Box Mac-n-cheese Expiration Date?

Britesea

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My mom is French, and during WWII times were lean indeed. She never completely lost that, and I can remember any time we had chicken you were expected to eat every vestige of edible, including the cartilage. To this day, I don't really like to eat chicken in public, because people get a little weirded out when I eat a chicken wing, lol.
 

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My mom is French, and during WWII times were lean indeed. She never completely lost that, and I can remember any time we had chicken you were expected to eat every vestige of edible, including the cartilage. To this day, I don't really like to eat chicken in public, because people get a little weirded out when I eat a chicken wing, lol.

i lived with someone for a while who ate everything off the bones like that. to me not wasting anything off a chicken just means we eat the meat and then i bury whatever is left in a garden. i really don't like throwing anything away that might give some worms happiness and more playground opportunities (the worms go in, the worms go out, the worms play pinochle on your snout...) along with helping the garden soil to improve.
 

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i really don't like throwing anything away that might give some worms happiness and more playground opportunities (the worms go in, the worms go out, the worms play pinochle on your snout...) along with helping the garden soil to improve.

Thanks for that. That song may now be stuck in my head
 
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