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TheNodder, frequently asked questions

 

Does TheNodder need to be refrigerated?

Before TheNodder is opened it is not necessary to keep TheNodder refrigerated. However once opened we do recommend that you keep TheNodder refrigerated if you are not using it for an extended period of time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Is TheNodder only good on steaks?

Of course not. TheNodder is the product's brand name. Although TheNodder is great on steaks, it is equally delicious with chicken, pork, salmon, vegetable stir-fry's and beef stews and casseroles.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Where can I find TheNodder

TheNodder is available at most grocery stores across Canada. You can find TheNodder in the shelf-stable condiments isles of your favorite local grocery store. If you do not find TheNodder in the grocery store, just ask the manager and they will most likely be happy to supply them. Or call 1-888-473-6337 and ask our customer service line where TheNodder is available.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Is TheNodder "Fat Free"?

Even before "fat free" was in demand, TheNodder was always a "no-fat" product. Both our Original and Zesty Noddder flavours have 0 grams of fat per 15 ml. So pour it on your favorite food and enjoy!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What is the shelf life of TheNodder?

TheNodder has a 12-month shelf life. On each noddder, there is a printed date that represents the best before day, i.e. (01 MR 24, which means March 24 2001). We recommend that you open and use TheNodder before that day expires.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What is the difference between "original" and "spicy" Noddders?

Both noddders share unique core ingredients, like malt vinegar, dates, mango chutney, apples and orange marmalade. Our Zesty noddder has a "bit of a bite" and a welcoming southern flair, with added onions, green peppers and jalapeno peppers.

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Unusual otter attack kills dog

A teenage girl watches as the animal grabs her pet, pulls him under the water and snaps at the foot of a would-be rescuer.

By TAMARA LUSH

 

© St. Petersburg Times, published May 4, 2001

 

 

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NEW PORT RICHEY -- Heather Davis thought the dark brown otter was just playing with her dog Mike.

 

 

Heather Davis hugs her dog, Mike, the American Eskimo, in a family photograph. Mike was killed Tuesday in a backyard lake when he was attacked by an otter, which is a protected species in Florida. Such attacks are considered rare.

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Then the 4-foot-long otter seized Mike's snout with its teeth and started to drag the fluffy, white dog into the lake.

 

Heather screamed for help.

 

As the otter pulled the dog under, a family friend grabbed a pole, jumped into a small boat and tried to rescue Mike. But the dog already was limp and floating away.

 

"The otter went under water," said Rick Wolf, 19. "Then it jumped on the back of the boat and started attacking my foot."

 

Heather, 13, and her sister Stephanie stood in the back yard, hysterical.

 

"The otter had his whole mouth around (Wolf's) shoe," said Heather.

 

Wolf, whose shoe was not penetrated by the otter's teeth, kicked and jabbed it with the stick. The otter swam over to Mike, grabbed the dog and glided off.

 

Wolf, the boyfriend of Heather's 17-year-old sister, was not injured.

 

The body of the dog, an American Eskimo, was found on the shore of the lake on Wednesday, a day after the attack.

 

Pasco Animal Control has placed a trap in the Davis' back yard on Vienna Lane, which borders a small lake in the Regency Park subdivision.

 

"Otters usually are not aggressive, they're usually a very shy animal," said Denise Hilton, Pasco Animal Control manager. The otter could be a mother trying to protect her litter, or it could be rabid, she said.

 

Either way, "I'm sure it was very traumatic for them to have their dog killed by this critter," Hilton said.

 

Otters are protected animals in Florida, but they can be killed if they destroy property, authorities said.

 

Attacks are highly unusual.

 

However, there have been a few incidents involving river otters, which are aquatic members of the weasel family.

 

In 1999 in Melbourne, an otter bit a man on his shin. Earlier this year in New Bedford, Mass., a police officer was bitten by a rabid otter.

 

In Florida, otters are usually found near fresh water. They eat mostly fish, but have been known to eat birds, snakes and insects.

 

The animals, which can look a lot like giant wet cats when they emerge from the water, are usually 3 to 4 feet long, and can weigh up to 25 pounds. Otters have webbed toes, short legs and a small, flat head.

 

The violent attack left local and state officials puzzled. "This is very bizarre behavior for an otter," said Jeff McGrady, a wildlife biologist with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. "It sort of just left us scratching our heads."

 

Heather's father, John Davis, said the family got the dog, Mike, as a puppy, five years ago.

 

He was very fond of Heather, and slept on her bed at night. When she was a little girl, Heather used to dress the dog in hats and other funny clothes, he said.

 

"Mike was very gentle, not aggressive at all," said John Davis.

 

Davis said his neighbor had seen an otter in the lake several weeks ago.

 

"If they had said an alligator was in the lake, I might have been concerned," he said. "I never thought anything about an otter."

 

River otters

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

 

HABITAT: In Florida, usually found near fresh water. They live in burrows on water banks, often under the roots of trees.

 

DIET: They normally feed on animals such as crawfish and fish.

 

SIZE: Usually 3 to 4 feet long, weighing up to 25 pounds. Otters have webbed toes, short legs and a small, flat head.

 

http://www.sptimes.com/News/050401/TampaBay/Unusual_otter_attack_.shtml

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Can we get a special 'steaksauce Forum?'

Sure can steaksauce.

 

This is by far the dumbest thread in the history of cc.com.

Sure is steaksauce.

 

Don't blame me. I just live here.

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This picture has nothing to do with this thread. This thread is about The_Nodder. There is no "Otter" and never was. The "Otter" is dead. Please show some love for The_Nodder.

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