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They make it sound like those mall zeroes are all a tight-knit little "gang" of hipsters that hang out & socialize together when they're not at their dead end loser jobs.
 
In the world of reality, they would never even speak to each other.
 
Probably wouldn't even be working at those places longer than two months before they each found something better & hauled ass.
 
 
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

I always called it "Smell-Feet-a".
 
Got any clever segues for that?
 
 
 
 


I always thought this crap smelled like catfish stink bait.  Not the best smell for a product.  Yet people eat it.  Dead
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I actually kind of like the stuff, although I haven't bought it in years, mainly because it's too expensive.
 
One of my college roomates used to melt it over hot popcorn & stir it in.
 
Made these nice, gooey, cheesy popcorn balls.
 
I liked to eat it with Ruffles potato chips.
 
 
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

I actually kind of like the stuff, although I haven't bought it in years, mainly because it's too expensive.
 
One of my college roomates used to melt it over hot popcorn & stir it in.
 
Made these nice, gooey, cheesy popcorn balls.
 
I liked to eat it with Ruffles potato chips.
 
 


I guess it's like how certain people can eat the stinky cheeses, like limburger.  Yuck.  I can't get past the reek.
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Naaaahhhhh.... Velveeta doesn't stink.
 
It's just yellow American cheese that's a little softer than other block cheeses, like cheddar.
 
Maybe a little too salty tasting, but other than that, it tastes just like the cheese you get on your burger at McDonald's or Wendy's etc.
 
 
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:


It's just yellow American cheese that's a little softer than other block cheeses, like cheddar.
 


I can eat Velveeta(I only do very rarely) and I can definitely tell the difference between it and American cheese...
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Originally posted by DKS DKS wrote:

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:


It's just yellow American cheese that's a little softer than other block cheeses, like cheddar.
 


I can eat Velveeta(I only do very rarely) and I can definitely tell the difference between it and American cheese...
 
There's a few kinds of American Cheese.  There's the stuff that's kinda rubbery (like Kraft slices and Velveeta) and there's the stuff that's more like other cheeses.  The latter can be sliced paper thin, while the rubbery stuff can't.
 
I think Land o' Lakes makes the non-rubbery kind.  I've only gotten it at deli counters.  It's really good.
 
We talked about this a few years ago.
 
 
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Confused...well...if one just isn't up to 'eating liquid gold', maybe they can bathe in it.
 
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Velveeta tastes like plastic... 'nuff said.
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Originally posted by DKS DKS wrote:


Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:


It's just yellow American cheese that's a little softer than other block cheeses, like cheddar.
 


I can eat Velveeta(I only do very rarely) and I can definitely tell the difference between it and American cheese...


I think Velveeta tastes a bit saltier than other American cheese.

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Velveeta ingredients:
 
milk, water, milkfat, whey, whey protein concentrate, sodium phosphate, milk protein concentrate, alginate, sodium citrate, apocarotenal (color), annatto (color), enzymes, benzoate, cheese culture
 
Velveeta has 410 mg sodium/oz and 6 grams of fat.
 
 
 
American cheese (Land o' Lakes) ingredients:
 
Cultured Pasteurized Milk And Skim Milk, Buttermilk, Milkfat, Salt, Contains Less Than 2% of Sodium Phosphate, Tricalcium Phosphate, Lactic Acid, Milk Protein Concentrate, Artificial Color, Enzymes.
 
American cheese has 400 mg sodium/oz and 9 grams of fat.
 
 
 
 
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Cheese making

Although not a common practice, the addition of urine to cheese-making has been known to make a richer, more piquant cheese, highly sought after by those who've tasted it.

Cry...being a cheese lover and having sampled many kinds from all over the earth, finding out about this now makes me sort of want to go crawl into a corner and make like a frog and croak.
 
