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    Yeah, it was bags. When my mom talked to him yesterday - she kept mentioning "diet and exercise." That's a bit of a funny moment, that she didn't even know she was regurgitating CW wisdom.

    I was flipping out quietly next to her, and she did a head slap 'cause she noticed what she was saying. She did get a mention of eating paleo (even though she meant PB) and our results, before anyone had come to talk to him about nutrition. Which is good, at least there's a foot in the door now. If things turn out well for him and he doesn't fight it, there's def going to be a major success story in the future for him and his family.

    Or he'll go home and have diabetes and start regulating his BG with insulin. Who knows.
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    I was telling a friend today that I would be grilling my first grass-fed steak tonight, and observing how great that natural meat would taste. The response was, "Marinate it in Wishbone Italian dressing first, and it will taste even better." Arrrrgggghhhh

    btw, I did manage to grill the steak between rain showers and it was superb. And no, I didn't include the dressing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike in Virginia View Post
    I was telling a friend today that I would be grilling my first grass-fed steak tonight, and observing how great that natural meat would taste. The response was, "Marinate it in Wishbone Italian dressing first, and it will taste even better." Arrrrgggghhhh

    btw, I did manage to grill the steak between rain showers and it was superb. And no, I didn't include the dressing.
    I die a little bit inside every time someone tells me to marinade meat in italian dressing

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    Quote Originally Posted by jspradley View Post
    marinade meat in italian dressing
    This is a thing, now? WTF...

    I guess maybe if it were sub-quality meat and REAL italian dressing -- you know, oil, vinegar, and spices... then it could work. But vinegar?

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    jange Maybe it's called Funny CW Moments because you have to laugh to keep from crying.

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    i think it's advertised right on the bottle.

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    has been for 40 some odd years.

    People are lazy and refuse to simply crush some garlic and salt and pepper together with some lemon zest and put that in a pat of butter on top of their steaks.... hmmm i will be back in a minute...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenny View Post
    This is a thing, now? WTF...

    I guess maybe if it were sub-quality meat and REAL italian dressing -- you know, oil, vinegar, and spices... then it could work. But vinegar?
    We used to do it with cube steaks when I was a kid. Nowadays, I'd just make my own marinade. (Cube steak IS pretty tough.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenny View Post
    This is a thing, now? WTF...

    I guess maybe if it were sub-quality meat and REAL italian dressing -- you know, oil, vinegar, and spices... then it could work. But vinegar?
    If you have crappy quality meat, vinegar can help tenderize it. Good meat doesn't need it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jspradley View Post
    I die a little bit inside every time someone tells me to marinade meat in italian dressing
    Red meat, no way. But I marinate chicken in home-made Italian dressing all the time.
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