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    Posted: 28 February 2013 at 1:56pm
Originally posted by agentwhale007 agentwhale007 wrote:


Finally, Dunkin Donuts is miles and miles better than Krispy Kreme. I will never understand the fascination around Krispy Kreme. 

You sir, as your beard presumes, are a misinformed heathen.  


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My thoughts on various things in this thread: 

1) PopTarts. I never buy them, but I do enjoy them if I'm at someone's house and they offer me one, or if they're in the random stack of stuff you sometimes get in a hotel breakfast. Entenmanns used to have the best version of the toaster-ready-square-pastry-thing. I really only like the fruit flavored ones, for some reason the s'mores or cinnamon ones don't sit well with me. I don't really care about frosting one way or another. They're also good broken up over ice cream if you're really feeling like killing yourself. 

2) Donuts. I cannot stand donuts for breakfast. I don't generally like sweet breakfasts all that much, the sweetest I do is Peanut Butter Crunch, but that's because I really like peanut butter. My general go-to breakfast is Rice Crispies with a sliced banana. But, I do really like donuts as a dessert food, and I wish they were more acceptable as a dessert. I also know I'm weird because of this, but I really prefer cake donuts to yeast donuts, probably because I mostly eat donuts as a dessert food, and cake donuts are more like cake. Finally, Dunkin Donuts is miles and miles better than Krispy Kreme. I will never understand the fascination around Krispy Kreme. 
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Originally posted by BARREL BREAK BARREL BREAK wrote:

Since no one is on the subject... Anyone have any ideas for a high fiber breakfast that isn't sweet?

Bran flakes are the biggest breakfast bang to buck that's not sweet. 

Maybe cooked barley? I've never had barley for breakfast but it might be good with an egg on it. 
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Eh, bagels certainly aren't high in fiber, unless they're some abomination that shouldn't be called a bagel (note: anything that is not a montreal style bagel doesn't deserve to be called a bagel, which means I haven't eaten a bagel in about 2 years. This morning attempted something I've long contemplated but been too skeptical to try: savory oatmeal. Went simple for a first attempt, fried tomato and egg, bacon, dill. 

Verdict? Not bad, definitely worth giving another try. Next time I'm thinking sauteed garlic and maybe shallot in the oats.

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You could do a bagel or a muffin or something. A lot of them are high in fiber and they don't have to be sweet. My fiance finds herself in the same situation.
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Since no one is on the subject... Anyone have any ideas for a high fiber breakfast that isn't sweet? I just can't do sweet breakfast, but oatmeal is the one surefire way to get a big dose of fiber, it seems. Am I gonna have to become even more of a young old man and go with metamucil?
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Originally posted by Mack Mack wrote:

Originally posted by SSOK SSOK wrote:

Thing with toaster strudels is, is it possible to actually
cook the stupid things without leaving the center frozen or burning the
outside.


Only if you let them set out to thaw a while first.



There's no time for that sort of behavior with a toaster strudel! If you have time to sit and let the damn thing thaw, you clearly have time to make a decent breakfast.
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Originally posted by scotchyscotch scotchyscotch wrote:

On the subject of doughnuts, Krispy Kremes had a test stall in one of the shopping centres down the road from me. 

This sums it up and n response I have decided I'm not going to deal with people any more.
I can eat them in a pinch, but no matter what there is an aftertaste that comes with eating them.  Almost like drinking diet soda.  Just something not right about it.  Now, a family-owned Hinkley's doughnut.  That's the stuff...
 
 
Anytime I've ever gone there, the doughnuts are always warm in the display case having only been there 5 minutes or less.  Warm, soft and doughy goodness only a diabetic would hate...
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Originally posted by RoboCop RoboCop wrote:

I've been thinking of toaster strudels this whole time. Surprised someone finally mentioned it.
I find the Pisbury product inedible.  Poptarts > Toaster Strudel
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Krispi-Creme donuts inhale deeply, take the teeth right out of your mouth as too sweet. Being a serious diabetic I 'cheat' no and then, but these things are a death warrent. I miss my Dunkin Donuts, there are some that I can eat without a massive short term fast acting insulin shot.

We have a few LeMar's a poor attempt at a Dunkin Donuts, and donut shops really do not exsist here in Lincoln, NE. Coffee Shops try, and fail regularly.
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Originally posted by stratoaxe stratoaxe wrote:

Krispy Kreme is like sex for me, only I don't have to pay anyone or go to court.

Shame they've all closed down around here

If they catch you stealing the doughnuts then you'll end up in court soon enough. 
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Krispy Kreme is like sex for me, only I don't have to pay anyone or go to court.

Shame they've all closed down around here
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Slightly funny story about Krispy Kreme. In middle school, I got 2 coupons for 6 free donuts. They said only one can be redeemed at a time. I went with my mom and we went up and said we would like to get 12 free donuts. The cashier said no, only one can be redeemed per visit. So we thought, man this will be a slight annoyance to get them, go back to our car, then have to come back. Then we thought, hey, I can take 6 and my mom can take 6. Cashiers looked defeated and gave us our 12 donuts. They are good though and it's cool to see them being made in store. The glazed donuts just melt in your mouth.

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Originally posted by Yomillio Yomillio wrote:

Originally posted by scotchyscotch scotchyscotch wrote:

On the subject of doughnuts, Krispy Kremes had a test stall in one of the shopping centres down the road from me. 

This sums it up and n response I have decided I'm not going to deal with people any more.

The exact same phenomena occurred when our state got our first Krispy Kreme franchise.  Apparently, the goodness of Krispy Kremes are worldwide.


In highschool a Krispy Kremes opened up nearby and it too was really crowded when it opened.  It actually went out of business about a year later though.
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Originally posted by SSOK SSOK wrote:

Thing with toaster strudels is, is it possible to actually cook the stupid things without leaving the center frozen or burning the outside.


Only if you let them set out to thaw a while first.
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Originally posted by scotchyscotch scotchyscotch wrote:

On the subject of doughnuts, Krispy Kremes had a test stall in one of the shopping centres down the road from me. 

This sums it up and n response I have decided I'm not going to deal with people any more.

The exact same phenomena occurred when our state got our first Krispy Kreme franchise.  Apparently, the goodness of Krispy Kremes are worldwide.
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