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    =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Food_Snob=AE?= Guest

    Default Eating a dog treat

    My wife just made a deal with my son whereby if he would not complain
    about swim team for the rest of the Summer, she would eat a dog
    treat. We have him on the swim team because my wife thinks that one
    season on swim team will make him a really strong swimmer. Swim team
    is not fun, but seeing my wife eat a dog treat would be.

    --Bryan

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    Bob Muncie Guest

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    Food Snob® wrote:
    > My wife just made a deal with my son whereby if he would not complain
    > about swim team for the rest of the Summer, she would eat a dog
    > treat. We have him on the swim team because my wife thinks that one
    > season on swim team will make him a really strong swimmer. Swim team
    > is not fun, but seeing my wife eat a dog treat would be.
    >
    > --Bryan


    She could get slick on you if you don't have DS present her with a
    *large* doggie biscuit soon. Like carob is a chocolate substitute that
    dogs can eat, and tastes almost as good a cheap chocolate.

    Bob

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    =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Bobo_Bonobo=AE?= Guest

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    On Jun 10, 7:39*am, Bob Muncie <bob.mun...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > Food Snob® wrote:
    > > My wife just made a deal with my son whereby if he would not complain
    > > about swim team for the rest of the Summer, she would eat a dog
    > > treat. *We have him on the swim team because my wife thinks that one
    > > season on swim team will make him a really strong swimmer. *Swim team
    > > is not fun, but seeing my wife eat a dog treat would be.

    >
    > > --Bryan

    >
    > She could get slick on you if you don't have DS present her with a
    > *large* doggie biscuit soon. Like carob is a chocolate substitute that
    > dogs can eat, and tastes almost as good a cheap chocolate.


    The dog treat is going to come from her sister, who has a live dog.
    It's the same type as my son ate last year. He was out at his aunt's
    house and got into her pantry looking for snacks, and before anyone
    noticed, he had eaten a dog treat. Her sister has already been called
    about it, and she'll get to watch too in the unlikely event that my
    son really can refrain from complaining.
    >
    > Bob


    --Bryan

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    Michael \Dog3\ Guest

    Default Re: Eating a dog treat

    Bobo Bonobo® <[email protected]> news:e02a6daf-d4dc-4b69-b949-
    [email protected]: in rec.food.cooking

    > The dog treat is going to come from her sister, who has a live dog.
    > It's the same type as my son ate last year. He was out at his aunt's
    > house and got into her pantry looking for snacks, and before anyone
    > noticed, he had eaten a dog treat. Her sister has already been called
    > about it, and she'll get to watch too in the unlikely event that my
    > son really can refrain from complaining.


    Hmmm... Three Dog Bakery in Ladue has natural dog treats that any human can
    eat without getting squemish(sp). I take Scraps there once a week to pick
    out goodies for himself.

    Michael


    --
    “Always tell the truth - it's the easiest thing to remember”
    ~ American Playwright David Mamet

    You can find me at: - michael at lonergan dot us dot com

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    Bob Muncie Guest

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    Michael "Dog3" wrote:
    > Bobo Bonobo® <[email protected]> news:e02a6daf-d4dc-4b69-b949-
    > [email protected]: in rec.food.cooking
    >
    >> The dog treat is going to come from her sister, who has a live dog.
    >> It's the same type as my son ate last year. He was out at his aunt's
    >> house and got into her pantry looking for snacks, and before anyone
    >> noticed, he had eaten a dog treat. Her sister has already been called
    >> about it, and she'll get to watch too in the unlikely event that my
    >> son really can refrain from complaining.

    >
    > Hmmm... Three Dog Bakery in Ladue has natural dog treats that any human can
    > eat without getting squemish(sp). I take Scraps there once a week to pick
    > out goodies for himself.
    >
    > Michael
    >
    >


    I had been thinking along the 6" ~ 8" biscuits shaped like bones you get
    at the regular grocery that are good for the teeth :-)

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    Michael \Dog3\ Guest

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    Bob Muncie <[email protected]>
    news:h0obui$lka$[email protected]: in rec.food.cooking

    >
    > I had been thinking along the 6" ~ 8" biscuits shaped like bones you
    > get at the regular grocery that are good for the teeth :-)


    LOL... those giant "tartar control" things. Gawd...

