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Offline Ranger99

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Kraft foods and what they call cheese
« on: November 20, 2020, 01:25:40 PM »
Or more specifically, pepper jack cheese.
My goodness what in blue hades has
happened to the good stuff Kraft foods
used to make?!?!?
50 years ago, their BBQ sauce was as good
as any store-bought you could find.
Then, their mayonnaise, their ketchup, and I
guess everything else has reduced zing, and
replaced with industrial strength bland.
Most all the stores around here either have
store brand stuff, or mex or south american
food products. I happened to be out away from
the hood the other day, and bought a few
items, one of which was some Kraft pepper
jack cheese. Well that was a waste of money.
Need to re-label it Kraft hurriedly thrown together
extra bland white colored cheese stuff.

What's happened to all the food items that
used to be top drawer and number one on
everyone's grocery list? Seems once they go
big time corporate, food manufacturers and
eating joints go rapidly down the pooper

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Re: Kraft foods and what they call cheese
« Reply #1 on: November 20, 2020, 06:14:21 PM »
   Same thing happened to me .  I was really found of Johnsonville Brats  then they were bought out by another company ,their name escapes me at the moment , but they really watered down the taste .  a lot of buyers remorse  in the grocery store  for me these days .

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Re: Kraft foods and what they call cheese
« Reply #2 on: November 22, 2020, 05:10:56 PM »
Haven't seen any johnsonville
products around here in a while.
The last time I bought some
bratwurst, it was just slightly less
flavorful than cheap baloney.
If you don't want chorizo or tripe
or preseasoned taco meat, you're
kinda SOL in this neighborhood.
I can make decent sausage, so I
do fair on that. Lotsa poke chops
and such to be had . Decent ground

Too bad about the big name producers
playing off their former reputation
though.  Used to be you never had to
worry about such stuff.
It's getting to be all too common


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Re: Kraft foods and what they call cheese
« Reply #3 on: November 25, 2020, 01:30:06 PM »
I think as we get older our taste changes, on cheese I find that Kraft classic American is not bad the singles are pure junk the beef now is loaded with so many additives that I can hardly stand it that is why when I remove a package of Deer from my freezer  all that is on the package is Deer. About as organic as can be had, same with the fish in my farm pond. I go to walmart and order some sliced meet at the deli counter and it taste like shoe leather. It is no wonder that we have health problems could it be from all the processed food that we eat? Produce as well as food that we buy is produced to look good and have a long shelf life. This year there was a local neighbor that was selling tomatoes out of his garden, I bought some and I must say it was the first time in years that the tomato tasted like a tomato.

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