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(TreeHugger)   Remember when chocolate milk was made with actual chocolate and not peanut waste?   (treehugger.com) divider line
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798 clicks; posted to Food » on 19 Aug 2020 at 8:42 AM (15 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2020-08-19 2:42:35 AM  
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2020-08-19 3:41:39 AM  
Healthier chocolate sounds like a good deal to me.
 
2020-08-19 5:50:02 AM  
Milk chocolate.
 
2020-08-19 7:10:34 AM  
Mmmmmm pressed peanut sweeping
 
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2020-08-19 7:51:37 AM  
(Responding to the "chocolate milk" headline instead of the "milk chocolate" article.) I remember drinking chocolate milk out of cartons when I was a kid. I bet boxed chocolate milk would be disgusting to me now, the same way Spaghetti-Os changed from wonder food to WTF was little me thinking?
 
2020-08-19 8:48:57 AM  

ZAZ: (Responding to the "chocolate milk" headline instead of the "milk chocolate" article.) I remember drinking chocolate milk out of cartons when I was a kid. I bet boxed chocolate milk would be disgusting to me now, the same way Spaghetti-Os changed from wonder food to WTF was little me thinking?


Only boxed Mac and Cheese is eternal.
 
2020-08-19 8:51:14 AM  
Pepperidge Farms remembers.
 
2020-08-19 9:02:47 AM  
If it tastes even remotely like chocolate my kids just don't give a damn.
 
2020-08-19 9:51:58 AM  
Now I'm hungry for some gas station biscuits and chocolate milk.

/don't judge me!
 
2020-08-19 10:41:08 AM  
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2020-08-19 11:34:40 AM  
Chocolate milk?

Two words:

Pennsic Crack.

That shiat was da bomb dot com!
 
2020-08-19 11:45:36 AM  
Oh, good! Here I was, wondering if my friends with dangerously-sensitive peanut allergies could die from chugging chocolate milk - a product for which you wouldn't even think of looking for peanuts in its ingredients list - because some asshole wanted to make money from the shiat that comes from pressing peanut oil.

Cannot farking wait. "Hey, we checked the powder & didn't find any allergens, so we're good, right?" *chug, urk, thud* "Huh. Maybe not..."
 
2020-08-19 11:56:15 AM  
Subby really farked up the reading comprehension, but while we're on the subject of chocolate milk I find the best kind is still simply 2% or whole milk with chocolate syrup stirred in just before drinking.  All of the premade stuff in stores seems too thick and sugary.
 
2020-08-19 11:59:06 AM  
I would think most schools wouldn't be allowed this being it would be a peanut based allergen source, so they wouldn't want to serve it.
 
2020-08-19 12:04:17 PM  

Merltech: I would think most schools wouldn't be allowed this being it would be a peanut based allergen source, so they wouldn't want to serve it.


The article claims that the powder produced from peanut skins has no allergens - at least the tests indicated such - so I'm sure we'll get at least one round of it served.

Y'know, until the lawsuits start.
 
2020-08-19 12:06:09 PM  

Gordon Bennett: Milk chocolate.


Yep, but it'll get used for chocolate products, probably including chocolate milk.

Given how we adulterate chocolate at this point in general, I'm surprised anything made with "chocolate" in the U.S. is allowed to be called such when exported.
 
2020-08-19 12:32:12 PM  
Add fish scales and soy waste to it as well
 
2020-08-19 1:01:28 PM  

FormlessOne: Merltech: I would think most schools wouldn't be allowed this being it would be a peanut based allergen source, so they wouldn't want to serve it.

The article claims that the powder produced from peanut skins has no allergens - at least the tests indicated such - so I'm sure we'll get at least one round of it served.

Y'know, until the lawsuits start.


Tell that to the snowflakes parents and their lawyers.
 
2020-08-19 1:43:02 PM  
What part of the peanut is the waste.
 
2020-08-19 1:50:17 PM  

KarmicDisaster: What part of the peanut is the waste.


You eat the skins?
 
2020-08-19 1:56:37 PM  
[reads TFA]Although I seem to have lost my taste for American-made milk chocolate, that's actually a clever idea.

Dairy milk chocolate is a nice, nostalgic treat though.
 
2020-08-19 2:33:17 PM  

Merltech: FormlessOne: Merltech: I would think most schools wouldn't be allowed this being it would be a peanut based allergen source, so they wouldn't want to serve it.

The article claims that the powder produced from peanut skins has no allergens - at least the tests indicated such - so I'm sure we'll get at least one round of it served.

Y'know, until the lawsuits start.

Tell that to the snowflakes parents and their lawyers.


It's all laughing and shame, till you catch a adult allergy
 
2020-08-19 2:43:28 PM  

ZAZ: (Responding to the "chocolate milk" headline instead of the "milk chocolate" article.) I remember drinking chocolate milk out of cartons when I was a kid. I bet boxed chocolate milk would be disgusting to me now, the same way Spaghetti-Os changed from wonder food to WTF was little me thinking?


Ha, milk was 6 cents, chocolate milk was 7 cents. What a treat! And canned beef ravioli was my favorite. Now I can't imagine eating that stuff, though maybe nostalgia would override my tastebuds.
 
2020-08-19 6:41:50 PM  

ZAZ: (Responding to the "chocolate milk" headline instead of the "milk chocolate" article.) I remember drinking chocolate milk out of cartons when I was a kid. I bet boxed chocolate milk would be disgusting to me now, the same way Spaghetti-Os changed from wonder food to WTF was little me thinking?


I liked this one back in the 80's, it was better than the crap at school, but like you say I might not thinks o
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2020-08-19 6:45:10 PM  

Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadu: Subby really farked up the reading comprehension, but while we're on the subject of chocolate milk I find the best kind is still simply 2% or whole milk with chocolate syrup stirred in just before drinking.  All of the premade stuff in stores seems too thick and sugary.


Yes... with ice cold whole milk. ohhhhhh.... I'll be in my kitchen.
 
2020-08-19 7:55:17 PM  

stamped human bacon: Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadu: Subby really farked up the reading comprehension, but while we're on the subject of chocolate milk I find the best kind is still simply 2% or whole milk with chocolate syrup stirred in just before drinking.  All of the premade stuff in stores seems too thick and sugary.

Yes... with ice cold whole milk. ohhhhhh.... I'll be in my kitchen.


I personally find it better when I toss it in a Boston shaker vs just stirring. makes for a better mix although it does foam a bit.
 
2020-08-19 8:16:59 PM  

EvilEgg: ZAZ: (Responding to the "chocolate milk" headline instead of the "milk chocolate" article.) I remember drinking chocolate milk out of cartons when I was a kid. I bet boxed chocolate milk would be disgusting to me now, the same way Spaghetti-Os changed from wonder food to WTF was little me thinking?

Only boxed Mac and Cheese is eternal.


I wish.  They changed the formula after all those mommy blog people complained about whatever chemical it was that made it neon and delicious.
 
2020-08-19 8:43:00 PM  
This shiat is so good it should be illegal.
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2020-08-19 8:55:33 PM  

Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadu: KarmicDisaster: What part of the peanut is the waste.

You eat the skins?


I dunno, it's dark!
 
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