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    Best food at best price for your childrens breakfast?

    Mt. Dew and chocolate donuts?

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    you damn OW people are ruining everything.

    There is a food forum for thisngs like this!*

    *I am serious, nobody goes there...but it exists
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    Originally Posted by PokeJ View Post
    Mt. Dew and chocolate donuts?
    You should be locked up for feeding your kid that junk. I only feed my kid natural foods like apple juice, fish sticks, and fruit roll ups.
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    Best food at best price for your childrens breakfast?

    Iams.

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    Pop tarts. Always pop tarts...
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    Originally Posted by Adrian View Post
    Pop tarts. Always pop tarts...
    That has fruit in it. You are a good parent.

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    Originally Posted by smot poker View Post
    You should be locked up for feeding your kid that junk. I only feed my kid natural foods like apple juice, fish sticks, and fruit roll ups.
    Sometimes when I'm dressing a deer, I give them some scraps. They love that shit.

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    Originally Posted by PokeJ View Post
    Sometimes when I'm dressing a deer, I give them some scraps. They love that shit.
    What is it about the entrails that kids love so much?

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    Originally Posted by smot poker View Post
    What is it about the entrails that kids love so much?
    The squishiness

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    Tit milk.

    We really don't need anything else.
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    Oats, yogurt and fruit

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    Originally Posted by PokeJ View Post
    Mt. Dew and chocolate donuts?
    their teachers want to kill you

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    Originally Posted by Aurora View Post
    Oats, yogurt and fruit
    This is how I know your kid shits a lot.
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    You're a great furter
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    Originally Posted by Aurora View Post
    Oats, yogurt and fruit
    At least you feed your kids better than your dogs, I guess.
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    I don't pay attention to what my wife normally feeds our kids. But during deer season, I know the kids flips the **** out while I am boning out deer meat. I usually throw all the scraps in a big bag, keep it in the fridge and give it to them raw. I think in the future I will start grinding some of it and freezing it, so I can ration it out longer. They goes ape shit for that stuff.
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    Originally Posted by mgsooner View Post
    At least you feed your kids better than your dogs, I guess.
    I do feed him better than my dogs.. Steel cut oats, organic greek yogurt, and as much organic and locally grown fruit as we can find and sometimes we eat pizza

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    I eat protein pancakes pretty much every day and make one for my daughter

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    Originally Posted by Romulus View Post
    I eat protein pancakes pretty much every day and make one for my daughter
    what do you make them with, I make some that are 2 eggs, 1 banana and a scoop of pure protein vanilla, I usually top them with strawberries

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    I cut open a 60lb bag of Ole Roy every Monday. My 1 year old is getting big!
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    Originally Posted by Steve O'Seinus View Post
    I don't pay attention to what my wife normally feeds our kids. But during deer season, I know the kids flips the **** out while I am boning out deer meat. I usually throw all the scraps in a big bag, keep it in the fridge and give it to them raw. I think in the future I will start grinding some of it and freezing it, so I can ration it out longer. They goes ape shit for that stuff.
    Tremendous work.

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    One egg, 1/2 cup egg whites, huge scoop of Syntha 6 vanilla protein, 1/4 cup oats, 1 banana, big sprinkle of cinnamon, capful of vanilla, and tbs of olive oil
    Really good recipe, I've tried a dozen others and this is my favorite
    I don't measure everything just eyeball it
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    Originally Posted by Steve O'Seinus View Post
    I don't pay attention to what my wife normally feeds our kids. But during deer season, I know the kids flips the **** out while I am boning out deer meat. I usually throw all the scraps in a big bag, keep it in the fridge and give it to them raw. I think in the future I will start grinding some of it and freezing it, so I can ration it out longer. They goes ape shit for that stuff.

    During warmer weather... give them some of the frozen scraps for a icy, meaty summertime treat. I got that tip from Martha Stewart.
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    Eggs.

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    Originally Posted by McRib View Post
    Iams.
    Two birds, one stone.

    You're always thinkin', missy. I like it.
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    Originally Posted by Romulus View Post
    One egg, 1/2 cup egg whites, huge scoop of Syntha 6 vanilla protein, 1/4 cup oats, 1 banana, big sprinkle of cinnamon, capful of vanilla, and tbs of olive oil
    Really good recipe, I've tried a dozen others and this is my favorite
    I don't measure everything just eyeball it
    thanks

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    Originally Posted by Steve O'Seinus View Post
    I don't pay attention to what my wife normally feeds our kids. But during deer season, I know the kids flips the **** out while I am boning out deer meat. I usually throw all the scraps in a big bag, keep it in the fridge and give it to them raw. I think in the future I will start grinding some of it and freezing it, so I can ration it out longer. They goes ape shit for that stuff.
    I think I might have pissed myself by laughing so hard!
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    In before **** food forum . . .

