January 23, 2015

To her friend...


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  1. Same applies to people who eat Oreos without the cream filling. Masochists, they are.

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    1. Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Where can I find Oreos without the whipped lard crap in the middle?!?!?

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    2. For those of us old enough to remember this would be more like the people who preferred Hydrox to Oreo.

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    3. Nabisco makes a baked oreo crisp without the lard crap, which comes in a six-pack (I think) of individual 100-calorie packages. It is the only kind I buy. Granted, the crisp is a little crispier than regular oreos, but if you let it melt in your mouth, it tastes exactly like the regular kind, without the garbage middle.

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    4. They also make "Famous Wafers," which are larger versions of the cookie part of Oreos. They come in 9 oz. boxes that cost more than 14 oz. packages of Oreos. Because of this, I assume that the lard crap costs negative money somehow.

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    5. I suspect the lard crap (good terminology there) weighs more ("is denser") and costs less than the actual cookie.

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    6. I've heard that some company is making Hydrox again. I miss Hydrox. It's the original. Oreo is the imitation. But Oreos aren't the same any more. The extra lardy goodness is thanks to companies like Keebler that put out chemically enhanced crap at half the cost forcing the competition to do the same.

      Maybe someday we'll have the equivalent of Mexican Coca Cola. Coca Cola made with real cane sugar, not high fructose corn sweetener or even beet sugar. BTW if you buy a Coke in Mexico, it's high fructose corn sweetener. Ones made with sugar are exported to U.S.

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  2. I'm afraid I no longer wish to visit your shop. You'll let just about anyone in.

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  3. Yeah, I'm kind of with her on this.

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  4. I kinda feel like this is on the same level as people who go into an ice cream store with a million flavors and only go for vanilla. The monsters.

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    1. But if it is really good quality vanilla, including vanilla bean flakes, it actually can be even better than a poor quality chocolate!

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    2. If they can't make a good vanilla, I'm not going to waste my time trying anything else; it will also be crap. Same with pizza. If the crust sucks, I don't care what they put on it. The same goes for sandwich shops and bread.

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  5. The lard stuff is a byproduct of their packaging equipment. It's cheaper to whip it, process it, and feed it to us than to pay to dispose of it

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  6. The ones without frosting aren't very good. IMHO.

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