    Michael



    --
    “Always tell the truth - it's the easiest thing to remember”
    ~ American Playwright David Mamet

    You can find me at: - michael at lonergan dot us dot com

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    Doug Weller Guest

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    On Wed, 10 Jun 2009 09:20:19 -0400, in rec.food.cooking, Bob Muncie wrote:

    >Michael "Dog3" wrote:
    >> Bobo Bonobo® <[email protected]> news:e02a6daf-d4dc-4b69-b949-
    >> [email protected]: in rec.food.cooking
    >>
    >>> The dog treat is going to come from her sister, who has a live dog.
    >>> It's the same type as my son ate last year. He was out at his aunt's
    >>> house and got into her pantry looking for snacks, and before anyone
    >>> noticed, he had eaten a dog treat. Her sister has already been called
    >>> about it, and she'll get to watch too in the unlikely event that my
    >>> son really can refrain from complaining.

    >>
    >> Hmmm... Three Dog Bakery in Ladue has natural dog treats that any human can
    >> eat without getting squemish(sp). I take Scraps there once a week to pick
    >> out goodies for himself.
    >>
    >> Michael
    >>
    >>

    >
    >I had been thinking along the 6" ~ 8" biscuits shaped like bones you get
    >at the regular grocery that are good for the teeth :-)


    I've got some made of whole wheat flour, cinnamon, organic margarine,
    organic milk and organic egg. Not bad at all.

    Doug
    --
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    A Director and Moderator of The Hall of Ma'at http://www.hallofmaat.com
    Doug's Archaeology Site: http://www.ramtops.co.uk
    Amun - co-owner/co-moderator http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Amun/


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    Bob Muncie Guest

    Default Re: Eating a dog treat

    Doug Weller wrote:
    > On Wed, 10 Jun 2009 09:20:19 -0400, in rec.food.cooking, Bob Muncie wrote:
    >
    >> Michael "Dog3" wrote:
    >>> Bobo Bonobo® <[email protected]> news:e02a6daf-d4dc-4b69-b949-
    >>> [email protected]: in rec.food.cooking
    >>>
    >>>> The dog treat is going to come from her sister, who has a live dog.
    >>>> It's the same type as my son ate last year. He was out at his aunt's
    >>>> house and got into her pantry looking for snacks, and before anyone
    >>>> noticed, he had eaten a dog treat. Her sister has already been called
    >>>> about it, and she'll get to watch too in the unlikely event that my
    >>>> son really can refrain from complaining.
    >>> Hmmm... Three Dog Bakery in Ladue has natural dog treats that any human can
    >>> eat without getting squemish(sp). I take Scraps there once a week to pick
    >>> out goodies for himself.
    >>>
    >>> Michael
    >>>
    >>>

    >> I had been thinking along the 6" ~ 8" biscuits shaped like bones you get
    >> at the regular grocery that are good for the teeth :-)

    >
    > I've got some made of whole wheat flour, cinnamon, organic margarine,
    > organic milk and organic egg. Not bad at all.
    >
    > Doug


    Doug - That would take the fun out of it.

    Bob

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    Nancy Young Guest

    Default Re: Eating a dog treat

    Michael "Dog3" wrote:

    > Hmmm... Three Dog Bakery in Ladue has natural dog treats that any
    > human can eat without getting squemish(sp). I take Scraps there once
    > a week to pick out goodies for himself.


    The dog treat place is in La Doo?

    nancy

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    [email protected] Guest

    Default Re: Eating a dog treat

    On Jun 10, 7:19*am, Doug Weller <dwel...@ramtops.removethis.co.uk>
    wrote:
    > On Wed, 10 Jun 2009 09:20:19 -0400, in rec.food.cooking, Bob Muncie wrote:
    > >Michael "Dog3" wrote:
    > >> Bobo Bonobo® <CLASS...@BRICK.NET> *news:e02a6daf-d4dc-4b69-b949-
    > >> 8527c9801...@p4g2000vba.googlegroups.com: in rec.food.cooking

    >
    > >>> The dog treat is going to come from her sister, who has a live dog.
    > >>> It's the same type as my son ate last year. *He was out at his aunt's
    > >>> house and got into her pantry looking for snacks, and before anyone
    > >>> noticed, he had eaten a dog treat. *Her sister has already been called
    > >>> about it, and she'll get to watch too in the unlikely event that my
    > >>> son really can refrain from complaining.

    >
    > >> Hmmm... Three Dog Bakery in Ladue has natural dog treats that any human can
    > >> eat without getting squemish(sp). *I take Scraps there once a week to pick
    > >> out goodies for himself.

