#1 Michelle O: ‘Cheese Dust Is Not Food’ (claims Kraft Mac and Cheese isn't food) by Rev 10.02.2015 14:35

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From The Washington Free Beacon

Michelle O: ‘Cheese Dust Is Not Food’

Sam Kass got the Obamas to stop eating Kraft Mac and Cheese

BY: Elizabeth Harrington
February 9, 2015 11:34 am

First Lady Michelle Obama is going after boxed mac and cheese, saying, “Cheese dust is not food.”

It was former White House Chef Sam Kass who turned the Obamas against packaged macaroni and cheese, Mrs. Obama revealed in an interview with Cooking Light:

I remember, actually, Sam Kass [former executive director of Let’s Move! and White House chef], at one point—we first met him because he was one of the people early on when we were campaigning who came in to help me cook while I started campaigning, because I just didn’t have the time to do it. And he was a core of our processed-food elimination.

And my kids loved the macaroni and cheese in a box. And he said, if it’s not real food then we’re not going to do it. If we want macaroni and cheese, we’ll cook it with real milk and real cheese. He said, there’s nothing wrong with mac and cheese, but it’s got to be real food.

So my oldest daughter [Malia], who was probably 8 at the time, he took a block of cheese and he said, if you can cut this cheese up into the powder that is the cheese of the boxed macaroni and cheese, then we’ll use it. She sat there for 30 minutes trying to pulverize a block of cheese into dust. I mean, she was really focused on it, and it just didn’t work, so she had to give up. And from then on, we stopped eating macaroni and cheese out of a box, because cheese dust is not food, as was the moral of that story.

During the interview, which was released Monday, Mrs. Obama also talked about the challenges of her Let’s Move! campaign, and that Eleanor Roosevelt, one of her “idols,” inspired her to start the White House garden.

“Change is hard for anybody. And when you’re talking about food, food is really personal,” the first lady said. “So when you’re telling people to rethink their dietary habits that they’ve lived with all their lives, it’s really personal.”

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Mac and Cheese isn't food?

See, I told you she was an insufferable bi&*h.

#2 RE: Michelle O: ‘Cheese Dust Is Not Food’ (claims Kraft Mac and Cheese isn't food) by Frank Cannon 10.02.2015 15:46

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This story is more than likely a total fabrication to spin her bullshit. It is also tone deaf. I would love to hear what the Rat voters think about her bourgeoisie use of a personal chef while they are eating with food stamps.

#3 RE: Michelle O: ‘Cheese Dust Is Not Food’ (claims Kraft Mac and Cheese isn't food) by PzLdr 10.02.2015 16:36

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Quote: Frank Cannon wrote in post #2
This story is more than likely a total fabrication to spin her bullshit. It is also tone deaf. I would love to hear what the Rat voters think about her bourgeoisie use of a personal chef while they are eating with food stamps.


As long as the Rat voters don't pay for the food stamps, they don't give a sh*t.

#4 RE: Michelle O: ‘Cheese Dust Is Not Food’ (claims Kraft Mac and Cheese isn't food) by algernonpj 11.02.2015 16:59

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Quote: PzLdr wrote in post #3
Quote: Frank Cannon wrote in post #2
This story is more than likely a total fabrication to spin her bullshit. It is also tone deaf. I would love to hear what the Rat voters think about her bourgeoisie use of a personal chef while they are eating with food stamps.


As long as the Rat voters don't pay for the food stamps, they don't give a sh*t.

That's the ticket - free food to go along with free healthcare and free money.

#5 RE: Michelle O: ‘Cheese Dust Is Not Food’ (claims Kraft Mac and Cheese isn't food) by Rev 12.02.2015 21:50

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So my oldest daughter [Malia], who was probably 8 at the time, he took a block of cheese and he said, if you can cut this cheese up into the powder that is the cheese of the boxed macaroni and cheese, then we’ll use it. She sat there for 30 minutes trying to pulverize a block of cheese into dust. I mean, she was really focused on it, and it just didn’t work, so she had to give up. And from then on, we stopped eating macaroni and cheese out of a box, because cheese dust is not food, as was the moral of that story.



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