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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage Idealist View Post
    Pizza a vegetable? There really is a god!

    In all seriousness I'm actually ok with pizza being considered a veggie as well as less limits being put on school lunches; the governent does not need to be telling people what they can or can't eat.
    The point is that the schools can now give kids vegetables. This isn't about restricting lunches, this is about expanding the possibilities. In the old days, before pizza was a vegetable, a school may have been inclined to provide other, less delicious vegetables in school lunches. But today, we can get our vegetables as pizza.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beargryllz View Post
    The point is that the schools can now give kids vegetables. This isn't about restricting lunches, this is about expanding the possibilities. In the old days, before pizza was a vegetable, a school may have been inclined to provide other, less delicious vegetables in school lunches. But today, we can get our vegetables as pizza.
    All in all though, it's still a win for children and teens everywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage Idealist View Post
    All in all though, it's still a win for children and teens everywhere.
    what if a kid doesn't like pizza? hmmm? s/he has no options. I didn't really like pizza til i entered adulthood, but i love it now.
    In no likes experiment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    what if a kid doesn't like pizza? hmmm? s/he has no options. I didn't really like pizza til i entered adulthood, but i love it now.
    Eat your veggies

    They are good for you

    Eat more pizza

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    This is good news. Now, I won't have to eat so much ketchup to get my daily serving of vegetables!


    I have pizza plants growing out in the garden right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beargryllz View Post
    Eat your veggies

    They are good for you

    Eat more pizza
    yes I see your point, but @Savage Idealist is arguing that will give kids more options, when in fact it won't because they're not going to start making 5 different things everyday. it's always going to be one thing for that day still not seeing the more options.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    what if a kid doesn't like pizza? hmmm? s/he has no options. I didn't really like pizza til i entered adulthood, but i love it now.
    Well, cheesburger's usually have lettuce on them, so why not make them a vegetable as well? There's actually a lot of foods that could be considered 'vegetables'.

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    I had a frien who would deliver pizza to grade schools. He occasionally gave me one of those pizzas. And the ones for the schools were especially gross. It was as if they replaced half of the cheese with grease.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenaphor View Post
    'Nuff said. Agenda anyone?

    Of all the crazy stunts. What an embarrassing example of Republicans supporting lobbyists. Yes, stuff the children full of high sodium, high fat, low nutritional return foods to prep them for adult obesity, hence vacuum more garbage.
    My thoughts exactly. I didn't even need to read most of the article to think high sodium and high fat.

    I mean, looking at the ingredients of canned and frozen foods, one of the highest content in them are sodium and fat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rail Tracer View Post
    My thoughts exactly. I didn't even need to read most of the article to think high sodium and high fat.

    I mean, looking at the ingredients of canned and frozen foods, one of the highest content in them are sodium and fat.
    Vegetables are loaded with sodium and fat. Vegetables are good for you.

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