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Pirate's Booty, Aged White Cheddar, 1-Ounce Bags (Pack of 24)
Pirates like their cheddar like they do their rum, aged to perfection. Aged White Cheddar is made from puffed rice and corn, blended with real aged white cheddar cheese and baked perfectly to pirate standards.87% (11)
Pirate’s Booty, Aged White Cheddar is made from puffed rice and corn, blended with real aged white cheddar cheese and baked perfectly to the highest standards. The cheddar cheese has been aged to perfection to get the best taste--enjoy this great and delicious snack with your family. Pirate’s Booty aged white cheddar is all natural, baked, and kosher. It is free of trans fat, gluten, and cholesterol and it contains 130 calories per serving and 50% less fat than regular puffs. This is sold in pack of twenty-four 1-ounce bags.
About Pirate Brands
The Pirate brands' story began in 1987 in Sea Cliff, NY when their founder Robert, a snack industry renegade and father of two, searched for a tasty treasure that would inspire people to live a little healthier and have fun while doing it. That is when Robert discovered the cheesy rice and corn puffs we know today as, Pirate's Booty.
Thanks to Robert and his tasty treasure, no longer do you have to eat "cheese" puffs dusted with neon orange powder with incomprehensible ingredients. When you buy Pirate brand products, you are getting wholesome goodness without the guilt.
These all natural, baked, and delicious products are for the whole family. All the fryers, trans fats, and gluten have been eliminated from all the products to keep the ingredients simple and to keep family snacking guilt free--the only additives are just good, wholesome fun.
Join the healthy snacking revolution with Pirate’s Booty, Smart Puffs, Tings, and Potato Flyers.
morley's new regime
morley's bloodwork has been a concern for the past couple of years. his WBC keeps dropping ... neutrophils and monocytes are continually low ... and in the past year his platelets continue to drop below range as well. my vet has no answers in spite of many suggestions i have brought to the table via my own research and through the generous help of many other experienced and educated people. after waiting three months for my vet to give me her impression on several suggestions given by another vet/internist (thanks, karen) and giving her a complete analysis as per the NRC standards of a two-week spread of morley's diet (thanks, tori), the best my vet could come up with is that morley isn't getting enough calories. it makes no sense to me. the dog is trim and fit. he's got maybe 1/2 to 1 lb of extra weight, which is where i like an older dog of his size. according to raw feeding protocol (approx 2% of the dog's body weight), he's always eaten 1 1/2 times what his weight demands, but (a) he's a small dog and they need more calories, and (b) he's a pretty energetic guy, even for 12 yrs. still, according to the NRC analysis, morley's calories are low, and my vet thinks that this could be causing his autoimmune issues. i'm shaking my head even as i type this ... it simply makes no sense to me. making even less sense is her recommendation that he get those extra calories through grains and veggies. her suggestion was brown rice ... in fact, she wanted me to feed him two cups. can you imagine this dog on two cups of brown rice?! that's more than the size of his HEAD! so the idea is to up the caloric intake through grains and veggies and actually lower the calories of meat and fat, even though he already get a VERY lean diet, and dogs need fat. so now both dogs actually get a breakfast ... it was suggested by my vet that matea could benefit from the extra fiber as well since she's having some gastric issues again that can't been correlated to the diet. i hate this. i hate taxing my dogs' systems with two meals a day. it's ridiculous. to be true to their physiology they should be fed 4 or 5 times a week. not to mention that it's never felt right in my gut to be feeding them grains ... at least with overcooked oatmeal it doesn't feel quite so bad. we'll see how it goes. it's certainly not going to kill them for 6 weeks, at which point my vet assures me we should be seeing some changes in his blood work ... yeah right ... and if not, i'm actually half-tempted to try a high-quality, grainless kibble for another 6 week period and see if THAT makes any difference. hell, i'll feed whatever it takes to make and keep my dogs healthy. i'm not out to prove any points ... just want to see 'em well.How Many Dancers Can Fit? V-1
How Many Dancers Can Fit On A Sofa? A new sofa arrived in Arizona Ballet Theatre's Studio in Tucson, Arizona on February 10th, 2009. Of course, the dancers in the lobby had to try it out immediately... Photo information Feb 10, 2009 3504?2336 pixels – 1351KB Filename: IMG_8733.JPG Camera: Canon Model: Canon EOS 30D ISO: 400 Exposure: 1/60 sec Aperture: 4.0 Focal Length: 18mm Flash Used: Yes Latitude: n/a Longitude: n/a SOOC I just did some cropping. I am exhausted. This old photo is just a venue to post this excuse and apology for not being on Flickr much the last few days... I have been flat out preparing material for the Spring 2011 semester, and getting ready to photograph Arizona Ballet Theatre's Nutcracker party yesterday at the Stevie Eller Dance Theatre in Tucson Arizona. It was informal and a lot of fun... I bought and fully charged a replacement spare battery because my testing showed that one of mine had died... (Good thing i did, because I had to change batteries during the performance!) There were dancers at all ages and levels, and it was actually quite exciting. The Stevie Eller Dance Theatre is a very fine top of the line dance theatre. It was really just a preview of what is to come in the Spring 2011 show. I took over 3800 photos, so now there has to be a very critical weeding out process. That is tough for me because i suffer from the well known "Falling in Love With My Own Baby" syndrome. It is the bane of my creative process... Viewing them as a slideshow with The Boss last night showed there were some really nice shots of the dancers in each performance piece... But now, I do need a break. it's time to go outside and smell the roses!!!! Maybe even without a camera!!!
The emperor's exclusive grain. Imported from China. Legend tells us that Forbidden Rice was once grown exclusively for the Emperors of China to enrich their health and ensure their longevity. Today, this heirloom rice is prized for its fragrant aroma, nutty taste, deep purple color and nutritional value. It pairs beautifully with fish, meat and colorful vegetables. An everyday favorite - use steamed, in pilafs, stir-fries, and salads. Cooks in 30 minutes; gluten free, wheat free; High in iron; A whole-grain rice; Non-GMO. Product of China.Related topics:
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