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Date: 2003-08-14 16:43
Subject: Tried a McVeggie Today
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Wasn't to bad actually. Almost tastes like meat. But then I've never had problems with soy things anyway. So maybe I will have more of them since supposedly they are better for you then red patties, I haven't checked the nutritional stats on them only real difference probably is they don't have saturated fat like red meat.
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Jennifer: moooooo
User: jennfurr
Date: 2003-08-14 18:17 (UTC)
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i thought they were naaaaaasty. that fake smoke flavor just turned me off.
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Pain heals. Chicks dig scars. Glory. Lasts forever
User: dangarion
Date: 2003-08-14 18:23 (UTC)
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True the smoked flavor I could live without. But it wasn't really nasty. Just... different. *shrugs*
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Kacy
User: kacydia
Date: 2003-08-14 23:43 (UTC)
Subject: If you shop at Costco...
Try the garlic portabello mushroom burgers....
Amazing! Tastes just like a hamburger, and only like 120 - 150 calories a piece, about half of what a burger is! i cook them in the George Foreman grill...mmmm...

Also if you go to trader joes, try the trader joes corn dogs. They are meatless, and I swear to god they taste just like the real things! 150 calories a piece...you can two of them for the same calories as one from weinerschnitzel! I am the queen of calorie cutting...there are ways around everything! Sad huh? ;-)
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Pain heals. Chicks dig scars. Glory. Lasts forever
User: dangarion
Date: 2003-08-14 23:49 (UTC)
Subject: Re: If you shop at Costco...
Hehe, thanks for the advice Kacy, I will have to check both of them out. I wasn't sure about those portabello mushroom burgers I thought they were like a slice of a big mushroom :)
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