re:megastuf

Date: 2016-02-26 07:25 am (UTC)
http://www.cnn.com/2013/08/21/us/oreo-high-school-experiment/

Huh. Maybe it potentially approaches Triple Stuf magnitude?

(Still not worth spending money on it, though. Come out with Mega Stuf mint or strawberry or orange flavor or something and I'll consider it!)

http://www.theimpulsivebuy.com/wordpress/2013/02/12/review-nabisco-limited-edition-mega-stuf-oreo/

Oooh, good point about the ten-fewer-cookies-per-package thing.

Also, this comment blows my mind:

"Hi, I want to know about stuffing in oreos and am in the middle of my initial literature review. Could you please comment on the 2 gram discrepancy between the “Mega Stuf” and “Double Stuf” cookies. I interpret your results to mean the Double Stuf wafers weigh 8 grams, while the Mega Stuf wafers weigh only 6 grams. The weight of the wafers is, in my opinion, under-analyzed in all sources despite its experimental importance, as it seems to be easier to weigh the entire cookie first and then subtract off the weight of the wafer. I imagine this is because its hard to deal with the creme after it has been removed. Importantly, the variation in wafer weight could explain inconsistencies reported in other experiments, and then I wouldn’t have to figure this fucking shit out all by myself."

"...I want to know about stuffing in oreos and am in the middle of my initial literature review" holy shit you have either the best or the worst thesis topic ever, I can't decide.

http://blog.recursiveprocess.com/2013/03/03/oreo-original-vs-double-vs-mega/

Okay, at this point I've heard multiple assertions that wafer thickness and ingredients actually vary between regular, double stuf, and mega stuf oreos, so I'm just going to throw my hands up and speak my mind:

Oreos are bullshit and only belong in ice cream forever and ever the end. "Milk's favorite cookie" is chocolate chip.
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