    >
    > >> Michael

    >
    > >I had been thinking along the 6" ~ 8" biscuits shaped like bones you get
    > >at the regular grocery that are good for the teeth :-)

    >
    > I've got some made of whole wheat flour, cinnamon, organic margarine,
    > organic milk and organic egg. Not bad at all.
    >
    > Doug
    > --
    > Doug Weller --
    > A Director and Moderator of The Hall of Ma'athttp://www.hallofmaat.com
    > Doug's Archaeology Site:http://www.ramtops.co.uk
    > Amun - co-owner/co-moderatorhttp://groups.yahoo.com/group/Amun/


    organic margarine?

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    Mark Thorson Guest

    Default Re: Eating a dog treat

    Bob Muncie wrote:
    >
    > She could get slick on you if you don't have DS present her with a
    > *large* doggie biscuit soon. Like carob is a chocolate substitute that
    > dogs can eat, and tastes almost as good a cheap chocolate.


    I've had carob in several forms, and I don't think
    it tastes anything like chocolate. It's awful stuff.
    Cheap chocolate is much better than carob.

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    Puester Guest

    Default Re: Eating a dog treat

    Food Snob® wrote:
    > My wife just made a deal with my son whereby if he would not complain
    > about swim team for the rest of the Summer, she would eat a dog
    > treat. We have him on the swim team because my wife thinks that one
    > season on swim team will make him a really strong swimmer. Swim team
    > is not fun, but seeing my wife eat a dog treat would be.
    >
    > --Bryan



    My childhood dog used to love rare steak and ice cream.
    Would those be considered dog treats?

    (Gotta specify your conditions!)

    gloria p

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    Omelet Guest

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    In article
    <[email protected]>,
    "[email protected]" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > organic margarine?


    <lol> Good spotting that oxymoron Queenbe!
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    It's about learning to dance in the rain.
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    Omelet Guest

    Default Re: Eating a dog treat

    In article <[email protected]>,
    Mark Thorson <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Bob Muncie wrote:
    > >
    > > She could get slick on you if you don't have DS present her with a
    > > *large* doggie biscuit soon. Like carob is a chocolate substitute that
    > > dogs can eat, and tastes almost as good a cheap chocolate.

    >
    > I've had carob in several forms, and I don't think
    > it tastes anything like chocolate. It's awful stuff.
    > Cheap chocolate is much better than carob.


    I like Carob as a stand alone sweet, but I agree that there is no way in
    hell it tastes anything like chocolate.
    --
    Peace! Om

    Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass.
    It's about learning to dance in the rain.
    -- Anon.

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    Bob Muncie Guest

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    Omelet wrote:
    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > Mark Thorson <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Bob Muncie wrote:
    >>> She could get slick on you if you don't have DS present her with a
    >>> *large* doggie biscuit soon. Like carob is a chocolate substitute that
    >>> dogs can eat, and tastes almost as good a cheap chocolate.

    >> I've had carob in several forms, and I don't think
    >> it tastes anything like chocolate. It's awful stuff.
    >> Cheap chocolate is much better than carob.

    >
    > I like Carob as a stand alone sweet, but I agree that there is no way in
    > hell it tastes anything like chocolate.


    Okay you got me.. It is a chocolate substitute, that doesn't taste
    *real* close to chocolate, but that is about the only descriptive term
    you can apply to people that haven't tried it. I have a 3lb bad of it
    now. That's why I said cheap chocolate.

    Bob

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    Doug Weller Guest

    Default Re: Eating a dog treat

    On Wed, 10 Jun 2009 12:08:01 -0500, in rec.food.cooking, Omelet wrote:

    >In article
    ><[email protected]>,
    > "[email protected]" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> organic margarine?

    >
    ><lol> Good spotting that oxymoron Queenbe!


    It exists, why not?
    http://www.ethicalconsumer.org/FreeB...margarine.aspx

    The Biona one contains:
    Sunflower oil, palm oil, coconut oil, water, carrot juice, emulsifier:
    lecithin, lemon juice, natural flavouring.

    And see
    http://www.organicfoodee.com/emails/...anicmargarine/

    Doug
    --
    Doug Weller --
    A Director and Moderator of The Hall of Ma'at http://www.hallofmaat.com
    Doug's Archaeology Site: http://www.ramtops.co.uk
    Amun - co-owner/co-moderator http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Amun/


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    =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Bobo_Bonobo=AE?= Guest

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    On Jun 10, 11:55*am, Mark Thorson <nos...@sonic.net> wrote:
    > Bob Muncie wrote:
    >
    > > She could get slick on you if you don't have DS present her with a
    > > *large* doggie biscuit soon. Like carob is a chocolate substitute that
    > > dogs can eat, and tastes almost as good a cheap chocolate.

