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Oreo Milka Milk Chocolate Candy Bar, 1.44 oz, 24 ct $10.49 @ Costco Business Center (Warehouse Only)

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Link is provided for reference only, the warehouse have lower price than Costco website. See picture for details, deal exp: 7/22/2018. The warehouse I went to is:
Costco Business Center
900 Dubuque Ave, South San Francisco, CA 94080
But the price should be the same throughout Costco Business Center. This product is probably not available in regular Costco warehouse, at least I haven't seen it there.
In terms of taste, my favorite used to be Twix before this came along, now this is my favorite. Keep in mind that this is not very healthy, so you should also buy a treadmill from Costco and put it in your living room, so you can stay in shape while you binge on this addictive Oreo Chocolate Candy Bar. I already ate 3 of them while posting this deal on SD, it melts in your mouth, very smooth. This same item is selling on amazon for $24, that's why I mainly use Amazon Prime for their streaming videos, I rarely shop their unless they have a good sale.

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Thank you and TU! Sadly we are without both Costco and Sams. Closest being about 2 hrs away. I was able to get in on a deal last year on these someone on SD posted and gave them to neighbors, the vet staff etc. I tried one but was a a bit too sweet for me, but everyone I had given a box to raved about them! drool
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Little bit more expensive per ounce, but also available in target. https://www.target.com/bp/milka
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Thank you and TU! Sadly we are without both Costco and Sams. Closest being about 2 hrs away. I was able to get in on a deal last year on these someone on SD posted and gave them to neighbors, the vet staff etc. I tried one but was a a bit too sweet for me, but everyone I had given a box to raved about them! https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...emot-drool.gif
I agree, it is a bit on the sweet side, but so does Twix, all those milk chocolate candies are very sweet. I like this one cuz it's very smooth, it melts in your mouth, having oreo cookies in it is extra bonus. I usually consume one of these box in 1 week.
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I agree, it is a bit on the sweet side, but so does Twix, all those milk chocolate candies are very sweet. I like this one cuz it's very smooth, it melts in your mouth, having oreo cookies in it is extra bonus. I usually consume one of these box in 1 week.
Yes, the cookies inside provided two textures, creamy/crunchy. Don't tell me....are you one with a high metabolism so no matter what, you stay skinny! If so, I'm definitely jealous.😂
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Yes, the cookies inside provided two textures, creamy/crunchy. Don't tell me....are you one with a high metabolism so no matter what, you stay skinny! If so, I'm definitely jealous.😂
Well, when I was in my teens and 20s, that was the case. Now i'm in my 30s, that's no longer the case because when you get older, your metabolism slow down, which is why I bought a treadmill from Costco and use it 3 times/week doing interval training and I also do Abs workout and push ups to build muscle. If i want to eat like a pig and stay in 20.5 BMI and keep my 6 packs, I have to work very hard regularly to stay in shape. Basically, now I still eat like a pig but I also work hard to burn them off. Typically, when you are tall, it's easier for you to burn off excess fat because taller people burn more calories while idling, shorter people tend to have a much tougher time burning off excess body fat. I'm 5'11" so I can eat like a pig and work hard to stay in shape, now if I'm 5'2", I don't think I can do that unless I work twice as hard on exercise or eat much less in portion size.
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Well, when I was in my teens and 20s, that was the case. Now i'm in my 30s, that's no longer the case because when you get older, your metabolism slow down, which is why I bought a treadmill from Costco and use it 3 times/week doing interval training and I also do Abs workout and push ups to build muscle. If i want to eat like a pig and stay in 20.5 BMI and keep my 6 packs, I have to work very hard regularly to stay in shape. Basically, now I still eat like a pig but I also work hard to burn them off. Typically, when you are tall, it's easier for you to burn off excess fat because taller people burn more calories while idling, shorter people tend to have a much tougher time burning off excess body fat. I'm 5'11" so I can eat like a pig and work hard to stay in shape, now if I'm 5'2", I don't think I can do that unless I work twice as hard on exercise or eat much less in portion size.
