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What food products have NOT changed?

suse | Nov 25, 2007 12:27 PM

I read with great interest the "What food products have changed?" thread and it made me wonder: What are some of your favorite food products from back in the day that have NOT changed? We have so many more products to choose from now, which is not a bad thing, but many of our old favorites have been corn-syrupped into yuckiness (candy) or have had the flavor bred out of them in the interest of a long shelf life (tomatoes). Are there any old timers that continue to rock on like Mick? Foods that you eat and like Proust's madeleines transport you to a different time when even the most hard-core foodies used to get excited about mom and dad bringing home a frozen Sara Lee black walnut cake or a can of Chef Boyardee ravioli?

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