    >
    > I've had carob in several forms, and I don't think
    > it tastes anything like chocolate. *It's awful stuff.
    > Cheap chocolate is much better than carob.


    I agree. My ex-hippie sister tried to give me carob candy when I was
    5 or 6. Nasty.

    --Bryan

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    Lynn from Fargo Ografmorffig Guest

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    On Jun 10, 8:20*am, Bob Muncie <bob.mun...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > Michael "Dog3" wrote:
    > > Bobo Bonobo® <CLASS...@BRICK.NET> *news:e02a6daf-d4dc-4b69-b949-
    > > 8527c9801...@p4g2000vba.googlegroups.com: in rec.food.cooking

    >
    > >> The dog treat is going to come from her sister, who has a live dog.
    > >> It's the same type as my son ate last year. *He was out at his aunt's
    > >> house and got into her pantry looking for snacks, and before anyone
    > >> noticed, he had eaten a dog treat. *Her sister has already been called
    > >> about it, and she'll get to watch too in the unlikely event that my
    > >> son really can refrain from complaining.

    >
    > > Hmmm... Three Dog Bakery in Ladue has natural dog treats that any humancan
    > > eat without getting squemish(sp). *I take Scraps there once a week topick
    > > out goodies for himself.

    >
    > > Michael

    >
    > I had been thinking along the 6" ~ 8" biscuits shaped like bones you get
    > at the regular grocery that are good for the teeth :-)


    I used to nibble on those little Milk Bones . . . but only the green
    ones.
    Lynn in Fargo

  19. #19
    zxcvbob Guest

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    Bob Muncie wrote:
    > Omelet wrote:
    >> In article <[email protected]>,
    >> Mark Thorson <[email protected]> wrote:
    >>
    >>> Bob Muncie wrote:
    >>>> She could get slick on you if you don't have DS present her with a
    >>>> *large* doggie biscuit soon. Like carob is a chocolate substitute that
    >>>> dogs can eat, and tastes almost as good a cheap chocolate.
    >>> I've had carob in several forms, and I don't think
    >>> it tastes anything like chocolate. It's awful stuff.
    >>> Cheap chocolate is much better than carob.

    >>
    >> I like Carob as a stand alone sweet, but I agree that there is no way
    >> in hell it tastes anything like chocolate.

    >
    > Okay you got me.. It is a chocolate substitute, that doesn't taste
    > *real* close to chocolate, but that is about the only descriptive term
    > you can apply to people that haven't tried it. I have a 3lb bad of it
    > now. That's why I said cheap chocolate.
    >
    > Bob



    A 3 pound bad. :-) Very nice Freudian slip.

    Bob

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    Omelet Guest

    Default Re: Eating a dog treat

    In article <YTRXl.331$[email protected]>,
    Bob Muncie <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Omelet wrote:
    > > In article <[email protected]>,
    > > Mark Thorson <[email protected]> wrote:
    > >
    > >> Bob Muncie wrote:
    > >>> She could get slick on you if you don't have DS present her with a
    > >>> *large* doggie biscuit soon. Like carob is a chocolate substitute that
    > >>> dogs can eat, and tastes almost as good a cheap chocolate.
    > >> I've had carob in several forms, and I don't think
    > >> it tastes anything like chocolate. It's awful stuff.
    > >> Cheap chocolate is much better than carob.

    > >
    > > I like Carob as a stand alone sweet, but I agree that there is no way in
    > > hell it tastes anything like chocolate.

    >
    > Okay you got me.. It is a chocolate substitute, that doesn't taste
    > *real* close to chocolate, but that is about the only descriptive term
    > you can apply to people that haven't tried it. I have a 3lb bad of it
    > now. That's why I said cheap chocolate.
    >
    > Bob


    Ok, :-) I'll give you the point...

    I seldom eat chocolate so I never eat CHEAP chocolate!

    Quality as opposed to quantity. <g>

    Due to a solid year of calorie restriction, I've been trying to view
    food in general that way. <sigh>
    --
    Peace! Om

    Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass.
    It's about learning to dance in the rain.
    -- Anon.

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