Sunday, April 27, 2008

truth in advertising


I'm guessing they mean that it approximates the taste of real food. Mmm? Thanks, J.

7 comments:

Bryan said...

as opposed to imaginary?

badfae said...

As opposed to the usual camping fare. This doesn't bother me--in this case "real food" is an expression.

Kritter Krit said...

As opposed to plastic...or rubber?

kik said...

Obviously they're making a statement ... none of us really knows what real food tastes like any more. Not with all of the chemicals and additives, not to mention hormones, etc that are added to our food these days.


(snicker)

Kara said...

Aside from the "real food," I really enjoy that eggs that taste really good are new for 2008!

AKAinNJ said...

Love that it's large belly filling, too!

Beth said...

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