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Old 18-07-2013, 10:07   #196
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Cool! I learned something today, thanks! I still don't trust stuff that is supposed to be food and it doesn't rot.
well thats 99% of US supermarkets out then , never seen elsewhere, food last so long from them

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Old 18-07-2013, 10:31   #197
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My record with US bread is 15 days without a trace of mould. That was Roman Meal.
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Old 18-07-2013, 11:20   #198
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My record with US bread is 15 days without a trace of mould. That was Roman Meal.
it was 9 days, but took a few more till you could see it
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Don't forget the "Forever Twinkie". I don't think one of them has ever rotted.
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Krogen, please don't send me any more email. i'll delete it, too. Let's keep it ON the board. It really should be OK if we don't agree on diet.
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Old 18-07-2013, 19:49   #201
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Don't forget the "Forever Twinkie". I don't think one of them has ever rotted.
As a fan of Twinkies, I was excited to see they have returned. I have always joked that when I die I would not need to be enbalmed (sp?) because of my Twinkie consumption. I was shocked to read the other day that the original Twinkie had a 3 day shelf life and then were taken to the Hostess 'outlet' to be sold as old/out of date. The new version of the Twinkie has a 45 day shelf life (because that is what the competition has). Unfortunately this change (based on the reporters opinion) has made the sponge cake of the new Twinkie much drier than the original Twinkie.
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Dang. You just can't go home again!
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I remember my dad who tried a south beach pritikin kinda diet saying" kid I'm not sure ill live any longer but it sure will seem like it"
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Dang. You just can't go home again!
Sad but true.
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Sad but true.
I'm just kind of surprised. I tried a Twinkie once. Didn't like it, never ate another one ... but those who love 'em don't want 'em messed with.

They weren't gone that long -- to change the recipe, I think it was a mistake. But it's all academic to me. It was the filling didn't like, not the sponge cake. For me if you're going to stuff a cake, do it with cream patisserie!
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SmartMove,

just curious... do you also like Miracle Whip?
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my childhood was dominated by Chef Salad Cream, Its survived the Blitz

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Heinz Salad Cream was always used in my house and still is.

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Heinz Salad Cream was always used in my house and still is. Coops.
I'm guessing no refrigeration is required as there's no actual food in it.
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Heinz salad creme can also double as tarter sauce for fish, I know there is no tarter in it, it just tastes good with fish.
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