laugh out loud Wow, you being diligent at your workout routine is a key! Not many of us can say that, I'm thinking, least not me. look around Only thing I want to point out is remember the damage that also happens internally, Cholesterol, Triglycerides, liver, kidney, and heart mostly. Too much sugar oils artificial ingredients etc. do that and no amount of exercise stops that. So just be careful on that front too. hug
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Well, when I was in my teens and 20s, that was the case. Now i'm in my 30s, that's no longer the case because when you get older, your metabolism slow down, which is why I bought a treadmill from Costco and use it 3 times/week doing interval training and I also do Abs workout and push ups to build muscle. If i want to eat like a pig and stay in 20.5 BMI and keep my 6 packs, I have to work very hard regularly to stay in shape. Basically, now I still eat like a pig but I also work hard to burn them off. Typically, when you are tall, it's easier for you to burn off excess fat because taller people burn more calories while idling, shorter people tend to have a much tougher time burning off excess body fat. I'm 5'11" so I can eat like a pig and work hard to stay in shape, now if I'm 5'2", I don't think I can do that unless I work twice as hard on exercise or eat much less in portion size.
Good for you! You are watching what you eat and exercising. Keep it up.
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I tried these a year ago and wasn't a huge fan of them? The one I had was a little chalky in substance. Maybe they have updated them since then... good price though at 40 cents a bar, especially if you're reselling them.
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https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...s/emot-LOL.gif Wow, you being diligent at your workout routine is a key! Not many of us can say that, I'm thinking, least not me. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lookaround.gif Only thing I want to point out is remember the damage that also happens internally, Cholesterol, Triglycerides, liver, kidney, and heart mostly. Too much sugar oils artificial ingredients etc. do that and no amount of exercise stops that. So just be careful on that front too. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...s/emot-hug.gif
I was just like most people out there until last year. I've been a couch potato all my life and I was never into exercise. I was doing IT stuff all my life and just sit around in front of computers all the time. In 2016 I joined SFMTA as a Muni Driver, most commercial drivers gain weight and have health problems like high blood pressure and diabetes because the job is sitting all the time and deal with very high stress due to the other regular car drivers, motorcyclists, bicyclists, etc... doing crazy illegal moves around the bus. I have prehypertension before I joined Muni, blood pressure was 128/88. In 2017, while training for Deputy Sheriff physical exam, I found out something very interesting. By doing regular cardio, I was able to lower my blood pressure to 100/60 which is the minimum numbers of the normal blood pressure and my resting heart rate drop to below 60. Even while driving a 60 foot bus, my blood pressure is still below 120/80 (120/80 is the border line for normal). I notice that while driving the bus, i was very calm and not stressed like before. Then I realized, those exercise are really helpful in handling high level of stress from jobs, and losing weight was a nice bonus. So I started doing 2 hrs of cardio everyday and went on extreme diet of eating only 800 calories/day. After 10 weeks of training and dieting, I lost over 30 lbs, from 173lbs to 138lbs. This is the natural and the best way to lose weight, through exercise and extreme diet. If you go through other easy methods, you might lose weight temporary, but it will not fix your physical health condition like exercise would do for you. The initial weight loss stage is very hard if you want to see fast results, but when you are done with weight loss and reached your goal, weight maintenance is much easier, you only need to do 30 minutes of cardio every other day to maintain health and physical appearance and you can eat like a pig and eat anything you want. Some youtube videos will tell you that if you want to lose weight, you should avoid fried food and junk food. That's not true, you can binge on fried food and junk food, as long as you work hard afterwards. In the end, it's just simple math of burning more calories than what you eat. My method is that, sometimes I will be a pig and go to a buffet and eat 10 plates, and binge on these Oreo chocolate candy bars til the whole box is empty. As a result, I will gain maybe 4-5 pound of weight, then I switch over to my diet mode, I cut down on eating for the next couple of weeks and do exercise regularly, and I will go back to my old weight again. So I take turns to eat like a pig and go on diet afterward. That's how I satisfy my stomach as a foodie and stay thin at the same time.
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Good for you! You are watching what you eat and exercising. Keep it up.
As a foodie, I don't watch what I eat, I eat anything that's edible and taste good. I eat like a pig, then I switch to diet mode to lose the extra weight I gained. Then I go back to eating like a pig again, then switch to diet mode. Basically, I rotate between binge eating and dieting.
