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[#] Sat Dec 27 2008 20:51:10 EST from triLcat @ Uncensored

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at the risk of bringing up painful memories (of raspberry)

I was thinking of making some sort of strawberry filling for between two layers of vanilla cake. 

Any suggestions? (I have frozen strawberries, if that makes a difference)

[#] Sun Dec 28 2008 00:40:03 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Changing the wheat structure of pasta can also alter things like carb content, fiber content, etc. A couple of weeks ago I was over at Aahz's house and we experimented with cooking with a "high fiber" pasta. It cooked up really sticky; we had to rinse it in order to get it to behave like regular pasta in a dish.

[#] Sun Dec 28 2008 00:43:43 EST from triLcat @ Uncensored

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There's a local brand of pasta that's made with partial soft wheat and partial durum.

They have a second line called "perfecto."  The perfecto line is 100% durum.

I find the regular completely inedible, and wonder why they persist in selling it, when the price differential is pretty small.

[#] Sun Dec 28 2008 02:05:12 EST from Harbard @ Uncensored

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Different tastes.....I grew up on soft tastless pasta smothered in sickly sweet tomato sauce.  There are a lot of people that think it's supposed to be that way.  Now I know better.  I'm not supposed to eat pasta either.  Low carb thing.  That didn't stop me from having taco's and potatoe ole's at Taco Johns though.  No need to be a fanatic.

[#] Sun Dec 28 2008 02:09:52 EST from Harbard @ Uncensored

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IMO, frozen strawberries make a better filling.  The freezing process breaks down the cell walls. 

check out this:,1-0,strawberry_cake_filling,FF.html

I love for recipes.


[#] Sun Dec 28 2008 13:04:11 EST from athos-mn @ Uncensored

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My mother made a fudge with Velvetta - be very afraid.

[#] Sun Dec 28 2008 15:52:30 EST from flynnfx @ Uncensored

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tril : The regualr pasta is crap - like comparing a Big Mac to a steak. We only use whole wheat pasta ourselves.

We find the taste better (after the whole wheat pasta the regular stuff seems to leave an after taste) a lot more healthier, and

heck, I'll be blunt, a lot less gassier - the regular pasta give us a lt more gas.

[#] Mon Dec 29 2008 00:35:58 EST from triLcat @ Uncensored

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I've only had whole wheat pasta once or twice. Maybe next time I buy, I'll try it.

the soft wheat stuff is total crap though. it turns to mush in minutes.

[#] Mon Dec 29 2008 01:02:39 EST from Ladyhawke @ Uncensored

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Good quality 100% whole wheat will keep al dente much better.  Try Barilla. 

[#] Sat Jan 03 2009 16:24:12 EST from rudolf @ Uncensored

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Who's eating all the snacks before they go back to work? I know I am. I'm allowed to buy donuts for someone else, and oranges and fruit for me. Still, I could go on Draper's lose it quick diet: only tuna and water for three days. I'm not sure if 'lose it quick' refers to bodyfat or my mind.

[#] Fri Jan 16 2009 10:58:17 EST from flynnfx @ Uncensored

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Found this unknown food on one food blog,and I never, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever will EVER want to try it.

How the %#$%#$%#$ did anyone even venture to try this as food?!?!?!

I mean, I know there are different types of food in different cultures, but man!

[#] Fri Jan 16 2009 11:22:13 EST from Peter Pulse @ Uncensored

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Cheese itself is made by allowing bacteria to live in milk. Then some people love cheese not only after it has been infested with bacteria, but also with mold. In that light, is this really that strange?

[#] Fri Jan 16 2009 13:23:27 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Pecorino is delicious just the way it is. I'll enjoy mine without maggots, thanks.

[#] Fri Jan 16 2009 13:47:24 EST from girthta @ Uncensored

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"Because the larvae in the cheese can launch themselves for distances up to 15 centimetres (6 in) when disturbed, diners hold their hands above the sandwich to prevent the maggots from leaping into their eyes."



[#] Fri Jan 16 2009 17:12:36 EST from Harbard @ Uncensored

[Reply] [ReplyQuoted] [Headers] [Print] to my taste.  I used to love Lauren Hutton (model and actress).  Then I saw here in some show in Africa.  Her and a bunch of kids were eating Termites as they left the nest.  Killed all my desire right there.


Still....insects are a great source of protein.

[#] Fri Jan 16 2009 17:26:56 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Piophila casei larvae are very resistant to human stomach acid and can pass
through the stomach alive, taking up residency for some period of time in the
intestines and causing stomach lesions and other gastrointestinal problems.


[#] Fri Jan 16 2009 20:24:52 EST from Harbard @ Uncensored

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I think you are supposed to chew them first.  I doubt they are resistant to human molars.

[#] Sat Jan 17 2009 13:29:35 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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That just needed repeating. :)

[#] Thu Feb 05 2009 18:29:03 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

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hm... food?


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