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Fat-Free Foods - YUCK!

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by ExxoticOne, Dec 25, 2003.

  1. So a bunch of us are sitting around waiting for the "real meal" to be served and my "well intentioned" girlfriend brings over a "no-fat" fat cookies, no-fat chips, no-fat dip, no fat-creamer, etc...

    I watched the look on her face as she took her first bites...;P She did not look too thrilled...

    I've just tasted fat-free sour cream/onion dip for the first (and last) time...

    I am watching her gingerly throw everything into the trash...;f

    Eggnog for everyone!!!! Yeah!!!!;H ;8

  2. 45acp4me

    45acp4me Pissed puppet

    May 11, 2001
    Farmington, MI
    Jello brand sugar and fat free chocolate pudding is actually *very* good. I was shocked the first time I tried it, it's almost exactly the same as the original.

  3. gudel


    Jun 1, 2001
    it's women's thing. ;f
  4. jawjaboy

    jawjaboy Casual lead ho

    Mar 1, 2002
    RFD South Georgia
    The only fat free food that I REALLY like is Kraft Fat Free Italian Dressing. It's better than the original as a marinaide for meats. However, it's not my favorite salad dressing.
  5. MrsKitty


    Mar 23, 2003
    I know I am rather quirkey, but I do like fat free sour cream;P;e

    Fat free foods....Food Forum? Hmm....;)
  6. 23skidoo

    23skidoo Deceased

    May 23, 2002
    Big Chimney, WV
    I'm with you Exxotic One. Fat free anything usually is accompanied by a chorus of "blech" noises....nasty. If the very midst of a dumbass attack a few years ago I decided to make a fat free cheesecake. I purchased fat free cream cheese and fat free sour cream, used egg beaters instead of the real thing....baked the aforementioned concoction just like a real cheese cake and bingo! Nasty cheese something or the other for everyone! Never again.
  7. another okie

    another okie

    Apr 4, 2000
    Fat-free (skim) milk is not too bad if you put about four tablespoons of Hershey's syrup in a glass of it. (Hershey's is also fat-free.)

    Fat-free yogurt is OK.

    Lay's fat free Wow chips are not too bad, at least some varieties.

    Archway makes a fat-free oatmeal raisin cookie which is very good.