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Should wood workers start saving sawdust to make bread with?

It worked in other Communist country's. Princess. sad but true., But the point was living like Manure in Communism. Just love the stuff they put in food.

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In the last 5 years, I've visited China, Russia, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, and Romania. Based on what I saw there, I have reached these conclusions... More
Answered By: Miz T - 11/13/2012
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No... Actually it should be dirt, not sawdust.... Thanks for the TD whoever gave it to me...... Obviously you didnt know that in the Middle and Dark Ages, the poor actually ate dirt to fill their stomachs...Hey... but what do I know.... sheesh...
Answered By: Smilin'_Bob_The_Enzyte®_Guy - 11/13/2012
 
Don't whine yourself out too early; you've got to pace yourself over the next four years.
Answered By: Dave B. - 11/13/2012
 
Actually, the Soviet Union operated bakeries to hand out essentially "free" bread to people, because they realized they had no chance to avoid a revolt otherwise. Ironically, however, the quality of the bread and the quality of the service in state-owned bakeries became symbols of just how crappy life under socialism... More
Answered By: Arthur - 11/13/2012
 
Look at the ingredients on a lot of your food, you'll see a lot of them contain 'cellulose', which is actually wood pulp added as a cheap filler. It's illegal in many countries, but not in America because it means corporations can make a few more tenths of a cent profit per item by feeding wood pulp to people... More
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Answered By: Princess - 11/13/2012
 
you keep make your joke and one of this day when you wake up you will have your doomsday wish become true
Answered By: US Sheep - 11/13/2012
 
Why not? The American food industry does. You'll find wood in your mac and cheese mix, in your pre-formed burgers (especially if they're made with pink slime), hot dogs, and many other products. Wood is cellulose and is high in fiber and actually has nutritional value.
Answered By: Auntie Anne Arkey - 11/13/2012
 
4 years from now I look forward to hearing you explain why the republicans deserve the credit for the economic recovery.
Answered By: Brian B - 11/13/2012
 
No - the sausage makers already took it all.
Answered By: MartinG - 11/13/2012
 
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