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    Posted: 01 Dec 2009 at 2:28am
A Bay Area favorite, Granny Goose Cheese Puffs give you a cheesy sensation in your mouth. They are delicious. Not as good as Cheetos, but still yummy!
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So why don't you just buy the Cheetos?
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

So why don't you just buy the Cheetos?

Because curiosity got me...
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I really have no favorite between the two brands.  But I prefer those White Cheddar Cheetos over the orange kind. 
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Yep.
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

I really have no favorite between the two brands.  But I prefer those White Cheddar Cheetos over the orange kind. 

Mmm..... White Cheddar Cheetos! I'm pretty sure they are discontinued, but I will search the streets and see what I can find...
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Yea seriously, I haven't seen white cheddar Cheetos in forever. Maybe it's regional. For the longest time we never had cherry RC cola in my parts and all of a sudden I can find it now.
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UTZ has White Cheddar here where I shop. Cheetos doesn't.
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Cheez Doodles.  Another thing I can't buy out here. 

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Originally posted by FaithSF FaithSF wrote:

Cheez Doodles.  Another thing I can't buy out here. 

 
Nor Dipsy Doodles.
 
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Dispy Doodles!  Weren't they basically Fritos with ridges?

I don't remember any jingle for Dipsy Doodles, but I do remember:

"Old London Cheez Doodles,
The doodley-doodley-doodley-doodley corn-flavored snack!"

Wait, is that right?  Was it just corn flavoring back then, too, or am I using the wrong word?
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Yep.  Fritos with ridges.  For dipping.
 
But I don't remember the commercials for Cheez Doodles.  I see, however, that, I guess in some places, they're called OLW Cheez Doodles.
 
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"Old London"
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TidBits, once one of my favorite snacks has long been discontinued. Kids choking on them I guess.
And no, CheeseNips are not the same.
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I checked my local market and also my local convenience store, no luck for the white cheetos! Anyways, I like Tid Bit cheese crackers too. I wonder if they still sell them....
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The white Cheetos are called natural, and usually have their own display (with other natural Frito-Lay products) at the supermarket.  I haven't gone looking for them in a few years, so I don't know if they still exist.
 
 
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Someone posted this Onion article here a few years ago.  It's always worth reading.
 

Frito-Lay Angrily Introduces Line Of Healthy Snacks

November 7, 2006 | Issue 42•45

PLANO, TX—With the recent trend of wholesome snack foods reaching "truly ridiculous proportions," Frito-Lay announced Monday that it would, against its better judgment, roll out a new line of healthy fruit-and-vegetable-based chips next February.

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"Here," said Frito-Lay CEO Al Carey as he disgustedly tossed a bag of the company's new Flat Earth-brand snack crisps onto the lectern during a meeting with shareholders and members of the press. "Here's some sh*t that's made from beets. I hope you're all happy now that you have your precious beet chips with the recommended daily serving of fruit, or vegetables, or whatever the hell a 'beet' is."

"Mmm, dehydrated bulb things," Carey added. "Sounds delicious."

Carey appeared visibly appalled as Frito-Lay employees distributed Flat Earth snack samples to the audience.

"God help us all, would you look at these flavors," said Carey, gesturing toward a display showcasing the several varieties of Flat Earth chips, including Kauliflower Krunch, Raisins 'N Chives, Cranberry Spinach Explosion, Rutabaga Yum, Tofu Snaps, Eggplant Ecstasy, Broccoloroos, and Watercress. "Look at what you've reduced us to."

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Frito-Lay delivery people drop off a "bunch of bullsh*t to some pricks somewhere."

"Weren't Sun Chips healthy enough for you, you goddamn hippie bastards?" Carey added.

Frito-Lay spokeswoman Lisa Greeley, who said that the company made a commitment in 2004 to develop a healthier line of snacks but "never thought it would actually come to this," described the Flat Earth brand as "tailor-made for the small, vocal minority of health-conscious consumers who apparently can't just be content with salads, bananas, apples, or any of the literally thousands of fruits and vegetables already widely available."

"Our new veggie snacks combine the zesty tang of parsnip, the most mouthwatering root vegetable out there, with the bold flavor of, let's say, jute?" said Greeley before reluctantly bringing a Turnips 'N Radish chip to her mouth and forcing down a full bite. "It's a brand-new taste sensation unlike anything you've ever experienced, unless you've ever eaten sisal twine."

According to Frito-Lay's website, the new snacks contain one-third of the fat, one-half of the calories, and one-1,000th of the irresistible flavor of Frito-Lay's classic line of potato and corn chips. The presence of trans-fats and saturated oils is avoided by employing a cooking process "strikingly similar to the method used to create particle board." Serving suggestions that will be printed on the packaging include "definitely not adding any salt or seasoning, because then you might die"; dipping the chips in "delicious plain yogurt, lettuce paste, or other ground-up Flat Earth products"; and enhancing the flavor by replacing the chip in your hand with a Hot'n Spicy BBQ chip.

In January, Frito-Lay will launch a Flat Earth marketing campaign based on the slogan, "Bet You Can't Eat Even One." Surprisingly, however, the company is also in talks with distributors to ensure that Flat Earth snacks are installed in every school vending machine in the country.

"Oh, they're definitely going in the vending machines," Carey said. "Everyone's going to share in this misery, not just a handful of Naderites with spastic colons or loser kids with no taste buds whose parents want them to grow up to be boring milquetoasts afraid to have any fun. And don't think we haven't forgotten you either, office workers on snack breaks and anyone who wants to serve a big bowl of disappointment at a cocktail party."

"If this is what you want, America, fine," Carey continued. "But if you don't like them, then you can suck my f**king dick, because this is it—no more veggie crisps after this. None. You hear me? None."

"You're all gonna die eventually, anyway," Carey added. "Might as well be eating Cool Ranch Doritos with cheese dip when you go."

Frito-Lay is now considering discontinuing its traditional snack line and focusing entirely on chickpeas and sprouts, since, according to Carey, Americans "are so scared of getting fat, and are clearly no longer interested in good-tasting food."

"You all disgust me," said Carey, who then kicked over the Flat Earth display and stormed out of the room.

 
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Sorry about what?

Until I read your apology, I was going to ignore this thread, but now that I am here, I'll express my opinion. With very few exceptions (pizza and Philly Cheese Steaks being two of them) I have no use for cheese, cheese flavoring, and all the myriad of ways of adulterating otherwise good food with cheese. Cheese Puffs being a prime example, Cheese Whiz being another.  I could go on for endless paragraphs of examples, but not this time. Wink

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