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I found some kinda funny content in the manual for the Sunbeam(r)
Pie Maker(tm), and decided to share it:
REDUCED FAT/REDUCED CALORIE SUGGESTIONS
1. Use egg whites or refrigerated egg alternatives (substitues)
available at your grocery store.
2. Use skim milk instead of whole milk or cream.
3. Use yogurt instead of sour cream.
4. Delete cheese or use skim mozzarella or a no fat cheese
alternative, available at your grocery store.
5. This appliance is for household use only.
What, skim milk and yogurt aren't available at your grocery store?
"Delete cheese" -- does that give you the impression that a heavy
computer user wrote this? And, the best of all--what does the fact that
the appliance should be used in a household have to do with reduced