The Oreo Contest – An Udder Failure.

Wait till you hear how brilliant the joke in the title is:

The Oreo contest was about showing how Oreo’s and MILK bring people together. Well Nathan an I went to Melbourne, Australia. Took a full size penguin and prisoner costume with us, took Oreos (illegally) through the airport, I even bought gigantic plastic balls and chains to complete the look, but in forgetting the milk, this masterpiece became ineligible. (I wanted to write “unsubmittable” but the red line keeps telling me it’s not a word.)

And let’s be honest here – though this thing makes me laugh, and the fact that we went across half the world to film it is funny, but there is no way in hell Oreo was going to let this thing have a shot at winning. And rightfully so.

A little side story about the day of filming – most people seemed to have a good laugh with us about the whole situation. One group of teenagers on bikes, however, did as teenagers were want to do, and riding across the bridge, shouted,

“Look at that penguin! (homophobic slur!) F**king (homophobic slur!).”

To which I proudly responded at the top of my lungs (and probably distastefully clearly and loudly to onlookers):

“I (sex-plative)’d your mothers! I (SEX-PLATIVE)’D YOUR MOTHERS!!! HOORAY!!”

So at least I won one contest with this video.

What are Oreos made of?

Oreos are a popular sandwich cookie made by the Nabisco division of Mondelez International. The classic Oreo cookie consists of two chocolate wafer cookies with a sweet cream filling in the center.
The ingredients of the chocolate wafers include enriched flour (wheat flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, and folic acid), sugar, high oleic canola and/or palm oil and/or canola oil and/or soybean oil, cocoa, high fructose corn syrup, leavening agents (baking soda and/or calcium phosphate), salt, soy lecithin, and artificial flavor.
The cream filling is made from sugar, high fructose corn syrup, vegetable oil (palm, palm kernel), skim milk, cornstarch, salt, soy lecithin, vanillin, and artificial flavor.
It’s important to note that the ingredients of Oreos may vary slightly in different countries or regions, and there may also be variations of Oreos with different flavors and fillings.

How do they make Oreos?

Oreos are a type of sandwich cookie that consists of two chocolate wafer cookies with a sweet vanilla-flavored filling in between. The process of making Oreos involves several steps, which are as follows:

  1. Mixing: The ingredients for the chocolate wafer dough are mixed together in large industrial mixers. These ingredients include flour, sugar, cocoa powder, vegetable shortening, leavening agents, and flavorings.
  2. Forming: The dough is then extruded into long, continuous ropes, which are then cut into individual pieces of the appropriate size and shape.
  3. Baking: The cookie pieces are then baked in large ovens at high temperatures for a specific amount of time.
  4. Cooling: The baked cookies are then cooled on a conveyor belt before proceeding to the filling station.
  5. Filling: The filling is made separately by mixing together ingredients such as powdered sugar, vegetable shortening, vanilla flavoring, and sometimes other flavors. The filling is then deposited onto one cookie piece, and another cookie is placed on top to form the sandwich.
  6. Packaging: The finished Oreos are then packaged and sent to stores for sale.

Overall, the process of making Oreos is highly automated and involves large-scale industrial machinery.

Can you get Oreos in Australia?

Yes, you can find Oreos in Australia. They are widely available in supermarkets, convenience stores, and online retailers across the country. You can find the classic Oreos, as well as different variations such as Golden Oreos, Double Stuf Oreos, and limited edition flavors.

Where are Oreos sold?

Oreos are sold in many countries around the world and can usually be found in grocery stores, supermarkets, and convenience stores. They are also sold online through various retailers and on the official Oreo website. The availability of Oreos may vary depending on the region and the store, so it’s always a good idea to check with your local retailer to see if they carry them.

Why is Oreo so good with milk?

Oreos are a type of sandwich cookie that has been popular for many years. One reason why they are so good with milk is that the cream filling in between the chocolate cookies is sweet and rich, which complements the slight bitterness of the chocolate cookie.
When you dip an Oreo into milk, the milk moistens the cookie, which makes it easier to bite into and helps to bring out the flavors. The milk also adds a creamy texture and a cool temperature to the cookie, enhancing the overall experience.
Additionally, the combination of milk and cookies is a classic pairing that many people find comforting and nostalgic. The act of dipping an Oreo into milk may bring back happy memories of childhood when enjoying a glass of milk, and the cookie was a popular after-school snack.

What cookies go best with milk?

There are many types of cookies that go well with milk, but some of the most popular ones include:

  1. Chocolate chip cookies: These classic cookies are always a crowd-pleaser, and their rich, buttery flavor pairs perfectly with a cold glass of milk.
  2. Oatmeal cookies: These cookies have a chewy texture and a warm, comforting flavor that is perfect for pairing with milk.
  3. Sugar cookies: These simple, buttery cookies are a great choice for dunking in milk. They are not too sweet and have a subtle vanilla flavor that complements the milk well.
  4. Peanut butter cookies: Peanut butter and milk are a classic combination, and peanut butter cookies are no exception. The nutty flavor of the cookies is balanced by the creaminess of the milk.
  5. Shortbread cookies: These buttery, crumbly cookies are a great choice for those who prefer a less sweet treat. They pair well with milk because their mild flavor allows the milk to shine.

What cookies are bad without milk?

Chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin, and peanut butter cookies. These cookies can be quite dry on their own, and the milk helps to provide a creamy and complementary flavor to the sweetness of the cookies.

Is double stuff Oreo really double?

Double Stuf Oreos are marketed as having double the amount of creme filling compared to regular Oreos. However, in a study by a high school math class in 2013, it was found that Double Stuf Oreos contained only 1.86 times the amount of creme filling compared to regular Oreos.
While it may not be exactly double the amount of creme filling, Double Stuf Oreos do have more filling than regular Oreos, making them a tasty treat for those who love the creamy center.

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