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To: Shoot1st who wrote (63479)9/26/2002 10:22:43 AM
From: Lost1
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if I want peanuts I'll buy roasted, salted, in the shell peanuts

I'M MAD AS HELL AND I'M NOT GONNA TAKE IT ANYMORE!!

<g>

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To: Lost1 who wrote (63480)9/26/2002 10:26:59 AM
From: Shoot1st
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In the shell.

Wow!....you must have a huge amount of energy left over at the end of the day.....

I think if I had to shell my nuts...I'd go back to chips.

I'm just not in the right physical condition any more to be shelling peanuts.

also, you really should do something about your anger.

I wonder if working so hard for peanuts is not stressing you out.

Shootie

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To: Shoot1st who wrote (63481)9/26/2002 10:35:59 AM
From: mph
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you're evidently buying the wrong kind.
They're not hard to remove from the
shell and definitely save you from
yourself by preventing overeating.<g>

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To: mph who wrote (63482)9/26/2002 10:37:27 AM
From: Original Mad Dog
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preventing overeating

I am afraid I don't understand that phrase....especially when it is applied to peanuts in the shell.

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To: mph who wrote (63482)9/26/2002 10:39:09 AM
From: Shoot1st
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Yeah!...what OMD said.

that's right.

SHootie

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To: Original Mad Dog who wrote (63483)9/26/2002 10:48:33 AM
From: mph
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The disassembly required to extract the peanuts
from the shell slows down the eating process
so that the brain catches up with the stomach
in time.

In other words, you can't gorge yourself with
handfuls of peanuts so fast.<g>

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To: mph who wrote (63485)9/26/2002 10:51:26 AM
From: Original Mad Dog
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I have gone into many a baseball game, bought the humongous bag of peanuts that the vendors outside the ballpark sell for a couple of dollars, and spent the entire game (or doubleheader) eating peanuts, so many that it became difficult to stand for the seventh inning stretch.

Thank god peanuts are a vegetable or plant product or some such thing. <g>

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To: Original Mad Dog who wrote (63486)9/26/2002 10:55:56 AM
From: mph
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<<Here are some "approximate" calorie values for one ounce of a food

Bread, (oatmeal or seven grain, 1 slice) 90 calories
dried apricots 80 calories
M&Ms 142 calories Minute Rice 110 calories
Hard Candy 110 calories Spaghetti noodles 110 calories
Cashews 163 calories Kraft Parmesian 110 calories
Cheddar Cheese 114 calories Olive Oil 240 calories
Swiss Cheese 105 calories Peanuts 160 calories
Cheese Whiz 80 calories Peanut Butter 2 tbsp 188 calories
Matzo crackers 110 calories Jam, 2 teaspoons 34 calories
Rye Crisp 90 calories Textured Veg Protein 105 calories
Macademia nuts 199 calories Dehydrate lentil soup 95 calories
Mixed nuts,dry 169 calories Granola 130 calories
Mixed Nuts, oil 175 calories Shredded coconut 164 calories
Raisins 85 calories Oatmeal, instant 108 calories
Hard salami, 3 slice100 calories Raisins 85 calories
Walnuts, shelled 182 calories Candy Corn 110 calories


_______________________________

Now do the math as to how many MORE peanuts
you would have consumed had they been
unshelled. The number is staggering.<g>

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To: mph who wrote (63487)9/26/2002 11:00:45 AM
From: Original Mad Dog
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I have a question.

Why do those charts always talk about an ounce of food?

Who eats an ounce of anything?

The listings should be in one pound and five pound increments.

For example:

Peanuts

One lb. 2,560 calories
5 lbs. 12,800 calories

M&M's

One lb. 2,272 calories
5 lbs. 11,360 calories

That would be more directly useful to everyday living, if you ask me.

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To: Original Mad Dog who wrote (63488)9/26/2002 11:05:13 AM
From: mph
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You're absolutely correct.

I can understand why serving sizes
are so small on pre-packaged food
(since they don't want to scare the
consumer as to how fattening the
food really is when eaten in normal
proportions.)

However, calorie charts are designed
for the opposite purpose---to scare you
into NOT eating so much.

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