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    • Originally posted by Blacksmith View Post
      Deer nuts are cheap. You get 2 and they are under a buck.

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      • Never tried buck balls. Anybody have?

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        • Originally posted by Stacy15 View Post
          Never tried buck balls. Anybody have?
          This seems like a gimme. How often are they wasted?

          I went home with a nice boy in college in the Midwest and his mom made bull balls. They were delish! Like a veal cutlet. But so many people not from a farm are super freaked about testicles.
          50yo, 5'3"
          SW-195
          CW-125, part calorie counting, part transition to primal
          GW- Goals are no longer weight-related

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          • Conversation with my sister
            Me: we are going to have peaches & cream for desert.
            Sis: or you could make it without cream & be healthy
            Me: it's still healthy with cream
            She gave me the your an idiot but I'm not gonna argue look. :/

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            • Just an excerpt from WebMD on "frighteningly fatty" fair foods

              Here are more frightening nutritional figures, from the Calorie King web site, about fat and calories in food at the fair or festival:
              Fried Snickers (5 oz.): 444 calories and 29 grams (g) fat
              Fried Twinkie (2 oz.): 420 calories/34 g fat
              Funnel cake (1): 760 calories/44 g fat
              Twinkie Dog Sundae: 500 calories/14 g fat
              Cotton candy: 171 calories/0 fat
              Fried cheesecake (6 oz.): 655 calories/47 g fat
              Foot-long hot dog and bun: 470 calories/26 g fat
              Giant turkey leg: 1,136 calories/54 g fat
              Hmm... One of these things is not like the others... No mention of how the high protein and fats (even though it's pretty lean) in the turkey will satisfy me long after the sugar crash from the battered, fried in processed oil, and sugary candies and cakes. Instead, it was followed by this little gem. "You can find healthier choices on the menus at the state fair. Cotton candy, also knows as spun sugar, is among the least offensive foods at the fair."

              Ow, my blood sugar. And my face.

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              • Originally posted by RittenRemedy View Post
                "You can find healthier choices on the menus at the state fair. Cotton candy, also knows as spun sugar, is among the least offensive foods at the fair."
                I have to agree with that statement, though I'd totally go for the (least colorful looking) cotton candy at the fair, YuM!

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                • Originally posted by Graycat View Post
                  I have to agree with that statement, though I'd totally go for the (least colorful looking) cotton candy at the fair, YuM!
                  I have occasionally been known to down a WHOLE lemon shake up :P

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                  • Originally posted by RittenRemedy View Post
                    Just an excerpt from WebMD on "frighteningly fatty" fair foods



                    Hmm... One of these things is not like the others... No mention of how the high protein and fats (even though it's pretty lean) in the turkey will satisfy me long after the sugar crash from the battered, fried in processed oil, and sugary candies and cakes. Instead, it was followed by this little gem. "You can find healthier choices on the menus at the state fair. Cotton candy, also knows as spun sugar, is among the least offensive foods at the fair."

                    Ow, my blood sugar. And my face.
                    But spun sugar is low fat!

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                    • If you guys are eating cotton candy, I'll have your turkey legs.

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                      • Turkey Leg FTW.

                        To the Haters, if they try to proselytize to me at the fair: "If I can't go for the leg, I'm liable to go for your throat..."
                        Eat like a Beast, feel like a Beast!
                        Eat from a huge bag of processed junk... Well... You know.

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                        • Originally posted by RittenRemedy View Post
                          Just an excerpt from WebMD on "frighteningly fatty" fair foods



                          Hmm... One of these things is not like the others... No mention of how the high protein and fats (even though it's pretty lean) in the turkey will satisfy me long after the sugar crash from the battered, fried in processed oil, and sugary candies and cakes. Instead, it was followed by this little gem. "You can find healthier choices on the menus at the state fair. Cotton candy, also knows as spun sugar, is among the least offensive foods at the fair."

                          Ow, my blood sugar. And my face.
                          You have giant turkey legs at your state fair? Damnit! If the Stampede had something like that, or even beef on a stick, I'd be a happy girl. I had to settle for a corndog last time.
                          Out of context quote for the day:

                          Clearly Gorbag is so awesome he should be cloned, reproducing in the normal manner would only dilute his awesomeness. - Urban Forager

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                          • Come to Utah. We have bison burgers at our fairs.

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                            • Here are more frightening nutritional figures, from the Calorie King web site, about fat and calories in food at the fair or festival:
                              Fried Snickers (5 oz.): 444 calories and 29 grams (g) fat
                              Fried Twinkie (2 oz.): 420 calories/34 g fat
                              Funnel cake (1): 760 calories/44 g fat
                              Twinkie Dog Sundae: 500 calories/14 g fat
                              Cotton candy: 171 calories/0 fat
                              Fried cheesecake (6 oz.): 655 calories/47 g fat
                              Foot-long hot dog and bun: 470 calories/26 g fat
                              Giant turkey leg: 1,136 calories/54 g fat
                              I'm only eating that turkey leg if it was fried in lard.

                              That said, if someone actually convinced me to go to a venue with that many rowdy children present, I'd have to try the fried cheesecake and snickers because 1) I've never tried them, and 2) it would put me in a coma for the rest of the day. Freak of nature that I am, I don't like cotton candy.

                              Better still, I'm headed north for the bison burgers.
                              "Right is right, even if no one is doing it; wrong is wrong, even if everyone is doing it." - St. Augustine

                              B*tch-lite

                              Who says back fat is a bad thing? Maybe on a hairy guy at the beach, but not on a crab.

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                              • The PB Fair has fajitas, steak on a stake, turkey legs, and a few other meat/ veggie meals. I love it.
                                Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, steak in one hand, chocolate in the other, yelling "Holy F***, What a Ride!"
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