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  1. #35041
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    Had to get a standard drug test for the new gig this AM. I roasted and ate lots of beets last night to go with my turkey soup. When beets go in me, they color everything that comes out me. The nurse taking my sample gave me a hard, multi-beat side eye when I emerged from the restroom with hot pink pee in a cup.

    Guess we'll see if it does more than liven up the color scheme. I didn't think through my meal last night though!

  2. #35042
    Quote Originally Posted by bundabergdevil View Post
    Had to get a standard drug test for the new gig this AM. I roasted and ate lots of beets last night to go with my turkey soup. When beets go in me, they color everything that comes out me. The nurse taking my sample gave me a hard, multi-beat side eye when I emerged from the restroom with hot pink pee in a cup.

    Guess we'll see if it does more than liven up the color scheme. I didn't think through my meal last night though!
    Tell her you are in a fight club, but you can't talk about it.

  3. #35043
    I don't eat beets. They are like the 23rd best vegetable.

  4. #35044
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    Quote Originally Posted by YmoBeThere View Post
    I don't eat beets. They are like the 23rd best vegetable.
    Man, I think they’re great! Not the packaged stuff, fresh roasted. Toss em with blue cheese, walnuts, and a balsamic maple drizzle. Just like heaven.

  5. #35045
    Quote Originally Posted by YmoBeThere View Post
    I don't eat beets. They are like the 23rd best vegetable.
    I used to feel this way as well but I definitely love roasted beets. My mother used to boil brussel sprouts and they were absolutely gross. Now that I have learned the beauty of roasting those suckers they are my favorite vegetable. It's all in the preparation.

  6. #35046
    Quote Originally Posted by YmoBeThere View Post
    I don't eat beets. They are like the 23rd best vegetable.
    You haven't had my wife's borscht. Well, I assume you haven't.

    To be fair, it would be weird if you have.

  7. #35047
    Quote Originally Posted by Mtn.Devil.91.92.01.10.15 View Post
    You haven't had my wife's borscht. Well, I assume you haven't.

    To be fair, it would be weird if you have.
    It depends on the answer but this thread could take a super weird turn here in a bit.

  8. #35048
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    Boston area, OK, Newton, right by Heartbreak Hill
    Beets are delicious!! I eat all manner of beets, but, to be fair, I don't consume mass quantities in one sitting.

  9. #35049
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    Durham, NC
    I prefer pickled beets.

  10. #35050
    I do like pickles.

  11. #35051
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    Washington, DC area
    Quote Originally Posted by Bostondevil View Post
    Beets are delicious!! I eat all manner of beets, but, to be fair, I don't consume mass quantities in one sitting.
    Careful, or someone will start a Ymm, Beets thread.

    -jk

  12. #35052
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    Quote Originally Posted by -jk View Post
    Careful, or someone will start a Ymm, Beets thread.

    -jk
    You mean there isn't one already!?!

  13. #35053
    Maybe a Yecch, (insert food here) thread should be started for all those recent threads.

  14. #35054
    Quote Originally Posted by YmoBeThere View Post
    Maybe a Yecch, (insert food here) thread should be started for all those recent threads.
    I assume this was a setup for me and I am happy to take this. We already have it for turkey.

  15. #35055
    I used the term "Dutch oven" in one of the pronunciation threads. I was not discussing food.

  16. #35056
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    Quote Originally Posted by YmoBeThere View Post
    I do like pickles.
    Pickles are under appreciated. They can be a lot of fun, have a nice bit o’ garlic or zest and have a very satisfying crunch.

  17. #35057
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    Quote Originally Posted by YmoBeThere View Post
    Maybe a Yecch, (insert food here) thread should be started for all those recent threads.
    Would it be Yecch? Or Yuccck? Or perhaps Bleccch? Maybe Ew? Or Ugh?

  18. #35058
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    Washington, DC area
    I guess the convention would be ycch, as in Ycch, Beer

    -jk

  19. #35059
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    Quote Originally Posted by -jk View Post
    I guess the convention would be ycch, as in Ycch, Beer

    -jk
    Hmmmm. I'm now sure how to tackle Ycch from a pronunciation perspective. I don't think it would work just sort of going for it, ya know?

  20. #35060
    Quote Originally Posted by ClemmonsDevil View Post
    I used the term "Dutch oven" in one of the pronunciation threads. I was not discussing food.
    Jay was looking for a new cooking tool a couple days ago.

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