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Old 03-10-2007, 07:36 PM   #31
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KD looks like good food for kids who don't know any better. I suspect prison inmates receive better food though.
nothing but gruel.
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with ketchup
Wait, do you use the ketchup as a substitute for the cheese, or do you mix the two together.

I have another box of KD left and I'm so desperate and so hungry that I might just eat the noodles and leave the cheese mix.
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Wait, do you use the ketchup as a substitute for the cheese, or do you mix the two together.

I have another box of KD left and I'm so desperate and so hungry that I might just eat the noodles and leave the cheese mix.
Nope, you still add the cheese to the noodles and then put the ketchup on top. I don't like it this way but my hubby does.
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yeah, you make it with the cheese powder first with the milk and butter then you put ketchup on top or you dip it in the ketchup
but unfortunately it's definitely not a diet food
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It's nothing but ground up orange crayons and stale pasta!!
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I think it's probably better than ground up orange crayons, although I really wouldn't know
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I can't eat Kraft Mac and Cheese anymore cause that stuff really attacks my bowels!
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you mean people don't like mac n cheese?
weird.

well the american stuff tastes fine to me anyway. mmm. i like canned soup better though, or frozen dinners. (or just a brick of sodium while i'm at it)
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In other words, my present situation.

I just had instant oatmeal for supper.
Microwave meals are expensive here, especially considering the size and the junk they put in them. They aren't popular, are they over there? I'd much prefer to make a big salad or have eggs with beans and toast which is cheaper and you'll always have leftovers to rustle up something else later.

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stir fry veg, cook for a few minutes, add some noodles then throw in a sauce. delicious, healthy and won't clog up your arteries.


I don't really like pasta either and I only have the wholegrain kind. I'm a really fussy eater.
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Microwave meals are expensive here, especially considering the size and the junk they put in them. They aren't popular, are they over there?
Depends on what you mean by "microwave meal". Michaelinas brand range from $0.69 - $1.15 (mac 'n cheese, lasagna, pasta & alfredo sauce, etc). The non-microwaveable Kraft mac 'n cheese is $1 a box here and the generic is $0.44. That's a meal for two adults or a whole passel of kids for $0.44. Top Ramen (which can be cooked stove top or microwaved) is usually 5 packs for $1. This kind of stuff is insanely popular, at least for college kids.

Salad = produce = FAR more expensive AND it will go bad before you can eat it all.

Raspberries are my absolute favorite food and for all but three months of the year, it costs at least $3 for handful sized container, and 1/3 of them are already rotten.
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Depends on what you mean by "microwave meal". Michaelinas brand range from $0.69 - $1.15 (mac 'n cheese, lasagna, pasta & alfredo sauce, etc). The non-microwaveable Kraft mac 'n cheese is $1 a box here and the generic is $0.44. That's a meal for two adults or a whole passel of kids for $0.44. Top Ramen (which can be cooked stove top or microwaved) is usually 5 packs for $1. This kind of stuff is insanely popular, at least for college kids.

Salad = produce = FAR more expensive AND it will go bad before you can eat it all.

Raspberries are my absolute favorite food and for all but three months of the year, it costs at least $3 for handful sized container, and 1/3 of them are already rotten.
Your food is a lot cheaper there.

A little lasagne here costs about $4-6. And last time I got raspberries they were £3 ($6).
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Your food is a lot cheaper there.
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There is only one KD fan in this house and it is the youngest mini fah and she prefers the Easy Mac to regular KD.

On a side note, I have vague memories of eating KD in the depths of college hangovers

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I don't like ketchup, but for those that do, I hear it is also good in ramen. My college house was never out of ketchup, mac 'n cheese, and Top Ramen.
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