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Message 1317428 - Posted: 20 Dec 2012, 1:16:56 UTC - in response to Message 1317423.

Hehehe. As a kid my mum used to put raisins into salads bowls, and me and my brother used to call them rabbit droppings!

Peanut butter is going the same way as crisps (potato chips). Now you get smooth, crunchy, semi crunchy, and all flavours under the sun. Its getting as hard to find ordinary plain peanut butter as ordinary plain crisps. As Uli knows ;-)


I like chips but can't eat them anymore, I can't have salt at all with this Med. problem.


I practically never put salt in my food, too unhealthy...

Only with eggs here, there should be enough salt in most foods already and that includes peanut butter.

A certain amount of salt is required in the diet. However, the amount of salt in processed foods is vastly greater than the amount required.

Yep, no doubt about that, that's probably cause the ant-acid people want to sell more pills, maybe...
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Message 1317499 - Posted: 20 Dec 2012, 7:02:48 UTC - in response to Message 1317428.

Hehehe. As a kid my mum used to put raisins into salads bowls, and me and my brother used to call them rabbit droppings!
Peanut butter is going the same way as crisps (potato chips). Now you get smooth, crunchy, semi crunchy, and all flavours under the sun. Its getting as hard to find ordinary plain peanut butter as ordinary plain crisps. As Uli knows ;-)

I like chips but can't eat them anymore, I can't have salt at all with this Med. problem.

I practically never put salt in my food, too unhealthy...

Only with eggs here, there should be enough salt in most foods already and that includes peanut butter.

A certain amount of salt is required in the diet. However, the amount of salt in processed foods is vastly greater than the amount required.

Yep, no doubt about that, that's probably cause the ant-acid people want to sell more pills, maybe...

Salt makes you thirsty. That's why bars put out bowls of pretzels, popcorn, salted nuts, chips. Sell more drinks that way.
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Message 1317593 - Posted: 20 Dec 2012, 13:43:04 UTC

Salt makes you thirsty. That's why bars put out bowls of pretzels, popcorn, salted nuts, chips. Sell more drinks that way.

Spot on! Most British pubs put that sort of stuff out on a Sunday lunchtime for the very reasons you just said.

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Message 1317643 - Posted: 20 Dec 2012, 16:32:12 UTC

Good to be back, One long day in the hospital.
Your right on the salt, I'm living proof of over use and now I'm paying for it.

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Message 1317647 - Posted: 20 Dec 2012, 16:42:16 UTC

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Message 1317665 - Posted: 20 Dec 2012, 17:23:32 UTC - in response to Message 1317280.

Hehehe. As a kid my mum used to put raisins into salads bowls, and me and my brother used to call them rabbit droppings!

Peanut butter is going the same way as crisps (potato chips). Now you get smooth, crunchy, semi crunchy, and all flavours under the sun. Its getting as hard to find ordinary plain peanut butter as ordinary plain crisps. As Uli knows ;-)

I like chips but can't eat them anymore, I can't have salt at all with this Med. problem.

I practically never put salt in my food, too unhealthy...

After years of adding no salt at all (or very little, if absolutely necessary for chemical purposes in a recipe) due to my mother's medical condition, I'm starting to add a little bit when I think the food needs it. But I still brush it off of my french fries.

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Message 1317672 - Posted: 20 Dec 2012, 17:35:26 UTC - in response to Message 1317665.

Hehehe. As a kid my mum used to put raisins into salads bowls, and me and my brother used to call them rabbit droppings!

Peanut butter is going the same way as crisps (potato chips). Now you get smooth, crunchy, semi crunchy, and all flavours under the sun. Its getting as hard to find ordinary plain peanut butter as ordinary plain crisps. As Uli knows ;-)

I like chips but can't eat them anymore, I can't have salt at all with this Med. problem.

I practically never put salt in my food, too unhealthy...

After years of adding no salt at all (or very little, if absolutely necessary for chemical purposes in a recipe) due to my mother's medical condition, I'm starting to add a little bit when I think the food needs it. But I still brush it off of my french fries.

I bake My fries and I don't add salt, ketchup when I have it, but not salt.
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Message 1317697 - Posted: 20 Dec 2012, 17:56:45 UTC - in response to Message 1317665.

But I still brush it off of my french fries.

Forgot to add, I rarely have fries. Trying to avoid or alleviate medical conditions of my own. Anyway, I'm not all that fond of them. They are a form of useless calories that I can live without. (Chocolate cake, otoh...) (Or doesn't chocolate cake count as useless?)

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Message 1317699 - Posted: 20 Dec 2012, 18:00:12 UTC - in response to Message 1317697.

But I still brush it off of my french fries.

Forgot to add, I rarely have fries. Trying to avoid or alleviate medical conditions of my own. Anyway, I'm not all that fond of them. They are a form of useless calories that I can live without. (Chocolate cake, otoh...) (Or doesn't chocolate cake count as useless?)

