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    Snake in bread...another reason to avoid grains

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    I commented on that thread when it came up a week ago (reddit username is oreotragus, it's down the comments a little ways) and I mentioned how I used to bake bread but then stopped eating it, and pretty much right away, people started bashing paleo/primal. :P

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    I mean bread

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    This kind of negligence can only happen in factory created foods.

    Machines don't see snakes.

    Lesson here?

    Don't eat processed factory food, especially if you are a blind person.
    Stumbled into Primal due to food allergies, and subsequent elimination of non-primal foods.

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    26lbs lost since cutting the crap.

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    A snake in a loaf of bread is at least as good as a Kentucky Fried Rat.
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    B*tch-lite

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    Probably healthier than the rest of the loaf.

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    Snake's ok, I've had it in soup in China - tastes like eel.

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    I love eating eel, but the thought of eating a snake terrifies me.
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    Inbread snake, hahahaha.

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