nothing, take a close look at your next box of mac and cheese. No need to add protine there, it's already grown in.

Actually when you get down to it, a whole lot of stuff that you think you're eating has a large bit of stuff you didn't.

Low calorie filler so they can call it 'diet', all sorts of chemicals for flavor, preservitives, and color that have nothing to do with organic compounds. Nice little quirks from bug resistant genetic tampering.

Yeah, the best way to loose weight is just find out what exactly you've been eating.
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Postby LemonyFreshEvil on Sun Feb 15, 2004 10:47 pm

bloodeye wrote:Yeah, the best way to loose weight is just find out what exactly you've been eating.


This is why there's a saying about not asking how what foods you like are made.

Although in cases like Porcupine Balls... you should ask.
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Postby Murder Doll on Mon Feb 16, 2004 12:15 pm

LemonyFreshEvil wrote:
bloodeye wrote:Yeah, the best way to loose weight is just find out what exactly you've been eating.


This is why there's a saying about not asking how what foods you like are made.

Although in cases like Porcupine Balls... you should ask.


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Postby Gerbie on Mon Feb 16, 2004 12:43 pm

wow.. I read that to my girlfriend.. and she actually knew what 'Porcupine Balls' are.. Did I mention she scares me sometimes?

Anyways, she says they're meatballs with some sort of sauce on em, then you roll em in rice.

Actually sounds kinda tasty, heh.
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Postby bloodeye on Tue Feb 17, 2004 9:31 pm

Thought everyone knew what porcupine balls were. Are pretty good, though as with most things, have to be made right.

Now, Rocky Mountain Oysters, I can understand someone not knowing what they are. However, I strongly suggest finding out BEFORE you eat them. Other then that, pretty much like any other bit of steak.
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Postby RadioEyes84 on Tue Feb 17, 2004 10:33 pm

Rocky Mountain Oysters...hahahaha...

But they're so much fun to offer to out-of-staters...
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Postby Gerbie on Wed Feb 18, 2004 1:44 am

Rocky Mountain Oysters.. if they're the same as Prairie Oysters (which is what I was told they were) then heh, yeah. Offer then to ANYONE that don't know what they are and then explain it, and you'll get some very scared looks. :D
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Postby RadioEyes84 on Wed Feb 18, 2004 2:16 am

*shakes head* Er...they're not the same. Not at all.
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Postby bloodeye on Wed Feb 18, 2004 10:54 pm

Rocky Mountain Oysters. Beef testicals. Not certain just how they're prepared or if that matters, but think is sliced thin and fried.

Not real certain what Prairie Oysters are.
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Postby Gerbie on Thu Feb 19, 2004 9:51 am

Prairie Oysters (not the band, good band, not good food, not food at all really, in my book, but I'm not a particularly good writer, so I don't think my book will sell many copies) are, as was explained, and unfortunately demonstrated, to me one time when I was like, 12, on the farm of some client of my dads, beef nuts. The prefferred method of preparation at this particular farm was BBQ, so maybe that's the difference between Prairie and Rocky Mountain Oysters?

Anyways, I think I've abused the coma enough for one post. :D
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Postby RadioEyes84 on Thu Feb 19, 2004 10:42 am

A prairie oyster is rumoured to be a hangover "cure," and is made by combining a raw egg yolk and Worstershire sauce in a shot glass and tossing the whole thing back. Sounds delightful, yes?
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Postby DamnedEyez on Thu Feb 19, 2004 6:48 pm

I vaguely recall being told when younger (which means the validity is highly doubtful) that the Prairie variety were from Buffalo and the Rocky Mountain were from Goats.

As I said, the validity is highly suspect...they're probably both from cattle, just prepared differently.
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