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    If you hike the AT you might even eat a whole jar of peanut butter in a day. I ate a whole pint of ice cream a couple of times. For dessert. You know, after my grand slam breakfast because I was still so hungry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbhikes View Post
    If you hike the AT you might even eat a whole jar of peanut butter in a day. I ate a whole pint of ice cream a couple of times. For dessert. You know, after my grand slam breakfast because I was still so hungry.
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    How about a tin of sweetened condensed milk.

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    Bread and butter with sugar or sweetened condensed milk on top.

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    Spaghetti sandwiches on white bread spread with margarine. Damn, those things were squishy good.

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    HA! my mom and i used to eat spaghetti sandwiches. italian bread, though and no anything else.

    i also have had ravioli-topped pizza.

    also had a soy-cheese period in my life of low-fatitude. ugh. it wouldn't even really melt.
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    That vegan that I picked up last night. Oh!
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    Pizza with Hellman's mayonnaise on the crust and some kind of pasta piled on top. Pretty much a gluten/transfat frenzy.
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    Captain Crunch....like everyday. And this cake my mom makes....chocolate cake with a can of sweetened condensed milk drizzled over top, covered in hot fudge with whipped cream icing. Basically a mouth orgy

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    There's a version of tres leches cake that my neighbors made when I was a kid. Standard tres leches cakes with condensed milk caramel soaked into it as well, slathered with crisco/ whipped cream frosting and topped with maraschino cherries and their juice. Damn tasty and all kinds of not good for you.
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