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I was just like most people out there until last year. I've been a couch potato all my life and I was never into exercise. I was doing IT stuff all my life and just sit around in front of computers all the time. In 2016 I joined SFMTA as a Muni Driver, most commercial drivers gain weight and have health problems like high blood pressure and diabetes because the job is sitting all the time and deal with very high stress due to the other regular car drivers, motorcyclists, bicyclists, etc... doing crazy illegal moves around the bus. I have prehypertension before I joined Muni, blood pressure was 128/88. In 2017, while training for Deputy Sheriff physical exam, I found out something very interesting. By doing regular cardio, I was able to lower my blood pressure to 100/60 which is the minimum numbers of the normal blood pressure and my resting heart rate drop to below 60. Even while driving a 60 foot bus, my blood pressure is still below 120/80 (120/80 is the border line for normal). I notice that while driving the bus, i was very calm and not stressed like before. Then I realized, those exercise are really helpful in handling high level of stress from jobs, and losing weight was a nice bonus. So I started doing 2 hrs of cardio everyday and went on extreme diet of eating only 800 calories/day. After 10 weeks of training and dieting, I lost over 30 lbs, from 173lbs to 138lbs. This is the natural and the best way to lose weight, through exercise and extreme diet. If you go through other easy methods, you might lose weight temporary, but it will not fix your physical health condition like exercise would do for you. The initial weight loss stage is very hard if you want to see fast results, but when you are done with weight loss and reached your goal, weight maintenance is much easier, you only need to do 30 minutes of cardio every other day to maintain health and physical appearance and you can eat like a pig and eat anything you want. Some youtube videos will tell you that if you want to lose weight, you should avoid fried food and junk food. That's not true, you can binge on fried food and junk food, as long as you work hard afterwards. In the end, it's just simple math of burning more calories than what you eat. My method is that, sometimes I will be a pig and go to a buffet and eat 10 plates, and binge on these Oreo chocolate candy bars til the whole box is empty. As a result, I will gain maybe 4-5 pound of weight, then I switch over to my diet mode, I cut down on eating for the next couple of weeks and do exercise regularly, and I will go back to my old weight again. So I take turns to eat like a pig and go on diet afterward. That's how I satisfy my stomach as a foodie and stay thin at the same time.
Good info and that your method transferred into see-able results in a relatively short time was the pay-off and motivator for you. I think finding a *motivating* factor is the key. All of us being different mind-sets and thinkers,need to find the KEY factor that works in our lives....wish there was a 1 size fits all, it would make life so much easier in regards to weight. nod I've heard interval exercises are a good method also. Glad you enjoy your work, that too makes a difference!

Also would be good to have a possible plan B in case of unforeseen events that can change our lives in an instant. Example going from healthy to laid up in traction from an mva etc.
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As a food, I don't watch what I eat, I eat anything that's edible and taste good. I eat like a pig, then I switch to diet mode to lose the extra weight I gained. Then I go back to eating like a pig again, then switch to diet mode. Basically, I rotate between binge eating and dieting.
Just as a thought if you binge on vegetables then you feel full and don't get a lot of calories. Since I am frugal and garden I eat a lot of swiss chard. It is easy to grow. It is not cheap in the store. I have given away a lot of seeds since they are easy to harvest. Too bad you weren't close to central Calif. I could give you some orange Jubilee tomatoes. They are sweet and I binge on them. Also Tom you may want to consider water. My doctor recommended drinking lots of water to feel full. My $.02. Keep up the good work Tom. I have seen what diabetes can do to others.
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Luckys gave me a free one, nice tastes but these are pretty tiny.
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Just as a thought if you binge on vegetables then you feel full and don't get a lot of calories. Since I am frugal and garden I eat a lot of swiss chard. It is easy to grow. It is not cheap in the store. I have given away a lot of seeds since they are easy to harvest. Too bad you weren't close to central Calif. I could give you some orange Jubilee tomatoes. They are sweet and I binge on them. Also Tom you may want to consider water. My doctor recommended drinking lots of water to feel full. My $.02. Keep up the good work Tom. I have seen what diabetes can do to others.
Thanks, when I switch from binge eating mode to diet mode. I drink lots of water and tea when I feel hungry to keep me from eating actual food. Although, my body feels cold all the time from extreme diet, knowing that I will lose the weight I gained from binge eating motivates me to keep it up. I also drink lots of water and tea when I'm on binge eating mode because by replacing soda and sugary drinks with water and tea, I can eat more actual food and snacks without worry about putting on extra weight. I'm an omnivore so I love to binge on veggies too, but this Oreo Chocolate Candy Bar is irresistible!
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