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post #41 of 54

Uh Uh ... i'm a 6'6' 375 lb Man

 

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post #42 of 54

I'm going to smoke some spareribs my wife bought from Walmart. I did notice something though on the package..........Farmland brand....has an up to 12% deep basted solution added: water, potassium lactate, dextrose, sodium phosphates, & salt.

I don't need any help with farts.........

post #43 of 54

My Appoligizes linescum,

 

I guess I had a retard moment!! Sorry bout that.

post #44 of 54


 

Quote:
Originally Posted by harryho View Post

I would blame the Watermelon....................

 

http://www.annieappleseedproject.org/aronfoodcom.html

 

The 5th Paragraph states:

 

"For example, many people say that watermelon gives them indigestion. Since watermelon digests in only 20-30 minutes, when it enters your stomach filled with slower digesting food, it gets held up in its digestive process and ferments. This fermentation causes gas and discomfort."


And because of the cold we had this year, plus the late growing season, the watermelon has been especially sweet. More so that other years.

post #45 of 54

I can't believe this string is for real... I figured it would be 2 or 3 posts about a poor-at-best fart joke... Not 3 pages of flatulence funnies!!! I think my staff overheard me laughing like a moron!!! 

 

I'm never used to be a PETA supporter, but I feel compelled to make a donation on behalf of the crop dusted cat and dutch oven dog!!!

 

Good luck with the gas my friend!!! 

 

Johnny K.

post #46 of 54
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Barneypoo69 View Post

I'm going to smoke some spareribs my wife bought from Walmart. I did notice something though on the package..........Farmland brand....has an up to 12% deep basted solution added: water, potassium lactate, dextrose, sodium phosphates, & salt.

I don't need any help with farts.........


Potassium and Phosphate... Aren't those the main ingredients in fireworks !?!?!   Maybe that's were it comes from!  

post #47 of 54

Well, dang! Ain't there a doctor somewhere in the house? This is interesting stuff (and funny too) and would be nice to find out the cause. Was there any resolution? There were so many variables.....

 

 

post #48 of 54

No, not a doctor. Just thinking as I read the post(dangerous) my feelings; I would say the culprit is grease , plain old grease. When you eat something with a lot of grease or made with a lot of grease(like Chili) don't you start pooting later?And if you happen to have some fiber with it, look out Martha,the cats gonna do it again.......

 

Grease tends to cause farting after I ingest it, and sometimes it get hilarious. I'll be walking around the house and sound like a 2-stroked lawnmorer.

 

Just sayin'

Stan and Trish   aka   oldschool

post #49 of 54

Are you using a GAS smoker? biggrin.gif  My guess is the Watermelon. Just from what I have read on the internet it can cause some tummy troubles.  I have never heard of or had gas from eating pork.  Might be the BBQ sauce but we eat SBR's quite a bit with no issues. 

 

 

post #50 of 54

here is some crude but informative research on the subject - scroll down at your own risk and click a time or two to enlarge. if the management finds it to be too much, feel free to delete it.

 

 

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post #51 of 54

Awesome!  

post #52 of 54

OK, no kidding. I started smoking meat 12 days ago, and have smoked 6 different times since then. I've smoked a whole chicken, tilapia, chicken breasts, turkey breasts, wings, and ribs x 2. That's all in the last 12 days. And since Saturday I've had bad gas coming up as burps, thank God not farts.

 

I saw this post sometime last week, and just skipped over it thinking the OP was just being funny. But I've had the burps for like an hour to 2 hours at a time. They've gotten to be longer stretches. I've got them right now, and had them since 11:30 this afternoon. Could it just be that my body is just adapting to the huge intake of smoke that I'm getting from all of this smoked meat?

 

Again this is not a joke, it's very annoying and painful sometimes. Feels like I've got a bubble of gas at the base of my throat just below the collar bone that keeps pushing out burps. This is crazy!!! I've decided to hold off on smoking, and eating smoked meats the next 4 days. Have to make some ribs for when the in-laws arrive next week though.

 

By the way there are some hillarious posts on here. I decided to read all of the posts at first to see if anyone else had an idea as to what was going on before I posted, but all you jokers out there are frickin hilarious!

post #53 of 54

Gotta be the melon...can`t be the ribs....LOL

post #54 of 54

I think Roller sorta has it?  Then again, I don't know if he does?

 

Ribs don't make gas. People make gas!

 

Good luck and good smoking.

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