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    Default The 30,000 calorie sandwich

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    Edited b/c of pictures-making them show up and thumbnailed
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    "Oregeno 50 grams 438"

    50 grams of Oregano has 438 calories?
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    how do 15 mushrooms have over 400 calories?

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    So did he fry the Oregano as well?

    At any rate...ewwww!!!! Deep fried lunch meat, nice. I better not let my husband see this thread, he may get some 'good' ideas.
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    Good lord, this would kill me. Like literally, drop over and die from the pain in my intestines.

    So anyone with death threats for me-you have found a way and it only costs $50!

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    I need to keep Mr. Gator away from that web page or quicker than you can moan "heart attack" he'll be begging me to make one for him.

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    Sorry, usually I thumbnail, I forgot!

    Yeah, not sure about his math, and canola oil is actually good for you - but I guess calorie counters beware!

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    canola's not good it's full of omega 6 and unchained linoleics (i think) which is not good in any sort of way. good cooking oils are grapeseed oil, it has a low smoking point, lots of antioxidants and good fats. linseed, safflower, canola, corn, etc, are not good for you. olive oil, avocado, and yes, coconut oil are great. coconut is very good to cook with too, almost as good as butter in terms of going rancid in heat and changing chemical form (which is not good). the other oils besides coconut. grapeseed and some few others should be left raw.

    ok there's someone in the room that smells like pee and i can't think striaght

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    Crap, here I've been buying canola instead of vegetable oil or corn oil, thinking it was a tad better. Not that I use oil very often, and I try to use olive oil when I can...but there are times that olive oil just won't cut it!
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    Hmm. I've read a lot of rumors about canola, and all that I've looked up on it, it's been debunked. Usually, I try to use EVOO, but on occasion, I use canola when I need regular oil.

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    don't heat olive oil, it's very bad heated to high temps. get grapeseed or use coconut for cooking, or even use butter, (sparingly of course). those fats have very low 'smoking temperatures'..basically the higher the smoking temperature the more heat it can handle and the less it'll 'transform' into something you don't really want to be eating

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    So is drizzling olive oil on something before baking it at 350 bad? I'll never get this stuff right.
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    yup drizzling olive oil is very good. olive oil is very healthy, just not when it's heated heating it destroys it's 'fat bonds' and makes it unhealthy.

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    Whoooaaaa!!!

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    So, it took him 12 hours to eat it. I'm going to assume (hope) that he didn't eat it all by himself, but what the hell happens to your insides if you eat something like that in one day?

    I feel a little nauseous.

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