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    Plants Converted to Meat

    Call me old fashioned, yup. Call me closed minded, meh, some things just don't interest me. But don't call me late to eat these beauties courtesy of the original plant to meat converter!! And at $10.39/lb I should have bought 10 of them! Meat, baby, meat.

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    Plant based meats? Hmmm….That’s news to me. What exactly is it? I haven’t seen nothing here about it🧐

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      • Attjack
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        That's not all he converts them into.

      • CaptainMike
        CaptainMike commented
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        Hahahaha!!

      • Huskee
        Huskee commented
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        I change the color of bourbon and wine, just gimme an hour or so.

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      I convert plants to gas. especially aspargus and brussel sprouts.

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      • CaptainMike
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        HAHAHAHAHA!!!!!

      • latenight71
        latenight71 commented
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        I also convert plants and various other edibles into commercially-available plant-based "meat". oh, wait . . . . maybe that's just what it tastes like . . .

      • Panhead John
        Panhead John commented
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        Nothing smells nicer than asparagus based urine.

      #5
      Oh just say it, I FART A LOT. Does that mean I am about to be banned because I’m adding to increased global warming?

      On another note, that’s a great price on steak. Buy more !!

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        If I understand this correctly, the exhaust from PJ's truck could well produce his next steak.

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          #7
          I have not been here all day. Been traveling. Gotta love it!

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          • CaptainMike
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            Yeah, for some strange reason I was craving a HUGE ribeye steak.

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          I am about to pull out two Creekstone Prime Ribeyes to cook tomorrow. I plan to fire up the Hasty-Bake with Kingsford Pro so that I will get smoke everywhere. I will consume them with a baked potato that was harvested by someone using a diesel fueled tractor. And eat it on styrofoam plates and drink my wine out of plastic cups.

          Happy Saturday!

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          • CaptainMike
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            Pretty much what we did, with the addition of corn on the cob that was no doubt harvested by a similarly powered farm implement! Bon Appetit!!

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          Originally posted by ecowper View Post
          I am about to pull out two Creekstone Prime Ribeyes to cook tomorrow. I plan to fire up the Hasty-Bake with Kingsford Pro so that I will get smoke everywhere. I will consume them with a baked potato that was harvested by someone using a diesel fueled tractor. And eat it on styrofoam plates and drink my wine out of plastic cups.

          Happy Saturday!
          Man that sound really good!

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