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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by PL PL wrote:

My point is that, how is added sucrose any different to the sucrose already present in the Tomato? The only major thing is that refined sugars have been stripped of other nutrients so that all that remains is the sucrose; in fact, plenty of studies suggest it's the micro-nutrient deficiencies that cause problems more than anything to do with carbs.


Ketchup has added sugar in it.

Hunts probably more so than Heinz.

You can taste the difference between the two.

Hunts is very sweet tasting, while Heinz is tart & vinegary tasting.


WinkThank You for 'cutting to the chase' and skipping the fancy scientific explanations, ol'Mule. Being one who LOVES tomatoes, I'm a 'Heinz' fan.


Just to say, chasing detailed data is how we learn, and become in charge of forming our own, not arbitrary conclusions.  Opposite of buying into anyone's pronouncements who demands we cut to the chase and is like "Jus believe ME" (READ: U don need details, I am the sage of the Universe).

Important concept in all of life, I think!!!  All despots are The Enemy.
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Originally posted by FocusedinNYC FocusedinNYC wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by PL PL wrote:

My point is that, how is added sucrose any different to the sucrose already present in the Tomato? The only major thing is that refined sugars have been stripped of other nutrients so that all that remains is the sucrose; in fact, plenty of studies suggest it's the micro-nutrient deficiencies that cause problems more than anything to do with carbs.


Ketchup has added sugar in it.

Hunts probably more so than Heinz.

You can taste the difference between the two.

Hunts is very sweet tasting, while Heinz is tart & vinegary tasting.


WinkThank You for 'cutting to the chase' and skipping the fancy scientific explanations, ol'Mule. Being one who LOVES tomatoes, I'm a 'Heinz' fan.


Just to say, chasing detailed data is how we learn, and become in charge of forming our own, not arbitrary conclusions.  Opposite of buying into anyone's pronouncements who demands we cut to the chase and is like "Jus believe ME" (READ: U don need details, I am the sage of the Universe).

Important concept in all of life, I think!!!  All despots are The Enemy.
WinkYea, yea, yea...o.k. fine. I'm a scientist, also - trust me - already know these things (and, HEY! For the 'DID YOU KNOW?' show - that ol'Mule actually was an PROFESSIONAL EDUCATOR?!Wink). All I'm saying is we already know what's safe and hasn't killed us yet...we're actually wise enough to make educated choices and we already know what we like - but heck! THANK YOU for the concern, anyway - no joke!Wink
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Quote Jus believe ME" (READ: U don need details, I am the sage of the Universe).


Well, with me, that is actually true.

Jes' sayin...



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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Quote Jus believe ME" (READ: U don need details, I am the sage of the Universe).


Well, with me, that is actually true.

Jes' sayin...





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^And I'm NOT a big fan of those that seem to speak in a condescending manner...
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Originally posted by FocusedinNYC FocusedinNYC wrote:

I am a big fan of sardonicism. Smile


How about facetiousness?

I like that one too.

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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

^And I'm NOT a big fan of those that seem to speak in a condescending manner...


May I ask to whom this is directed?  I see nobody in this thread guilty of that.
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by FocusedinNYC FocusedinNYC wrote:

I am a big fan of sardonicism. Smile


How about facetiousness?

I like that one too.



Yep....essentially the same.Smile
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Originally posted by FocusedinNYC FocusedinNYC wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

^And I'm NOT a big fan of those that seem to speak in a condescending manner...


May I ask to whom this is directed?  I see nobody in this thread guilty of that.
May I suggest you read what you write and consider those who will read the same? How and what you say may be construed in assorted manners (of course, you expect that).
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Originally posted by FocusedinNYC FocusedinNYC wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

^And I'm NOT a big fan of those that seem to speak in a condescending manner...


May I ask to whom this is directed?  I see nobody in this thread guilty of that.
May I suggest you read what you write and consider those who will read the same? How and what you say may be construed in assorted manners (of course, you expect that).


Sigh.  Forgive me, methinks thou dost protest too much (and without justification).  Not long ago here, I posted railing against despots and authoritarian everything.  When people are moved BY DEFAULT to offer specifics, it means we honor others as equals; it's a sign of RESPECT.


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Focused appears to be focused on only one thing. Themself.
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Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:

Focused appears to be focused on only one thing. Themself.
WinkUnderstood, Sarge.
Some things we learn, or pick up, over the course of a lifetime...
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Personally I don't know what either of you are talking about.

You all seem to be bugged over an innocent comment she made to me.

Only on the internet can a group of people get irate over ketchup.



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Confused
What?
I have a short span of attention and have suffered from short-term memory loss over very long periods of time.
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Are there any weirdo freaks here at CIH who call it catsup?

C'mon!  Be honest!  We won't mock you.


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This is what I call cat sup...



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I call it catsup, only because ketchup makes me think of fetch up...:P
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Or retch up.

Damn.

Wish I'd a thought of that in Jr high school!!!

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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:


Are there any weirdo freaks here at CIH who call it catsup?

C'mon!  Be honest!  We won't mock you.



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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

This is what I call cat sup...





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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Or retch up.

Damn.

Wish I'd a thought of that in Jr high school!!!



retch up sounds like something Scooby Doo would say!
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Ruh-rohhh!!!
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That stupid humming makes my OWWW! Turn that $#!7 down!
Not to mention that when granny squirts her almost-depleted bottle of ketchup, it sounds like she's shiitting her Depends. Dead

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