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2022-05-20 11:33:38 PM  
Nutella is gross. Do we need a video?
 
2022-05-20 11:39:19 PM  
I thought that said Nigella.

/I'm gonna need a minute
 
2022-05-21 12:32:58 AM  
Where's the half ton of palm oil?

/farking disgusting
//Unless it's spread on a crepe with fresh strawberries or cherries
///Or a spoonful mixed in a bowl of oatmeal
////Goddammit I have a Nutella problem
 
2022-05-21 1:46:08 AM  
Amazing Modern Sausage Production Factory, Fastest Pork Meat Cutting Processing Technology
Youtube MrQdVWGBbzA
 
2022-05-21 1:51:57 AM  
There is a brand called Nocilla that doesn't use palm oil. I haven't done a blind taste test, but I don't notice any difference.
 
2022-05-21 3:04:07 AM  
Well that was uninformative.

Here's another version
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfLz2DK9xo0
HOW IT's MADE NUTELLA | INSIDE THE FACTORY OF NUTELLA
159,100 views Feb 23, 2019 IN THIS VIDEO YOU WILL SEE HOW THEY MADE NUTELLA 2019 ENJOY WATCHING

© 2016-2021 TECHO All Rights Reserved

It uses 95% of the clips that made up TFA but in a different order. Since the clips come from the Nutella manufacturer I guess what is really copyrighted is their order.

The following version is slightly more informative and has different clips. Remember when they put the nuts in what looks like mini ice cube trays? That is a guillotine that cuts the nuts in half so they can be checked for worm infestation. (they don't say how many worms are acceptable).

I've cued the video to the guillotine segment.
How It's Made Nutella
Youtube iOcmGVM3mQ8

How It's Made Nutella
36,433 views Nov 4, 2016 How It's Made is a documentary television series that premiered on January 6, 2001 on the Discovery Channel (now known as Discovery Science in Canada, and Science in the UK.
 
2022-05-21 3:37:58 AM  

KB202: There is a brand called Nocilla that doesn't use palm oil. I haven't done a blind taste test, but I don't notice any difference.


Holly crap is that expensive in the US. I did find a smaller brand listed as an alternative on Amazon with no Palm oil, with a $2 coupon it was only 2.5x the cost of Nutella. I'll report back if it tastes better. I know at one point I tried the Smuckers version and was disappointed and went back to Nutella.
 
2022-05-21 3:46:37 AM  

HairBolus: Well that was uninformative.

Here's another version
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfLz2DK9xo0
HOW IT's MADE NUTELLA | INSIDE THE FACTORY OF NUTELLA
159,100 views Feb 23, 2019 IN THIS VIDEO YOU WILL SEE HOW THEY MADE NUTELLA 2019 ENJOY WATCHING
© 2016-2021 TECHO All Rights Reserved

It uses 95% of the clips that made up TFA but in a different order. Since the clips come from the Nutella manufacturer I guess what is really copyrighted is their order.

The following version is slightly more informative and has different clips. Remember when they put the nuts in what looks like mini ice cube trays? That is a guillotine that cuts the nuts in half so they can be checked for worm infestation. (they don't say how many worms are acceptable).

I've cued the video to the guillotine segment.[iFrame https://www.youtube.com/embed/iOcmGVM3mQ8?autoplay=1&widget_referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.fark.com&start=89&enablejsapi=1&origin=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.fark.com&widgetid=1]
How It's Made Nutella
36,433 views Nov 4, 2016 How It's Made is a documentary television series that premiered on January 6, 2001 on the Discovery Channel (now known as Discovery Science in Canada, and Science in the UK.


I like how they imply it's really only bad if the worms "go off"
otherwise, hey, extra serving of toasted protein!

KB202: There is a brand called Nocilla that doesn't use palm oil. I haven't done a blind taste test, but I don't notice any difference.


we've gotten knock-offs from ALDI, dollar tree, ocean state job lot, that all seem to have marginally healthier ingredients (less oil, less sugar, more cocoa more hazelnuts more milk) and at a fraction of the price. but oh no! it's stodgy and hard to spread *gasp* however will we live!
 
