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    cheesits
    watch out for snakes

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    Popcorn, bugles, Doritos, potato chips, jerky, cheese doodles…
    I’m guilty of munching on them all. It’s a miracle that I don’t weigh 200+ pounds
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    Quote Originally Posted by east or bust View Post
    box and mac mixed with can of chili

    /endthread
    You saying Mac n cheese w/ chili? Itís a great way to go when fridge stock is low.
    Those TJ peanut butter pretzels up thread have ahold over me..

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    Quote Originally Posted by schindlerpiste View Post
    Popcorn, bugles, Doritos, potato chips, jerky, cheese doodlesÖ
    Iím guilty of munching on them all. Itís a miracle that I donít weigh 200+ pounds
    Hey...donít make fun of Iceman
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    I forgot to check for the stuffing flavored chips at TJs this year. Were they back? Is it too late?

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    Trader Joe's blister peanuts.
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    If I lived in WA, Oft would be my realtor. Seriously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BmillsSkier View Post
    That there is strong as new rope.
    You are are an inspiration and making hearts beat faster across the country.

    And btw to everyone else, Cheezits are the Soul 7s of snack items, please GTFO with that cheesy-paste shit.

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    Not huge on the Cheezits. There I said it.

    I do eat about one bag a year of cheese puffs (Cheetos or Jax, usually) and regret it even while doing it. Hell I regret it before I start.

    But they goood.

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    After I Decide What Pot to Buy, What Salty Snacks Should I Purchase?

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    Címon now:

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    In Perķ those are Chicharrones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    Not huge on the Cheezits. There I said it.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    Not huge on the Cheezits. There I said it.
    Meh... even squirrels won't eat them. Friend of mine tossed some to a squirrel outside his window. Squirrel picked it up, took one bite and threw it down. LOL!
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    That squirrel is off drugs.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    solidly with ice on cheezits. They'll do in a pinch, but but that's about ti.
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    Speaking of Cheez-its, anyone like these?
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    I can't figure out if I like them or not so I end up eating the whole box to evaluate. They're kinda odd as they have cayenne pepper in them but it's like each cracker has a different amount of cheese, salt, and pepper so you're not sure from one cracker to the next what the deal is.
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    I'm surprised that a man such as yourself would eat a food with "common" in the name, tbh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberridge View Post
    Speaking of Cheez-its, anyone like these?
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    I can't figure out if I like them or not so I end up eating the whole box to evaluate. They're kinda odd as they have cayenne pepper in them but it's like each cracker has a different amount of cheese, salt, and pepper so you're not sure from one cracker to the next what the deal is.
    Solid work, need another box to evaluate me thinks.
    watch out for snakes

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    What do those three dudes on the side have to say about it?
    I still call it The Jake.

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    I had to give up Cheezits when they released the Extra Toasted variety, because that whole box was going to get eaten in a single serving even if dinner is already in the oven. Wish they sold them in a smaller box. One of my favorite snacks, but strictly off limits for my own good, kind of like potato chips and Juanitas tortilla chips.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    I'm surprised that a man such as yourself would eat a food with "common" in the name, tbh.
    Ice, I would never consider serving such a rustic cracker to guests. Instead I would serve biscuits (as they are properly called) from a bespoke purveyor such as Fortnum and Mason, etc..

    Quote Originally Posted by BmillsSkier View Post
    What do those three dudes on the side have to say about it?
    Bmills, I don't have a box at hand to convey their story. If I had to guess, they may be principals in the company who no doubt have a commitment to utilizing time honored methods and locally sourced ingredients to create this cracker.
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    I wonder if time honored tradition includes inconsistencies from cracker to cracker in the same box.

    Vermont Common indeed.
    I still call it The Jake.

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