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    Have you tried the Lay's dilled flavored chips?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweetie View Post
    Have you tried the Lay's dilled flavored chips?
    LOL that is what I thought each time I read about this pickle juice thing!
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    I've tried them and I don't like them..you would think I would, but I hated them
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    Watermelon with lime, salt and hot peppers or chili powder. Had this at a friend's house years ago and loved it.
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    I like to put peanut butter in Wonton Cup-O-Soup, with a little chinese hot oil to spice it up. So good!

    Sometimes, I put sour cream in a bowl of chili.

    I also like steak with bleu cheese dressing.

    I pour shrimp cocktail over cream cheese, and eat it with crackers.

    My fave is...I have a friend that makes curry banana pizza. Sounds foul but is very good! Originally from Sweden.
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    I eat bricks, chalk, tissue paper, masses of ice...seriously bowlfuls a day and plaster.

    Beat that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darksithbunny View Post
    French fries dipped in a vanilla milk shake.
    I eat that too. Or a Frosty from Wendy's. Dip the fries in. Yummm! Ever try potato chips and ice cream?
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    I just tried the french fries dipped into Wendy's frosty for the first time a few nights ago (because of this thread). I guess it's either and aquired taste or something you have to start doing at a young age to truly appreciate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lorelei View Post
    Sometimes, I put sour cream in a bowl of chili.
    I do that too, yummy. I like chilli and sour cream with potato wedges especially.
    I am a sour cream nut- i just love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kitson View Post
    I eat bricks, chalk, tissue paper, masses of ice...seriously bowlfuls a day and plaster.

    Beat that.

    It's called pica, usually caused by an iron deficiency.

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    Definition of pica - Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary

    Main Entry: 1pi·ca
    Pronunciation: 'pI-k&
    Function: noun
    Etymology: New Latin, from Latin, magpie -- more at PIE
    : an abnormal desire to eat substances (as chalk or ashes) not normally eaten
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    ^^^
    eating ice is also a sign of anemia.
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    oh i also dip my french fries in butter. yum i mean i used to
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    ^^^
    eating ice is also a sign of anemia.
    Yep.
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    My husband and his friends will drink beer with Clamato. I guess a lot of people do that, and the companies have caught on, because they now sell it that way.

    Oh, and when I used to work in fast food many moons ago, I liked to snack on pickles and bacon (no, I was not pregnant); I would take a pickle chip, wrap a piece of bacon around it and pop it in my mouth.

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    The beer drink is called a Chavela:

    "Chavela is a Cerveza preparada that is popular in Mexican restaurants as both a drink and as an appetizer if served with a garnish. It is made with tomato, V8 or Clamatojuice mixed with beer, and seasoned with Hot Sauce (i.e., Tabasco, Tapatio, Bufalo, etc.) It is served in an ice-cold salt-rimmed mug and garnished with crudite (carrot and celery sticks) and/or shrimp."

    My dad loves these. Anyhow my weird food would be salt on nectarines and salted plums inside my orange. Yum.
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