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Old 05-01-2014, 01:41 PM   #51
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We've got a hot dog connoisseur over here. And you're making me hungry for hot dogs, which I haven't had in months.
Rule of thumb, if it's processed, it's probably not going to be all that great for you.
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Old 05-01-2014, 04:00 PM   #52
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That is a lot of food for two weeks.

Usually for the month. My brother has been home for awhile. The kid can eat. So naturally, my grocery bill doubles.


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Old 05-01-2014, 04:12 PM   #53
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Usually for the month. My brother has been home for awhile. The kid can eat. So naturally, my grocery bill doubles.


That makes sense then. I was gonna say if I ate all that food in two weeks I'd be bigger than the person that got crane lifted out of the movie Gilbert Grape.
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That makes sense then. I was gonna say if I ate all that food in two weeks I'd be bigger than the person that got crane lifted out of the movie Gilbert Grape.

Pisses me off, actually. I might be weird here, but I dont see the need to cook something every night. A bowl of cereal or leftovers will do. Not for members of my family. Every night it has to be something new. **** gets expensive.

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Pisses me off, actually. I might be weird here, but I dont see the need to cook something every night. A bowl of cereal or leftovers will do. Not for members of my family. Every night it has to be something new. **** gets expensive.

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Old 05-02-2014, 12:24 AM   #56
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After watching this you won't eat another hot dog ever. "Trimmings", hahaha. Scraps not fit for a dog.

Meh, I have watched that several times and I still love me some hot dogs. Processed animal protein is my jam.
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Old 05-02-2014, 04:38 AM   #58
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Not on my list every week but in general
Staples of my list (not every week, but some of what I get).
1. Chicken breasts - fresher the better to avoid the additional preservatives and lean as possible
2. Lean Steak/beef/roast depending on what I have planned, but I limit eating red meat to 2x a week
3. Fish - usually frozen so I can use it as I need it (again not every week)
4. Eggs (dozen - 18: I usually hard boil most or all to make breakfast in the am easy and quick and mostly protein)
5. Turkey bacon (yes, yes I know, it's not the real stuff)
6. Egg Beaters and/or Egg whites
7. If the local farmers market is open I go there for fresh veg and some organic meats and eggs, sometimes fruit.
8. I keep some frozen veg (mixed, broccoli) on hand
9. Occasionally sweet potatoes
10. My key fresh veg: celery, carrots, spinach, onions, mushrooms.
11. Unsweetened Almond milk
12. Carbsmart yogurt (lower sugars, higher protein, probiotic).
13. Kcup coffee (not every week, probably monthly)
14. Dried goods I keep around: PB2, Protein Powder, 10g protein bars for snacks, raw almonds, lots of spices,

I avoid much cheese or other dairy in the house because I am a dairy freak so I'd over indulge. I have it in the house when I have a specific recipe.
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Old 05-02-2014, 07:13 AM   #59
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Meh, I have watched that several times and I still love me some hot dogs. Processed animal protein is my jam.
There was nothing in that video that scared me. I would have been more concerned if the workers were dressed in sterile gear, but I have no illusions about what a hot dog is. I don't care for hot dogs, but it's because I don't like how they taste, not because they are emulsified meat sticks. Bologna or any of those other special cold cuts aren't any different.
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That commercial looks older then 20 years ago, lol. Hebrew National was acquired in 1993 by ConAgra and most Jews don't even eat it because they think it's as close to non-kosher as it gets. 11 people in Minnesota sued them in 2012 for unlawfully tricking people into thinking they are buying kosher meat and being able to charge a premium fee for this alleged fallacy. Seriously, you might as well just buy the cheap hot dogs, they truly are about the same.
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Not on my list every week but in general
Staples of my list (not every week, but some of what I get).
1. Chicken breasts - fresher the better to avoid the additional preservatives and lean as possible
2. Lean Steak/beef/roast depending on what I have planned, but I limit eating red meat to 2x a week
3. Fish - usually frozen so I can use it as I need it (again not every week)
4. Eggs (dozen - 18: I usually hard boil most or all to make breakfast in the am easy and quick and mostly protein)
5. Turkey bacon (yes, yes I know, it's not the real stuff)
6. Egg Beaters and/or Egg whites
7. If the local farmers market is open I go there for fresh veg and some organic meats and eggs, sometimes fruit.
8. I keep some frozen veg (mixed, broccoli) on hand
9. Occasionally sweet potatoes
10. My key fresh veg: celery, carrots, spinach, onions, mushrooms.
11. Unsweetened Almond milk
12. Carbsmart yogurt (lower sugars, higher protein, probiotic).
13. Kcup coffee (not every week, probably monthly)
14. Dried goods I keep around: PB2, Protein Powder, 10g protein bars for snacks, raw almonds, lots of spices,

I avoid much cheese or other dairy in the house because I am a dairy freak so I'd over indulge. I have it in the house when I have a specific recipe.
I have bad news for you, based on that shopping list you appear to be a girl or at least suffering from severe testosteron defficiancy
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I have bad news for you, based on that shopping list you appear to be a girl or at least suffering from severe testosteron defficiancy
well that does explain those lumps on my chest. I thought they were tumors. Good news in that at least.
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Ground beef
Steak
Pork loin
Ribs
Chicken tittays
Chicken legs
Roast beef
tilapia
Shredded Moz Cheese
Shredded Cheddar Cheese
taco mix
ketchup
mayo
mustard
Wheat bread (white bread? ick)
pasta
olive oil
sea salt
pepper
garlic powder
garlic salt
Rice Krispies
Corn pops
milk (2%)
oj (pulp free)
fruit punch
water
gatorade
chips
broccoli
lettuce
tomatoes (roma)
potatoes
cucumbers
zucchini
watermelon
canteloupe
strawberries
honeydew melon
feta cheese
ricotta
cottage cheese
sour cream
margarine
taco shells
tunafish
rice
soup
chili mix
flour
eggs
coffee
hamburger buns
corn
eggplant
onions
spag sauce
sausage
bacon
bleu cheese
catfood
bisquik

My grocery list, every two weeks. I can get in and out of the store in 15 minutes. Skills, son.

Dang you eat a lot of meat


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That commercial looks older then 20 years ago, lol. Hebrew National was acquired in 1993 by ConAgra and most Jews don't even eat it because they think it's as close to non-kosher as it gets. 11 people in Minnesota sued them in 2012 for unlawfully tricking people into thinking they are buying kosher meat and being able to charge a premium fee for this alleged fallacy. Seriously, you might as well just buy the cheap hot dogs, they truly are about the same.
1975 apparently, just found it funny that I ran across it today.
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