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View Poll Results: WHATS YOUR FAVORITE STARCH?
rice 5 26.32%
potatoe 6 31.58%
pasta 8 42.11%
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Old 03-01-2006, 11:42 AM   #1
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Question Which Do You Prefer?

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Old 03-01-2006, 11:46 AM   #2
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potato here. pasta would be my second choice
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Old 03-01-2006, 11:55 AM   #3
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Potato for me too. Its so versatile, you can put in almost any flavour, cook it so many different ways, can always taste good
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I said potato but..it's really a three way tie.

It all depends on what I'm hungry for and what way it's prepared.
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I said potato but..it's really a three way tie.

It all depends on what I'm hungry for and what way it's prepared.
Ditto. 100% agree. Really can't go wrong with any of them, IMHO!
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Right bigdog. White fluffy tastey yummy, lets have all three for dinner tonight.
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I said rice, I love my rice...
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Right bigdog. White fluffy tastey yummy, lets have all three for dinner tonight.
I'm game!
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Ohhhhh too hard to pick just one....Love all starches (sorry, Atkins and I just aren't good friends ) I clicked on rice but really I think it's a 3-way split
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yeppers, 3-way tie for sure!

had a super tasty twice-baked sweet potato for dinner tonight.

pasta is my most frequent 'what am i going to do now' meal after work.

but we can't forget the ***fantastic*** mixed-grain rice i get from the asian supermarket!
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