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Julie,

It wasn't great, kinda slimy. I like their hot dogs though and so do the kids. :P

Now if I can just get them eating other regular meats. :blink:

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Julie,

It wasn't great, kinda slimy. I like their hot dogs though and so do the kids. :P

Now if I can just get them eating other regular meats. :blink:

Yeah, slimy is a perfect word to describe it :lol::lol:

Can you break the kids in with hamburgers, ground turkey patties or beef (or anything really, lamb, buffalo, etc.)? Just an idea.

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Yeah, slimy is a perfect word to describe it :lol::lol:

Can you break the kids in with hamburgers, ground turkey patties or beef (or anything really, lamb, buffalo, etc.)? Just an idea.

They like ground beef with homemade taco seasoning. I'll have to experiment with different things like that.

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