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    The chocolate Chex tastes like Puppy Chow; the cinnamon is like Cinnamon Toast Crunch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChocoTaco369 View Post
    Probably nothing on Earth more fattening...
    Baked bananas with peanut butter, ice cream and honey.

    10 000kcal, ten minutes. Easily. ;D

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    Anyone have any thoughts on captain crunch?
    I find your lack of bacon disturbing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChocoTaco369 View Post
    That puppy chow where they take the Rice Chex and coat it in peanut butter, cocoa powder and powdered sugar...that's pretty good stuff. I remember that. Puppy Chow and beer, the good old days. Til the morning.

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    Here is a movie on how cereal is made. Watch the movie and then decide for yourself if some human in the primal savannah would have ever happened upon any extruded breakfast cereal like Rice Chex. Or if you don't subscribe to the whole Grok metaphor, ask yourself if you could make this in your kitchen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nivanthe View Post
    When I saw this simple question having 8 pages, I knew it derailed into the same ol' talk. Maybe we should make a "Argue your fat/carb stance here!" thread.
    Isn't one of those made just about every day?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Castle View Post
    Nine pages of carb/fat wars to say NO. Rice chex is not primal.

    Rice chex are extruded grains. I'll eat rice happily, and even Mark eats it on occasion, but there's a big difference between rice chex and rice.

    http://www.westonaprice.org/modern-f...ssing-industry

    OP, if you're still reading this [which I kind of doubt], yogurt + fruit is an easy breakfast. Just do that instead of rice chex.
    Good idea, but fruit just sets off cravings for sweets. Think I'm gonna cut sugar out of my diet for a few weeks to see if I notice a difference

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    Quote Originally Posted by j3nn View Post
    The chocolate Chex tastes like Puppy Chow; the cinnamon is like Cinnamon Toast Crunch.
    And the vanilla transported me back to my childhood eating those silly wafer cookies (they came in
    vanilla, chocolate and strawberry) with the vanilla flavored "frosting" (more like mashed up granulated
    sugar, cuz it was a little sandy feeling) on the inside.

    Vanilla chex for the non-food win.

    I coulda just poured milk INTO THE BOX and ate it all.

    I prefer it as a dry crunchy snack though, once in awhile.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Euphoric View Post
    If I understand right, fat and glucose are burned at all times, but in different ratios. However, in a time of caloric surplus, with a substantial amount of carbohydrate, your body shifts into using higher amounts of glucose than fat, when without the surplus, it might have more fat than glucose. In cases like this, the fat which is making them need larger pants, but it was the caloric surplus that is keeping them from losing those in the first place anyway. From this, it can be skewed to say that it was the carbohydrate making people fat, but really, it was overconsumption that did it.
    If you eat too many calories, you will gain weight. So will I. It doesn't matter whether the surplus calories are fat, carbs, or protein, as to whether weight is gained, and it doesn't matter which calories are spent and which are stored. That would be the CICO explanation.

    That is something different. As Choco has explained many times, if someone were to eat a sufficiently low fat diet, no excess of carbs would be great enough to gain weight. And all fat goes right to storage, which is why I'm obese. Except that I'm not.

    Quote Originally Posted by AngryKiwi47 View Post
    Baked bananas with peanut butter, ice cream and honey.

    10 000kcal, ten minutes. Easily. ;D
    You forgot the melted chocolate.
    Last edited by eKatherine; 09-09-2013 at 11:49 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j3nn View Post
    tastes like Puppy Chow
    How do you know?

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