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Posted on 10-29-10 11:59:53 PM Link | Quote
Why not just feed it to the ducks?
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Posted on 10-30-10 12:04:44 AM Link | Quote
I haven't seen any ducks around here, actually.

The most common thing is rabbits.
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Posted on 10-30-10 11:00:00 PM Link | Quote
I eat bread as long as there's no mold on it.

The second I see a SPECK of mold, it's thrown out. Sometimes that's even before the expiry date.
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Posted on 10-30-10 11:01:56 PM Link | Quote
I've accidentally eaten mouldy bread before. When I found out that there were tiny specks of green mould, I threw the rest out.

Some bread doesn't even last 2 days outside of the freezer/fridge.
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Posted on 10-30-10 11:26:44 PM Link | Quote
I always check my bread first.

I'm just too nervous about things like that, I guess.
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Posted on 10-31-10 01:07:28 AM Link | Quote
I never really think to look out for mold on bread beyond the obvious "hey this bread is green"... so maybe I've ended up eating moldy bread without knowing, but usually it tends to be fairly visible in my experience
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Posted on 10-31-10 11:55:55 PM Link | Quote
I check around the expiry date. Before that... generally that's being a bit TOO paranoid.
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Posted on 11-01-10 07:11:35 PM Link | Quote
For bread it's a bit hard. See, here they print it on that small piece that keeps the bag closed, and that's easily lost, so...

I eat bread for the first few days (maybe three or four), everything after that is duck food.
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Posted on 11-01-10 08:33:48 PM Link | Quote
Originally posted by Anya
Mushy bread is unless it's...actually, no, mushy bread is no matter what.

Banana bread is mushy...
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Posted on 11-02-10 01:07:25 PM Link | Quote
Originally posted by Bloodstar
Originally posted by THE GREAT SALAMI CAPER
Last night I got a really big cheesesteak and like half of the fillings came out of the bun so after I ate the cheesesteak I put the parts that fell out onto two regular slices of bread and ate the resulting makeshift second cheesesteak.

It turns out that buns are good for cheesesteaks and slices of bread are not.


Did the bread get mushy or something

Soggy with grease and cheese. Not really that appetizing.
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Posted on 11-02-10 02:41:53 PM Link | Quote
Originally posted by THE GREAT SALAMI CAPER
Soggy with grease and cheese. Not really that appetizing.


well at least I'm not hungry anymore
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Posted on 11-02-10 08:12:44 PM Link | Quote
I hope I haven't diminished your opinion of cheesesteaks
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Posted on 11-02-10 09:06:15 PM Link | Quote
My mom is sending me some pumpkin bread

Has anyone else had it? My mom tends to make it in the fall.
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Posted on 11-02-10 09:18:33 PM Link | Quote
Originally posted by THE GREAT SALAMI CAPER
I hope I haven't diminished your opinion of cheesesteaks


I didn't have a high one to begin with cheese isn't my favorite food in the world
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Posted on 11-02-10 11:46:36 PM Link | Quote
Originally posted by Bloodstar
Originally posted by THE GREAT SALAMI CAPER
I hope I haven't diminished your opinion of cheesesteaks


I didn't have a high one to begin with cheese isn't my favorite food in the world

THESE. WORDS. ARE. BLASPHEMY!

Well, you know, maybe not blasphemy... but cheese is delicious
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Posted on 11-03-10 01:09:47 AM Link | Quote
When it's thinly shredded cheddar or mozzarella on pizzas (with pepperoni) it's good stuff, definitely... but otherwise I can't get it down.
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Posted on 11-03-10 01:39:50 AM Link | Quote
Come now. Cheese and crackers is always a great, easy to make snack.

I prefer cheddar and marble myself.
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Posted on 11-03-10 11:43:57 PM (last edited by Imajin at 11-03-10 11:44 PM) Link | Quote
Originally posted by Colin
Come now. Cheese and crackers is always a great, easy to make snack.

I prefer cheddar and marble myself.

I'm not that picky about cheese... except I'm allergic to blue (or is it bleu?) cheese. (or maybe not allergic, it's more a "we're not sure, but we'd rather you don't test it" sort of thing)

But yes, cheese and crackers is great... a problem is, of course, the same issue that was brought up regarding bread
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Posted on 11-03-10 11:55:37 PM Link | Quote
Originally posted by Colin
Come now. Cheese and crackers is always a great, easy to make snack.

I prefer cheddar and marble myself.


Even those slices of cheese are too thick for me.

It just feels disgusting when I bite into a large chunk of it. I don't even know why.
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Posted on 11-04-10 01:41:19 AM Link | Quote
Solution: Have the cheese with melba toast. Very good.

Bloodstar: Erm... cut thin slices?
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