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  1. #1
    Adam Funk Guest

    Default Dr Bronner's Bouillon (was: Tonight for Dinner)

    On 2009-02-12, Darla Vladschyk wrote:

    > On Wed, 11 Feb 2009 13:39:35 +0000, Adam Funk <[email protected]>
    > wrote:


    >>They stopped making the Balanced Mineral Bouillon when Dr Bronner
    >>died.

    >
    >
    > I know. I wrote to his son, pleading with him to continue making the
    > finest tofu marinade ever known, but he has a heart of stone (probably
    > from all the mineral broth) and would not be moved. Damn.


    Did he explain why? When I was looking into this a few years ago, I
    got the impression (but I'm not certain) that they lost the recipe
    with Dr Bronner.

    (Maybe someone in RFC knows about this?)


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    well as with reality. (LeGuin 1969)

  2. #2
    Darla Vladschyk Guest

    Default Re: Dr Bronner's Bouillon (was: Tonight for Dinner)

    On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 14:15:29 +0000, Adam Funk <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >On 2009-02-12, Darla Vladschyk wrote:
    >
    >> On Wed, 11 Feb 2009 13:39:35 +0000, Adam Funk <[email protected]>
    >> wrote:

    >
    >>>They stopped making the Balanced Mineral Bouillon when Dr Bronner
    >>>died.

    >>
    >>
    >> I know. I wrote to his son, pleading with him to continue making the
    >> finest tofu marinade ever known, but he has a heart of stone (probably
    >> from all the mineral broth) and would not be moved. Damn.

    >
    >Did he explain why? ...



    He just said there wasn't enough demand for it, and they wanted to
    concentrate on their other product lines.


    Darla
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  3. #3
    Adam Funk Guest

    Default Re: Dr Bronner's Bouillon

    On 2009-02-12, Darla Vladschyk wrote:

    > On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 14:15:29 +0000, Adam Funk <[email protected]>
    > wrote:


    >>Did he explain why? ...

    >
    >
    > He just said there wasn't enough demand for it, and they wanted to
    > concentrate on their other product lines.


    Too bad; thanks.


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    Wiblur the Once Guest

    Default Re: Dr Bronner's Bouillon (was: Tonight for Dinner)

    Adam Funk <[email protected]> mumbled something about:

    > (Maybe someone in RFC knows about this?)


    Royal Flattulent Crossbowman?
    Republican Farfegnugen Committee?
    Radical Fandanccing Comunistts?
    Renters Fearing Cannibals?
    Rapscallions Favoring Cranberries?
    Radio-Frequency Contemplators?
    Red Fizzie Collectors?
    Rejects From California?

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    blake murphy Guest

    Default Re: Dr Bronner's Bouillon

    On Sat, 14 Feb 2009 12:31:45 +0000 (UTC), Wiblur the Once wrote:

    > Adam Funk <[email protected]> mumbled something about:
    >
    >> (Maybe someone in RFC knows about this?)

    >
    > Royal Flattulent Crossbowman?
    > Republican Farfegnugen Committee?
    > Radical Fandanccing Comunistts?
    > Renters Fearing Cannibals?
    > Rapscallions Favoring Cranberries?
    > Radio-Frequency Contemplators?
    > Red Fizzie Collectors?
    > Rejects From California?


    Retarded ****ing Crossposters? check the headers of the groups you posted
    to, ape.

    blake

  6. #6
    Chris McGonnell Guest

    Default Re: Dr Bronner's Bouillon

    On Sat, 14 Feb 2009 17:25:01 GMT, blake murphy
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >On Sat, 14 Feb 2009 12:31:45 +0000 (UTC), Wiblur the Once wrote:
    >
    >> Adam Funk <[email protected]> mumbled something about:
    >>
    >>> (Maybe someone in RFC knows about this?)

    >>
    >> Royal Flattulent Crossbowman?
    >> Republican Farfegnugen Committee?
    >> Radical Fandanccing Comunistts?
    >> Renters Fearing Cannibals?
    >> Rapscallions Favoring Cranberries?
    >> Radio-Frequency Contemplators?
    >> Red Fizzie Collectors?
    >> Rejects From California?

