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Old 09-04-2008, 03:51 PM   #1
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Have any of you guys tried Johnsonville Turkey or Turkey Cheddar brats? I've always been a brat person, homemade usually, but these are really tasty. I can hardly believe it's turkey.
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I don't think many people achieve "whole foods" perfection, I know I certainly don't (as I sip my definitely non Whole Foods diet hot cocoa every afternoon). My goal is to do the best I can as often as I can
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I have no desire to give up Trader Joe's brand organic string cheese, english muffins, or raisin bran-- some of my last most-processed (at least they seem that way) foods!
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Mmmm, bratwurst

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Old 09-04-2008, 05:23 PM   #5
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Mmm...yeah.

They're not greasy, either, which was always something I disliked about the other brats I'd been eating. If only I could get some ground turkey and play around with seasonings I could probably come up with a relatively similar brat without all the crap.
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I love brats! What's the calorie count in these brats?
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