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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357
    well im not buying those beans... whats the point!?!?!
    Seems a bit "unnatural" to not eat baked beans and have "issues" later on . . . I can't see this catching on here in Maine. Besides, there's always those guys who insist on eating a large batch of beans and then digging out their lighter and. . . . (well, use your imagination).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty & Co.
    Wow....sounds pretty scientific! I've found that if I just eat beans as a regular part of my diet, my body eventually just got used to it. Take it from a guy who grew up in the Maine tradition of Saturday night beans & brown bread (speaking of which...Hillman's bakery in Fairfield makes the best brown bread every Friday) Sunday mornings were also a treat.....fried biscuts with reheated beans.
    I love the beans, but I could never get used to eating brown bread . . . maybe because the brown bread I always had was from a can and bread in a can cannot be tasty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by firefighterjake
    I love the beans, but I could never get used to eating brown bread . . . maybe because the brown bread I always had was from a can and bread in a can cannot be tasty.
    well ya know what they say about the brown bread dave.... it fits back into can and still looks the same...
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    Quote Originally Posted by firefighterjake
    I love the beans, but I could never get used to eating brown bread . . . maybe because the brown bread I always had was from a can and bread in a can cannot be tasty.

    On the contrary,the brown bread that Hillman's makes is made in a can it is sooooo tasty. You gotta try it sometime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haffy6
    On the contrary,the brown bread that Hillman's makes is made in a can it is sooooo tasty. You gotta try it sometime.

    We used to have a guy at the station with his homemade double-boiler made out of 2 coffee cans; (1 was the 2 1/2 pound can the other a 1 pound can), make his own brownbread and baked beans. Every Saturday we were scheduled to work that was his only job, to get supper ready. Man I miss that guy, he retired 3 years ago and now we don't do beans on Saturday no more --sniffle, sniffle.

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    brown bread, baked beans, and brown ale.... i think we've got the makings of a cache event here!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357
    brown bread, baked beans, and brown ale.... i think we've got the makings of a cache event here!
    Well, if it develops, I make a wicked brown bread...

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhereRWe?
    Well, if it develops, I make a wicked brown bread...
    ummm... we need someone with a large garage to have it in...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357
    ummm... we need someone with a large garage to have it in...
    ...a well ventilated large garage...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sudonim
    ...a well ventilated large garage...
    yeah, at least a 3 bay garge... with floor drains....
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