I have fries once a day with 4 fish sticks, as to Chocolate cake, I prefer mine be German Chocolate...
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Message 1317750 - Posted: 20 Dec 2012, 19:12:44 UTC - in response to Message 1317329.

Hehehe. As a kid my mum used to put raisins into salads bowls, and me and my brother used to call them rabbit droppings!

Peanut butter is going the same way as crisps (potato chips). Now you get smooth, crunchy, semi crunchy, and all flavours under the sun. Its getting as hard to find ordinary plain peanut butter as ordinary plain crisps. As Uli knows ;-)


I like chips but can't eat them anymore, I can't have salt at all with this Med. problem.


I practically never put salt in my food, too unhealthy...

Only with eggs here, there should be enough salt in most foods already and that includes peanut butter.


True. Although I tend to put salt on my fries, occasionally.

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Message 1317753 - Posted: 20 Dec 2012, 19:15:05 UTC - in response to Message 1317750.

Hehehe. As a kid my mum used to put raisins into salads bowls, and me and my brother used to call them rabbit droppings!

Peanut butter is going the same way as crisps (potato chips). Now you get smooth, crunchy, semi crunchy, and all flavours under the sun. Its getting as hard to find ordinary plain peanut butter as ordinary plain crisps. As Uli knows ;-)


I like chips but can't eat them anymore, I can't have salt at all with this Med. problem.


I practically never put salt in my food, too unhealthy...

Only with eggs here, there should be enough salt in most foods already and that includes peanut butter.


True. Although I tend to put salt on my fries, occasionally.

I like My fries with ketchup Myself, when I have some ketchup, otherwise plain will do.
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Message 1317754 - Posted: 20 Dec 2012, 19:17:13 UTC - in response to Message 1317753.

Hehehe. As a kid my mum used to put raisins into salads bowls, and me and my brother used to call them rabbit droppings!

Peanut butter is going the same way as crisps (potato chips). Now you get smooth, crunchy, semi crunchy, and all flavours under the sun. Its getting as hard to find ordinary plain peanut butter as ordinary plain crisps. As Uli knows ;-)


I like chips but can't eat them anymore, I can't have salt at all with this Med. problem.


I practically never put salt in my food, too unhealthy...

Only with eggs here, there should be enough salt in most foods already and that includes peanut butter.


True. Although I tend to put salt on my fries, occasionally.

I like My fries with ketchup Myself, when I have some ketchup, otherwise plain will do.



Always with mayonnaise, curry ketchup and onions over here. We call it 'a friet special'
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Message 1317764 - Posted: 20 Dec 2012, 19:35:29 UTC

That's a new one on me ...

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Message 1317766 - Posted: 20 Dec 2012, 19:40:39 UTC - in response to Message 1317754.
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Hehehe. As a kid my mum used to put raisins into salads bowls, and me and my brother used to call them rabbit droppings!

Peanut butter is going the same way as crisps (potato chips). Now you get smooth, crunchy, semi crunchy, and all flavours under the sun. Its getting as hard to find ordinary plain peanut butter as ordinary plain crisps. As Uli knows ;-)


I like chips but can't eat them anymore, I can't have salt at all with this Med. problem.


I practically never put salt in my food, too unhealthy...

Only with eggs here, there should be enough salt in most foods already and that includes peanut butter.


True. Although I tend to put salt on my fries, occasionally.



I like My fries with ketchup Myself, when I have some ketchup, otherwise plain will do.



Always with mayonnaise, curry ketchup and onions over here. We call it 'a friet special'


Oh yes, if I no Mayo shoot me with eating chips(not salted). :) Of course everyone Is different but me? toasted and can't eat any high levels of salt. But I'm one of those that can't. Soooooo I have to stick by the rules. thank goodness for Peanut butter for a bail out.

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Message 1317796 - Posted: 20 Dec 2012, 20:14:16 UTC - in response to Message 1317764.

That's a new one on me ...



It's something typical Belgian, I guess...
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Message 1317817 - Posted: 20 Dec 2012, 21:02:49 UTC - in response to Message 1317796.
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That's a new one on me ...



It's something typical Belgian, I guess...


More so on french fries that anything Julie, that's the way I have FF most of the time but of course with a beer too. LOL

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Message 1317823 - Posted: 20 Dec 2012, 21:19:52 UTC

Chilli cheese fries from Nathans Coney Island


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Message 1317953 - Posted: 21 Dec 2012, 3:07:14 UTC - in response to Message 1317823.
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I am glad to have been introduced to fritessaus on my fries. Regular or curry.


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Message 1317972 - Posted: 21 Dec 2012, 4:09:20 UTC - in response to Message 1317823.

Chilli cheese fries from Nathans Coney Island


That can be had at DelTaco and with sour cream too...

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Message 1317996 - Posted: 21 Dec 2012, 5:52:24 UTC - in response to Message 1317972.
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Chilli cheese fries from Nathans Coney Island


That can be had at DelTaco and with sour cream too...



Chile Mac is a quick old meal, My kids loved it a lot. When I made it they had it in about 15 minutes :)

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