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JasseJackson

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I think it's Smoothie now) https://greenann.com/recipe/strawberry-oat-smoothie/
Really Modern Food!)
Healthy and tasty)

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tdiller wrote:

Eating out while traveling is one of those things that can be dangerous. I know of several road warriors who have gotten food poisoning. So I make it a rule to stick with the chains unless some local person has made a reccomendations .

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My problem is getting the same quality TWICE in a row. One the the food will be great, next time the same order sucks.


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I believe the poor food is also a product of speed production to both satisfy impatient customers and to turn the tables over faster. Too much frozen food and microwaves. I remember going out used to be an event that was an hour or more. Now it is serve in 10 minutes and gone in 20. Maybe 30 max.


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Thunder Mountain wrote:

Unless you pay high dollars for a meal, everything just comes off the same Sysco truck everywhere you go. Even at high end restaurants much of the food comes from the same purveyors. It is just the way the chefs prepare it. We don't eat out much because of this. We have few favorites. None of them are chains. Many are mom and pop Mexican/Southwestern. One of our favorite places is Southern Vittles in Lake City Colorado. Home style comfort food. This summer the local campground owner told us about a place in Dubois, WY that was over the top including homemade pies.


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If the food is so poor, how do we explain our fat asses?

I think most of you just resent having to pay for restaurants.


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bpounds wrote:

If the food is so poor, how do we explain our fat asses?

I think most of you just resent having to pay for restaurants.



grease, growth hormone and engineered food.





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bigred1cav wrote:

bpounds wrote:

If the food is so poor, how do we explain our fat asses?

I think most of you just resent having to pay for restaurants.



grease, growth hormone and engineered food.
And the biggie: laziness and sloth.


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fj12ryder wrote:

bigred1cav wrote:

bpounds wrote:

If the food is so poor, how do we explain our fat asses?

I think most of you just resent having to pay for restaurants.



grease, growth hormone and engineered food.
And the biggie: laziness and sloth.


Ice cream.


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jplante4 wrote:

fj12ryder wrote:

bigred1cav wrote:

bpounds wrote:

If the food is so poor, how do we explain our fat asses?

I think most of you just resent having to pay for restaurants.



grease, growth hormone and engineered food.
And the biggie: laziness and sloth.


Ice cream.

and pie. don't forget the pie. gotta have pie.


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