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    Quote Originally Posted by JennaRose View Post
    kids gonna need dentures by the time he graduates high school.


    oh gawd, i just finished the article and the ending line is about a 3 year old who arrived for his second visit of dental work with a BOTTLE OF COCA COLA!

    I DONT EVEN. WHAT IS THIS????
    My kids now think that Perrier and Peligrino are "sodas" because of the fizzy They ask for some soda water when we are out running errands.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabbecky View Post
    My kids now think that Perrier and Peligrino are "sodas" because of the fizzy They ask for some soda water when we are out running errands.
    aw, thats cute

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChefGrok View Post
    It was Lipton's, fascists.... Now I just buy Twinnings and Bigelow. My wife loves Rooibos, but I can't stand it.
    I have some Twinings looseleaf, as well as Taylors of Harrogate and my daily Bigelow Earl Grey. But now I'm going to have to go home and check my Tazo iced tea sachets - I get the big ones that make a gallon pitcher of brewed iced tea, for the summertime.

    I knew there was a reason that I hated Lipton...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabbecky View Post
    or eggland's best egg from hens fed a VEGETARIAN diet... um chickens are NOT vegetarians! They need to eat bugs and stuff!
    Yeah, also they will scavenge the hell out of dead animals--including other chickens--if they come across them. I learned quickly that when any of my chickens died, I had to bury them REALLY deep to keep the others from digging them up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnegans Wake View Post
    Have a Coke and a smile!
    Seems more like an "either/or" than an "and" situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabbecky View Post
    My kids now think that Perrier and Peligrino are "sodas" because of the fizzy They ask for some soda water when we are out running errands.
    Trader Joe's on the West Coast makes a jug of kettle-brewed black tea. I believe the ingredients are water and tea. Maybe citric acid. But that's it. I buy it for my husband all the time. It is regularly sold out.

    Tejava is similarly naked.

    I went to a store once looking for a drink other than plain water, and must have looked at twenty bottles of tea, trying to find something that was unsweetened in any way. Honestea used to make one, but I suspect that it got yanked from their production line at some point due to lack of sales.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChefGrok View Post
    It was Lipton's, fascists.... Now I just buy Twinnings and Bigelow. My wife loves Rooibos, but I can't stand it.
    WTF- I had to give up my tuna for soy, now I have to figure out whether or not I have to give up my tea?! What is WRONG with these people?
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    I think the deal with wheat, cornstarch, or soy in the tea has to do with anti-caking. To get a good tea you have to dry out the leaves well and then pulverize them (for most tea packets they're just flaked, not whole leaves, which are on a whole nother level of awesome). But anyway, if they're not dried completely or properly you put in some starch to soak up excess moisture and prevent molding. I have no idea if that's completely true or not (thought I'm sure those are used for anti-caking) but it's my best guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tigerfeet View Post
    I think the deal with wheat, cornstarch, or soy in the tea has to do with anti-caking. To get a good tea you have to dry out the leaves well and then pulverize them (for most tea packets they're just flaked, not whole leaves, which are on a whole nother level of awesome). But anyway, if they're not dried completely or properly you put in some starch to soak up excess moisture and prevent molding. I have no idea if that's completely true or not (thought I'm sure those are used for anti-caking) but it's my best guess.
    no way, they just want to kill us


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tigerfeet View Post
    I think the deal with wheat, cornstarch, or soy in the tea has to do with anti-caking. To get a good tea you have to dry out the leaves well and then pulverize them (for most tea packets they're just flaked, not whole leaves, which are on a whole nother level of awesome). But anyway, if they're not dried completely or properly you put in some starch to soak up excess moisture and prevent molding. I have no idea if that's completely true or not (thought I'm sure those are used for anti-caking) but it's my best guess.
    I'm willing to bet there are better, healthier, more expensive ways.

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