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December 08, 2003

Into the Abyss

Otherwise known as Super Wal-Mart. But it's the only place I can get everything on my list:

shredded carrots
Canadian bacon
turkey pepperoni
Healthy Choice dinners
wheat bread
Crest Whitestrips - 7-day type
blue cheese
             Smuckers natural peanut butter
Ziplocs - Holiday version
wreath holder for door
cat food
Crest cinnamon toothpaste
chicken broth
cottage cheese

In other news, my Celtic knot bra is fitting so much better these days.

Posted by Julie on December 8, 2003 03:48 PM to the category Food

I'm not sure if this would work for you, but I tried Reduced-Fat Jif over the holiday (thanks to my health-conscious sister). It was surprisingly tasty...but has quite an increased "adhesive" factor compared to regular. I'm making that switch this week. Not sure if limiting sugar or fat was the reason for your Smuckers Natural choice.

Posted by: Cops at December 8, 2003 05:09 PM

We canadians refer to it as back bacon. It's not authentic if it doesn't have the corn meal on the sides.

Posted by: Mike at December 8, 2003 05:54 PM

Yay, pants!

And natural peanut butter is grody.

Posted by: Teem at December 8, 2003 06:13 PM

Peanut butter in general is grody.

Meanwhile, I just finished a nice big batch of Bruchetta. *offers taste tests* Bet that isn't to healthy, what with the cup of olive oil. Or is that considered healthy these days?

Posted by: Tsy at December 8, 2003 08:28 PM

The natural peanut butter is to avoid the trans-fats in regular processed PB. Natural tastes a lot different, but I'm used to it now. Much like how I got used to fat-free hot dogs.

Posted by: Julie at December 8, 2003 08:31 PM

Regular and reduced fat peanut butter have the same WW value, if I recall correctly, so you might as well go for the regular if you prefer the taste.

Posted by: rappy at December 8, 2003 09:24 PM

Mmmmmm...peanut butter. A spoonfull of peanut butter washed down with a swig of coffee and I'm good to go.

Posted by: TVJunkie at December 9, 2003 04:31 PM

Hello and congratulations! notem671

Posted by: caryl at February 6, 2007 12:51 PM
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