    But my answer is crepes with fresh fruit and cottage cheese.

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    Originally Posted by suncoastsooner View Post
    In before **** food forum . . .

    But my answer is crepes with fresh fruit and cottage cheese.
    do you have kids or is this your breakfast

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    Originally Posted by soonersmc View Post
    you damn OW people are ruining everything.

    There is a food forum for thisngs like this!*

    *I am serious, nobody goes there...but it exists
    Originally Posted by suncoastsooner View Post
    In before **** food forum . . .

    But my answer is crepes with fresh fruit and cottage cheese.
    26 posts between this. Do you people* read other folks posts, or just post your own and not care what others have to say?

    *thats right i said YOU PEOPLE
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    Chocolate Cake.

    Eggs, Wheat, Milk, that's nutrition.


    <nod to bill>
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    Originally Posted by keefsmangledfingers View Post
    Chocolate Cake.

    Eggs, Wheat, Milk, that's nutrition.


    <nod to bill>
    Sadly, only like 4 people on here will get that you are great.
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    Originally Posted by mgsooner View Post
    At least you feed your kids better than your dogs, I guess.
    Well he didn't come from the shelter. I guess.

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    Originally Posted by KCRuf/Nek View Post
    Well he didn't come from the shelter. I guess.
    he came from kachina

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    Originally Posted by Aurora View Post
    do you have kids or is this your breakfast
    I have a seven year old daughter.

    It's the breakfast I wish I had.

    Originally Posted by soonersmc View Post
    26 posts between this. Do you people* read other folks posts, or just post your own and not care what others have to say?

    *thats right i said YOU PEOPLE
    Pretty much.
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    Originally Posted by keefsmangledfingers View Post
    Chocolate Cake.

    Eggs, Wheat, Milk, that's nutrition.


    <nod to bill>
    Dad is great, he gives us some chocolate cake.

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    Originally Posted by soonersmc View Post
    Sadly, only like 4 people on here will get that you are great.
    First time I heard it was on a record player

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    You see, I am dumb, but I am not so dumb.

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    Damn bacon!

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    Kashi berry flax and light soy milk.

    That's what I eat and if I had a kid he would eat the same.

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    Originally Posted by Romulus View Post
    First time I heard it was on a record player
    First time I saw that show was on an HBO special at someone's apartment in Norman. I couldn't tell you the name of another person who was in that apartment. I just remember a very thick haze of funny smelling smoke and a bunch of people laughing like Bill Cosby invented comedy.

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    Originally Posted by Mississippi Sooner View Post
    Damn bacon!
    in Mississippi don't they just feed kids carbs fried in lard =)

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    Originally Posted by DIB View Post
    Kashi berry flax and light soy milk.

    That's what I eat and if I had a kid he would eat the same.
    one of my favorite cold cereals but i drink unsweetened almond milk

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    Originally Posted by Aurora View Post
    in Mississippi don't they just feed kids carbs fried in lard =)
    When my company was still in Mississippi there was a little cafe down the road, and a bunch of guys in the factory would order breakfast from there every morning. It's a wonder any of them lived past 40. Everything that came out of that place was dripping in lard. I'm pretty sure if you ordered a slice of chocolate cake from there, it would be sitting in a greasy puddle.

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    Originally Posted by keefsmangledfingers View Post
    Chocolate Cake.

    Eggs, Wheat, Milk, that's nutrition.

    <nod to bill>
    Does it get any funnier?

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    Originally Posted by keefsmangledfingers View Post
    Chocolate Cake.

    Eggs, Wheat, Milk, that's nutrition.


    <nod to bill>
    If Keek tokes before he feeds them, chocolate cake. If he doesn't have the munchies, eggs.

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    oat meal with blue berries and cottage cheese glass of milk

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    Turkey bacon, cereal and chocolate milk.

    And a granola bar.

    And an apple fritter.

    And half a chocolate donut.

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    Originally Posted by texasblonde View Post
    Turkey bacon, cereal and chocolate milk.

    And a granola bar.

    And an apple fritter.

    And half a chocolate donut.
    Turkey Bacon? It's official . . . I am positive you're going to fail as a parent.

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    Originally Posted by suncoastsooner View Post
    Turkey Bacon? It's official . . . I am positive you're going to fail as a parent.
    When you don't cook, if someone makes you turkey bacon, you eat it.

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