2022-05-21 3:54:28 AM  
and speaking of "stodgy," exemple par excellence at the far diametric -

http://www.eastoftheweb.com/short-stories/UBooks/FilStu.shtml
 
2022-05-21 7:01:29 AM  

robodog: KB202: There is a brand called Nocilla that doesn't use palm oil. I haven't done a blind taste test, but I don't notice any difference.

Holly crap is that expensive in the US. I did find a smaller brand listed as an alternative on Amazon with no Palm oil, with a $2 coupon it was only 2.5x the cost of Nutella. I'll report back if it tastes better. I know at one point I tried the Smuckers version and was disappointed and went back to Nutella.


Nutella from Italy is cocoa butter instead. Glass jars too.

My local bakery carries it. Much better for about an extra buck. Worth it for something that will last forever in the pantry
 
2022-05-21 7:46:16 AM  

KB202: There is a brand called Nocilla that doesn't use palm oil. I haven't done a blind taste test, but I don't notice any difference.


I switched to Nocilla a while ago due to the palm oil. I don't eat it, my kids grumbled a little at first, but accepted it readily enough.
 
2022-05-21 8:47:23 AM  
The palm oil they put in it is destroying native plants and rainforests. So remember, when you eat Nutella, you're making the world a worse place.
 
2022-05-21 1:34:40 PM  

KB202: There is a brand called Nocilla that doesn't use palm oil. I haven't done a blind taste test, but I don't notice any difference.


That stuff is really good.

I like Nutella too. I'm conflicted about the palm oil, but God help me, it's so freakin' tasty.
 
2022-05-21 4:00:59 PM  
Nutella is chocolate cake frosting that happens to have hazelnuts in it.
 
2022-05-21 6:42:57 PM  
Misread that as "You don't really want to know the making of sausages, laws or Nigella"
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2022-05-21 7:56:10 PM  
Making your own sausage is the best way to make sure.

If you already have a mixer then all you need is the grinder attachment, some intestines, and whatever you're putting in them.

Sheep for links and pork for full sausages.

The other way is to find a butcher you trust.
 
2022-05-21 10:55:39 PM  
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Kraft makes an excellent one and no palm oil is actually a selling point.
 
2022-05-21 11:04:42 PM  

frankb00th: [Fark user image image 425x425]
Kraft makes an excellent one and no palm oil is actually a selling point.


At least on Amazon that's nearly as expensive as the boutique ones @ $0.79/oz and you have to buy a bigger jar to try.

/And it's got skim milk powder so it won't work for me even if I found it cheap
//Just realized so does Nutella
///That's probably why I haven't been eating it much in the last few years
 
2022-05-22 12:43:26 AM  

NathanAllen: Making your own sausage is the best way to make sure.

If you already have a mixer then all you need is the grinder attachment, some intestines, and whatever you're putting in them.

Sheep for links and pork for full sausages.

The other way is to find a butcher you trust.


Just what are you personally imagining to be the ingredients of Nutella?
 
2022-05-22 3:08:45 AM  

BlazeTrailer: NathanAllen: Making your own sausage is the best way to make sure.

If you already have a mixer then all you need is the grinder attachment, some intestines, and whatever you're putting in them.

Sheep for links and pork for full sausages.

The other way is to find a butcher you trust.

Just what are you personally imagining to be the ingredients of Nutella?


mairzy doats and dozy doats and liddle lamzy divey
a kiddley divey too, wouldn't you?
 
2022-05-22 9:53:04 AM  

tintar: BlazeTrailer: NathanAllen: Making your own sausage is the best way to make sure.

If you already have a mixer then all you need is the grinder attachment, some intestines, and whatever you're putting in them.

Sheep for links and pork for full sausages.

The other way is to find a butcher you trust.

Just what are you personally imagining to be the ingredients of Nutella?

mairzy doats and dozy doats and liddle lamzy divey
a kiddley divey too, wouldn't you?


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