    >
    >Retarded ****ing Crossposters? check the headers of the groups you posted
    >to, ape.


    Oh dear, and on Valentine's Day, too. Blake, what lives under a
    bridge?

    Chris McG.
    Harming humanity since 1951
    "Hell, -I- saw it coming. And I'm a moron." - Lots42


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    Mark Edwards Guest

    Default Re: Dr Bronner's Bouillon


    No cluons were harmed when Chris McGonnell wrote:
    >Oh dear, and on Valentine's Day, too. Blake, what lives under a
    >bridge?


    Round Fuschia Crustaceans?
    Really Fast Caterpillars?
    Running Flea Catchers?
    Rugged Frog Chewers?

    Whatever it is, I bet it eats goats. Oh waitaminute - is this a family
    chatgroup?


    Mark Edwards
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    Thomas Mertz Guest

    Default Re: Dr Bronner's Bouillon (was: Tonight for Dinner)

    Wiblur the Once wrote:
    > Adam Funk <[email protected]> mumbled something about:
    >
    > > (Maybe someone in RFC knows about this?)

    >
    > Royal Flattulent Crossbowman?
    > Republican Farfegnugen Committee?
    > Radical Fandanccing Comunistts?
    > Renters Fearing Cannibals?
    > Rapscallions Favoring Cranberries?
    > Radio-Frequency Contemplators?
    > Red Fizzie Collectors?
    > Rejects From California?


    request for comments?










  9. #9
    Glenn Knickerbocker Guest

    Default Re: Dr Bronner's Bouillon

    On Sat, 14 Feb 2009 16:47:25 -0600, Mark Edwards wrote:
    >Round Fuschia Crustaceans?



    Uh, that's fuchsia, but isn't the color of crustaceans indigo?

    ČR - we don't have branes made of clockworks, chocolate maidens
    http://users.bestweb.net/~notr/arkville.html --the Ur-beatle

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    Eb Oesch Guest

    Default Re: Dr Bronner's Bouillon (was: Tonight for Dinner)

    On Feb 14, 5:55*pm, Thomas Mertz <t...@example.com> wrote:
    > Wiblur the Once wrote:
    > > Adam Funk <a24...@ducksburg.com> mumbled something about:
    > > > (Maybe someone in RFC knows about this?)

    [...]
    > request for comments?


    Sure, I'll comment. The guy who suggested RFC stood for Retarded
    somethingorother must not know much about WWW chatrooms. Retarded.* is
    definitely not one of the Big Four hierarchies (alt, aol, google, and
    yahoo) and I would guess it doesn't even exist at all.

    I think RFC, or the Free Republic of China (the order of the R and F
    is reversed in the abbreviation because Chinese does not use the same
    adjective-noun ordering used in European languages), is the official
    name of Hong Kong (as opposed to mainland China, more properly known
    as the People's Red China).

    Hope this helps.

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    Wiblur the Once Guest

    Default Re: Dr Bronner's Bouillon

    blake murphy <[email protected]> mumbled something about:

    >> Rejects From California?

    >
    > Retarded ****ing Crossposters? check the headers of the groups you
    > posted to, ape.


    I'm sorry, I Didn't realize you were from California.

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  12. #12
    Otto Bahn Guest

    Default Re: Dr Bronner's Bouillon (was: Tonight for Dinner)

    "Thomas Mertz" <[email protected]> wrote

    >> > (Maybe someone in RFC knows about this?)

    >>
    >> Royal Flattulent Crossbowman?
    >> Republican Farfegnugen Committee?
    >> Radical Fandanccing Comunistts?
    >> Renters Fearing Cannibals?
    >> Rapscallions Favoring Cranberries?
    >> Radio-Frequency Contemplators?
    >> Red Fizzie Collectors?
    >> Rejects From California?

    >
    > request for condiments?


    IFYPFY.

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