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[#] Fri Jan 22 2010 10:54:26 EST from skpacman @ Uncensored

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my step-dad would eat sardines all the time... i absolutely hate the smell. I've never eaten them, and probably never will just because of the foul stench that i so vividly remember.



[#] Fri Jan 22 2010 11:59:55 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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There are a lot of different kinds of fish that are labeled as sardines. I've heard that some of them are downright disgusting.

My fishies of choice are smoked norwegian brisling packed in olive oil. The can is a two-layer configuration (yes, this matters -- it means that the fishies are smaller).

[#] Fri Jan 22 2010 14:36:27 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

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ohhh nooooo! we ate them all! those tasty little fishes!



[#] Fri Jan 22 2010 15:22:31 EST from Peter Pulse @ Uncensored

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He ate little fishes they were most delicious...

[#] Fri Jan 22 2010 22:09:12 EST from skpacman @ Uncensored

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Did I mention my step-dad ate the "Large Bumble Bee Sardines in Mustard" .... one of the smelliest, most disgusting, putrid smell that'll ever haunt your nostrils.



[#] Fri Jan 22 2010 23:00:36 EST from Harbard @ Uncensored

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I like the ones that come in Lousiana Hot Sauce!



[#] Sat Jan 23 2010 11:17:42 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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skpacman: the "large" is the problem. The smaller the fish, the milder the taste. When you open a can of sardines you want to see small fish, not pieces of large fish.

And I just finished off another can a few moments ago. Toasted bagel, cream cheese, pieces of red onion, and my favorite smoked brisling sardines packed in olive oil. Gotta get me a few more tins.

[#] Sat Jan 23 2010 14:19:25 EST from triLcat @ Uncensored

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I think if they come in mustard, it's a bad sign.



[#] Wed Jan 27 2010 12:55:29 EST from shazam @ Uncensored

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What's good for food that doesn't cause heartburn? Seems like everything I eat is giving me grief. Except tums. They aren't actually food, though.

[#] Wed Jan 27 2010 13:02:10 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Oatmeal, grits, cereal, fruit, salads, and Maneschevitz (sic?)

[#] Wed Jan 27 2010 14:23:43 EST from shazam @ Uncensored

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I could go for some oatmeal, that's a good idea. I'm from the North. What's a grit? :)
Maneschevitz? I really don't make a habit of drinking syrup.

[#] Wed Jan 27 2010 14:31:23 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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In the north, grits are called "polenta" and they cost ten times as much.

[#] Wed Jan 27 2010 14:56:31 EST from shazam @ Uncensored

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I never heard of Polenta, but now since I konw they're grits, I can avoid paying 10 times more for them by not buying them. Thanks for the heads up.

I actually liked quinoa. If you don't add any flavor to it, it probably won't cause heart burn.

[#] Thu Jan 28 2010 06:02:13 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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I think I've heard someone else describe grits as 'MaltaMeal' or somesuch.  I've never had that, so I can't really compare.

As ever, though, Wikipedia has an entry for it:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grits

I actually rather like them.  Lightly flavored, they taste pretty good.  You could probably order some online for much less than what I guess it sells for up there.



[#] Thu Jan 28 2010 09:26:18 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Oh, you can *get* grits here, they're just not all that popular unless you're eating at the home of someone who used to live in the South.

I quite like them, actually.

[#] Thu Jan 28 2010 12:59:55 EST from shazam @ Uncensored

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Ah. Corn.  Well, not my favorite food, but I do like popcorn. I'll eat that instead.

I found a new brand of yogurt in my store, it's vanilla flavored, has real sugar not fake, BUT the container claims it has only 12 grams of sugar. Most flavored yogurts I've ever seen have close to 30 grams of sugar per container and I'm wondering how they're doing it (because it tastes good) or if they're lying.



[#] Tue Feb 09 2010 13:39:21 EST from rudolf @ Uncensored

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Do you want any corn grits shipped up there? I can run by the mill this weekend. Two of my relatives have watermills in the area. There's nothing like stone ground grits, but you will have to soak these overnight.



[#] Wed Feb 10 2010 09:50:39 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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We can *get* the corn grits here; the problem is that very few people know how to prepare them properly.

[#] Wed Feb 10 2010 11:03:06 EST from athos-mn @ Uncensored

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Made 40 Cloves of Garlic and a Chicken on Sunday. Nummy.

[#] Thu Feb 11 2010 22:22:43 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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That's always a treat.  Yum ... garlic.



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