Foods You Just Can't Keep At Home

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    Well, sadly, and even though I have "mind over matter" capacity, I can't seem to stay out of peanut butter or ice cream, if I know they are in the house. It will always take more than a small amount to satisfy my cravings. :eek: I just don't buy them.

    Are there any foods you just will not keep in close proximity? :)
     
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    I put peanut butter in my ice cream.
     
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    I just put on ten years...lol.
     
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    Honeybuns. If they are in the house they won't last a day. Just can't help it. So they stay at the store.
     
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    Chitterlings, won't keep em in the house let alone buy them. WHEW do they stink!
     
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    I keep aboput 6 months worth of non persihable food at my home.
    I have about 6 dozen honeybuns in the freezer, prolly about 10 gal of ice cream, about 10 lbs of hershey bars, 30 or so pints of assorted jams and jellies, etc...
    Plus most of a hog and about 1/4 of a beef critter.

    I want what I want to eat to be available when I want it.

    I am about 5'9" and 165 lbs.
     
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    Hershey's Milk Chocolate candy bars. Very short life span here.
     
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    Now that's a lot of security...lol. *Bon Appetit* :)
     

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