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Re: omnivores #64550
05/09/02 07:59 PM
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I had cereal with orange juice on it once. I would have used soda but there wasn't any.


Re: omnivores #64551
05/09/02 08:52 PM
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My roommate from France used to have Froot Loops cereal in tea!


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Re: omnivores #64553
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I dunno, Max. I think vegimite and honey has us all beat.

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I taught at a school a few years back that had a high percentage of southeast Asian students--Cambodians, Vietnamese, Laotians...

Many of these children had breakfast at our school where I sometimes helped supervise the cafeteria. I was highly amused to see them pouring cartons of chocolate milk on their Fruit Loops, and then adding sweetened berries or peaches to the whole concoction. Some of these kids would eat that sugary sweet mess all year long--and still had bodies of ecotomorphs.




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One of the cooks I worked with once ate a raw chicken heart on a dare. I've eaten fish eyeballs (cooked), which weren't that bad. It was from a salmon that we had cooked in wine.

While it isn't that outlandish, I am most proud of having first eaten sweetbreads in Japan while I had a raging hangover. And I kept 'em down!




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