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I can't stand Kraft products. Their "American" cheese tastes nasty. Are people too poor to go buy REAL cheese slices at the Deli?
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Originally posted by TheBoomMan TheBoomMan wrote:

I can't stand Kraft products. Their "American" cheese tastes nasty. Are people too poor to go buy REAL cheese slices at the Deli?


When the "real" cheese costs around 50% more, and considering the average person isn't going to be just buying cheese, I'd say yeah, a lot of them are not willing to spend the extra money on Deli cheese.

I prefer deli, but when it comes down to $5(and generally an extra wait) for a pound of deli cheese or $2.50 for the same amount of Borden(which I prefer to Kraft), I'm usually gonna get the Borden.
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Does velveeta really NEED to advertise? Seems like the demographic they're pandering to is already a core velveeta eater. I haven't met a college kid who DIDN'T have a box on hand. Stop trying to make it something cooler than it really is. It's f**king simple mac and cheese. It's not cool at all, it's convenient.

Also no one grows up wanting to be an annoying ass mall kiosk barker. Let's not romanticize it.
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This may be the 1950's kid in me, but....a Velveeta, mayo, mustard, and white bread sandwich is one of my ultimate comfort foods.  
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Originally posted by Hootman Hootman wrote:

This may be the 1950's kid in me, but....a Velveeta, mayo, mustard, and white bread sandwich is one of my ultimate comfort foods.  
Wink...oh yea - found this photo of you back then...weren't you just supposed to wash your hands before lunch? 
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Originally posted by Hootman Hootman wrote:

This may be the 1950's kid in me, but....a Velveeta, mayo, mustard, and white bread sandwich is one of my ultimate comfort foods.  
 
On Fridays in Catholic school 1960s, my mother made me either a tuna sandwich on white or a cheese with mayo on white sandwich.  Those were the days when Catholics couldn't eat meat on Fridays.
 
Now I'm wondering what Sister Domitian would've done had I brought in a liverwurst sandwich on a Friday.  Perhaps a good beating would've been in store.  LOL
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Originally posted by Hootman Hootman wrote:

This may be the 1950's kid in me, but....a Velveeta, mayo, mustard, and white bread sandwich is one of my ultimate comfort foods.  
 
On Fridays in Catholic school 1960s, my mother made me either a tuna sandwich on white or a cheese with mayo on white sandwich.  Those were the days when Catholics couldn't eat meat on Fridays.
 
Now I'm wondering what Sister Domitian would've done had I brought in a liverwurst sandwich on a Friday.  Perhaps a good beating would've been in store.  LOL
 
 
 
I can imagine you screaming in your defense "It's not liverwurst, it's Vegemite!"  LOL
 
(You'd probably have gotten away with it until she took a bite....  LOL )
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Originally posted by Hootman Hootman wrote:

This may be the 1950's kid in me, but....a Velveeta, mayo, mustard, and white bread sandwich is one of my ultimate comfort foods.  
 
On Fridays in Catholic school 1960s, my mother made me either a tuna sandwich on white or a cheese with mayo on white sandwich.  Those were the days when Catholics couldn't eat meat on Fridays.
 
Now I'm wondering what Sister Domitian would've done had I brought in a liverwurst sandwich on a Friday.  Perhaps a good beating would've been in store.  LOL
 
 
DeadCryThanks for the nightmares...yea - I remember the 'Tuna Fridays', too.
What made it worse was I went to a poor Catholic school that didn't have any AC or fans and they got really hot and stuffy at either the end of the school year, or the  beginning of the next.
This made those Tuna-on-Wonderbread smeared with mayo sammies pretty disgusting by lunch. Didn't go together very well with those stinkin' room-temperature cartons of expired milk they used hand out and MAKE us drink. If you didn't have to get a hall pass from a penguin to go puke by 2, you ended up with the 'charley tuna belches' for the rest of the afternoon.
 
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I was about to make a thread on this.  How many Censoreding times a day do they have to air this piece of sh*t???

Not to mention, the product looks flat out disgusting.


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