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Old 07-07-2009, 08:27 PM   #1
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Protose

Please, can anyone tell me what Protose is?

I think it is vegetarian and something to do with potatoes.

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Old 07-07-2009, 08:36 PM   #2
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Please, can anyone tell me what Protose is?

I think it is vegetarian and something to do with potatoes.

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Advoca - Here you go:

Protose@Everything2.com

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Old 07-08-2009, 12:29 AM   #4
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Something my momma use to say "there's no accounting for taste".
I thought about that in another place and thread today when a lady was saying she likes steak sauce and butter with her steak (even if a good one), and her husband likes all his steaks still mooing, but puts lot's of ketchup on all of them.

I just sigh, but realize if it's out there, someone will like it their way, that I wouldn't. Nothing wrong with diversity.

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Old 07-08-2009, 06:06 AM   #5
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Something my momma use to say "there's no accounting for taste".
I thought about that in another place and thread today when a lady was saying she likes steak sauce and butter with her steak (even if a good one), and her husband likes all his steaks still mooing, but puts lot's of ketchup on all of them.

I just sigh, but realize if it's out there, someone will like it their way, that I wouldn't. Nothing wrong with diversity.

Bob
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I went to a steakhouse once with some co-workers and when the waitress asked one of my co-workers how he wanted his steak, his exact words were... "Just knock off it's horns, wipe it's butt and throw it on a plate." After I died from embarrassment, as I was sitting next to him I had to endure the whole bottle of ketchup thing also. UGH!
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Old 07-08-2009, 06:38 AM   #6
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Casper,
I went to a steakhouse once with some co-workers and when the waitress asked one of my co-workers how he wanted his steak, his exact words were... "Just knock off it's horns, wipe it's butt and throw it on a plate." After I died from embarrassment, as I was sitting next to him I had to endure the whole bottle of ketchup thing also. UGH!

I agree, that would have been a little more graphic then was needed. He could have just said still mooing off the grill or some such :-)

I also don't understand the ketchup on a good steak. But like I said, <sigh>, and just be glad it wasn't at your house where you just wasted a perfectly good $9 strip or rib-eye where a $2 round steak would have been appreciated to the same degree :-S

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Thanks Bob. It sounds awful. Not for me!
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Some of my friends never get steak when they come for dinner because of their preferences.
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And I thought tofu jerky was gross!
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