This drink is perfect.

This drink is perfect. I don't know why they have so much sodium in the regular version but they have the LS one too so I don't care.
I know it's basically just cold liquid tomato but the flavor is so on point.

Black Rifle Cuck Company, Conservative Humor Shirt $21.68

DMT Has Friends For Me Shirt $21.68

Black Rifle Cuck Company, Conservative Humor Shirt $21.68

  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    !unsubscribe

  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    for me its the cocacola soda, the best human liquid drink. coca cola, quench your thirst. im loving it.

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I love v8 in quick bursts. When I crave v8 I can down a bottle in 2 days. But if I'm not craving it and buy a bottle it will sit in my ice box for months.

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Buy a banner.

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You could just make that at home

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >bro just buy a 400 dollar juicer it's way easier

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Then you can tailor the salt content to your liking

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I could go buy a $400 juicer right now and it would be no big deal. You wanna know why? Because I make money.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        You're on a cooking board and you don't own a juicer?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You'd never recoup the costs. You CAN never.

  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    That whole bottle is only two servings of vegetables?

    • 2 weeks ago
      multigrain
    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      2 servings of vegetables per 1 serving of V8, with multiple servings of V8 per bottle.

      !unsubscribe

      Buy a banner.

      >Nobody likes products companies make and only posts about putting together raw ingredients from scratch are authentic.
      I don't get this autism. Why would Campbell ever even decide to do viral advertising on Culinaly of all places? The market for V8 is already in. Nobody is trying to get more people into V8. I didn't even remember the last time a V8 commercial existed so I looked it up just now and realized they used to have those "could have had a V8" commercials a decade ago. And those commercials were mostly for busy middle aged men who want to cover their vegetable serving RDAs.
      More importantly, you can't do advertising unless you can prove your campaign actually made money. So anywhere EXCEPT Culinaly would be a better choice since Culinaly (except Culinaly now lol) is the one social media website that actively tries to maintain anonymity.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I AM FALLING
        I AM FADING

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Dude if you have concerns about sodium then you honestly need to be careful with the "low sodium" version too, it has LESS sodium than normal V8, but you can still get a LOT of salt if you start chugging it like water (I made this mistake). BUT yes, you are correct, it is delicious, either by itself, cold or hot (try it), or for making EZ bloody marys and micheladas.... nice. Great with breakfast too, a lot of people don't think of that but most diners will have tomato or tomato-based veggie juice, and some airlines stock it on planes right alongside the Orange Juice. Try adding some black pepper or a dash of your favorite hot sauce.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I'm not like a guy with heart problems who needs to avoid sodium to not die.
      I'm just an older guy (hitting 40 in a couple years) who realized my health improved a lot by reducing sodiun intake.
      Started out last year when the phlebotomists for my blood work kept commenting on my veins being small / hard to draw from.
      So I started eating (and drinking) more vegetables and taking in less sodium and before long my veins started looking a lot larger and nicer and my labwork came back with better results too.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Best of luck with your health, glad to hear about the improvement. Just don't be a certain idiot I know who drank so much "low sodium" V8 that his feet swelled.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Idk about v8 but most low sodium products sub the sodium for potassium which can frick up your heart if you ingest too much

          I'm not like a guy with heart problems who needs to avoid sodium to not die.
          I'm just an older guy (hitting 40 in a couple years) who realized my health improved a lot by reducing sodiun intake.
          Started out last year when the phlebotomists for my blood work kept commenting on my veins being small / hard to draw from.
          So I started eating (and drinking) more vegetables and taking in less sodium and before long my veins started looking a lot larger and nicer and my labwork came back with better results too.

          I have the opposite problem. my veins bulge so much that nurses love me and one of them called my veins "sewer pipes". I eat like shit and I always attributed my huge veins to high blood pressure. I figured eating more sodium would swell your veins and not contract them.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I was in the hospital recently to try to get an elective gastrointestinal surgery (not a fat person thing; a Crohn's disease thing). And I can tell you the amounts of potassium companies are allowed to add to grocery store products are miniscule and far off from the amounts you're given in a hospital for basic common purposes like offsetting electrolyte loss from your intestines.
            If you have chronic kidney disease you could have issues with your potassium being too high, but also these issues are usually more your kidneys failing to clear it and less because you had too much of it.
            And if you're on ACE inhibitors for blood pressure then you need regular blood work to make sure you aren't getting high potassium levels or other problems like that. But even in that situation most people on ACE inhibitors won't be able to give themselves high potassium levels even when taking potassium supplements.
            It's weird but if you want large amounts of potassium in the US you need to buy it in powdered form, like that NoSalt product that looks like a salt shaker but uses potassium instead of sodium.
            If you try to buy supplements like a multivitamin for potassium the total allowed amount will only be like 10% of your potassium RDA.
            Even shit like Gatorade where the entire point of the product is restoring electrolytes will only have like 10% of your potassium RDA.
            Low sodium V8 has a much better / higher potassium amount in comparison, but only because most of that amount is naturally occurring in the tomatoes. The amount they add to the content already present is tiny.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Congrats on your veiny girth!

  8. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    When I was a kid people talked about this stuff like it was a liquid cure for cancer. Now I don't know a single person that drinks it.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I always knew it as a high school kid in the 2000s just as a way to get your vegetable servings in by drinking.
      My dad would drink it all the time after he got type 2 diabetes and then overhauled his diet so he wouldn't be fat and wouldn't require insulin.
      I originally got into the regular kind which I'd go to periodically back in my 20s since I didn't think the high sodium mattered for me in particular (vs. my dad who always got the low sodium kind). But more recently I've needed a lot less sodium to imrpove my vascular situation and also I've grown to dislike the flavor of foods and drinks with large amounts of salting like that.

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *