What foods most often reappear in your poop?

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I chose corn. After eating corn on the cob, my poop is not only speckled with corn, but there's also the little bits floating in the water. Makes for a nice visual effect.

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Damn corn. What a pointless food. An utter waste of money and time in cooking it in its natural form. It only has one use, corn tortillas - nothing else. Anyone who denies this is a liar or an over-rich masochist.

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I had to vote "other" I had the opportunity to sample Chip Brown's culinary skills, and the finger nails just do not digest well at all.

yeah, we had finger sandwiches.

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i really don't see food reappear in my poop. i voted for tomato skins, but i don't know why. it's a lie. i never see tomato skins. what's going on here?
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I had to go with "other". Sesame seeds turn up more than anything else for me.

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I submitted this poll, and one reason I did is that I have seen everything I named, at one time or another. I voted "corn" because it is fairly consistent: if I eat it, I see it again. As stated on another column on this site, that doesn't mean the corn didn't digest; its former filling is now replaced by poop, while the yellow kernel still remains visible. Nuts, tomato skins, and carrots can all reappear, but for me they are less reliable. Comrade Poopov mentioned sesame seeds, and I have seen them too. The only item that puzzles me is carrots, because there aren't any shells or hard skins; I just don't seem to digest them completely, perhaps because I don't chew them long enough. Looking forward to hear what else "comes on through."

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Pepper skins a good bit, though that's similar to tomato skins. I have IBS, which often makes me go violently after meals... I've noticed broccoli the most, though! That's my vote ("other").

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Thunderbox, I have one word for you... Frito's. Mmmmm, Fritos. Frito Pie with vegetarian chili. Frito's and dip. Frito's with a veggie burger. Frito's.

I voted for tomato skins. But, sesame seeds is an excellent submission. I often find them making encores.


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I have to vote for corn...hands down...Everytime I eat corn, regardless of the form, whether canned, or on the cob, it reappears in my poop. In fact, corn seems to serve as a catalyst in the time that goes from consumption to elimination. But I must say, it works wonders when I am constipated.

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"Other". Potato skins.

But then, am I the only PoopReporter who eats potatoes with the skin on?


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Oh no. Homemade potato skins happen here about one a month. Scrubbed, baked taters, halved, fried, and filled with scallions, cheese, and whatever are baked, melted, and eateded. No mentionings of skins occur. What type of potatoes do you eat?


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I opted for "other". Salad greens, spinach, kale or collards. The greenery just scours its way thru my guts and comes out the other side looking much like it did on the way in!

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The only food that seems to go right thru these days is lumpy brown gravy. Even if i dont eat it.

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I second the potato skins - but it only happens to me with reds. I once had the skin of a baby red emerge in much the same shape as it went in.

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The only food I've ever seen in my poop is corn. However, if I eat beets, my poop is red for days.

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Thanks to Shitwit for her comment; I forgot about the greens, but she is absolutely right: they come on through me, too. Sometimes after a large helping of spinach, the poop itself has a greenish tinge, in addition to the visible leafage.
This noon, about 4 hours ago, I had a large helping of corn for lunch. It was good. I just had a b.m. about 10 minutes ago, also good, but it was too soon for the corn to show up. I'll certainly be watching tomorrow . . .

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I remember as a kid that peanuts (sans shell) and corn would pass through whole and seemingly undigested. In retrospect, I thought I chewed my food at least a little bit, but my memory seems to be of whole peanuts and of whole kernels, not chewed fragments. Of course, this was when I was really young.

Now, it only seems to be tomato skins (or possibly, green peppers). And usually only when I've got the squirts. The color usually is somewhat dulled, but I suppose that's because the wax on the tomato skin has been dissolved by the digestive process. It's kind of cool how the edges of the skin roll up but the middle still lies flat, kind of like little tomato scrolls.
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I eat massive amounts of sun flower seeds and I have examined them in my poop for the next couple days almost like a real gritty sand paper.

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I just remembered another returning food: mushrooms. I had some last night, so I may get to see them again as small smooth segments perhaps a slightly darker brown than the rest of the turd; they, with yesterday's corn, may make today's poop one to watch for.

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I voted corn, but also nuts do like to show up.

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Other= everything. Since my gallbladder was removed I have discovered the wonders of the bowels, as well as how well I chew. I once passed half of one of those yellow salad tomatoes and had to flush three times to get it down the pipe. Damn olive oil!

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Finally noted the "results" of the corn I ate a few days ago, as well as some other things. Yesterday, after Thursday night's big, big Mexican food feast, I actually had 3 bowel movements--a rarity nowadays, though it used to be common. My after-work b.m. did, indeed, show a bit of corn, just a kernel or two peeping coyly from the side of a turd; I never did see any trace of the mushrooms. Perhaps I chewed better than sometimes. I'm glad Eoz mentioned beets; sometimes I get that also, though more often part of the log will be deep red and the rest its normal brown. If I eat the beet greens (delicious!), those will often reappear in the same manner as spinach, though with a reddish tinge.

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love those roasted peanuts and also crunchy peanut butter.....see ya in the morning.

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tomato skins, but i eat tomatoes more often than the other things, which apart from carrots i've also seen before. grains from grainy bread is a good one, sesame seeds, or maybe those are tomato seeds. the other day i also seen green peppers. my friend once related a story to me of when he caught dysentry in asia, in it he shat entire peas.

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Anybody else ever see grapefruit in their poop? Sometimes it is like the consistency of pulp in orange juice.

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I voted other. I've seen gum in my poop!!!

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I voted for nuts, which could be seeds as well. I have found bits of sunflower seeds, peanuts, walnuts, almonds and cashews staring back at me when I take a moment to look at my production in the bowl. Times I eat whole kernel corn, I usually chew it up pretty well and pieces are small enough to pass unrecognized. But eating popcorn, I will notice the small spherical yellow shell casts the next day. Long live the poop! The poop endures forever! (see any paleontology article with "coprolite" in the title and read about dinosaur poop).
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I have a tendancy to eat quite ravenously, especially in mess halls. Therefore, things like corn tend to be swallowed whole by the mouthful. Needless to say, I regularly shit unharmed corn, as it's served several times a week sometimes.

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I voted other for a reason no one else has mentioned--mushrooms. They literally come out the same way they came in. But yeah, I've seen the other stuff too.

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I just remembered what it was like feeding my kids solid foods for the first time. Carrots would come out in the poop just as orange as they went in. And most of the time it would stain their bum orange too!

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hi, my first post here and I have to say I voted corn, although I agree with many of the other options posted here, such as nuts, grains, greens, peppers, mushrooms. The way I figure it is none of this stuff is doing me any good if its coming out the same way its going in, so I quit eating them... but the carrots I cook up with peeled potatoes and make mash and they never show up that way, I also peel the carrots. Maybe its because I'm getting old and I need to eat old peoples food, ya know soft and mushy, that way I'm convinced I'm getting the goodness out of it. I use smooth peanut butter too, I'm also vegetarian, so I make up for most of my lack of vitamins with fruit smoothies and legumes, which by the way, the cases of the legumes is another culprit of making a re-appearance...

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Overnight I had an unusual butt experience. Lunch yesterday was light: an apple, cottage cheese, and tomato soup, with a chocolate-chip Christmas cookie for dessert. Supper last night was ham and beans with a few other things, finished off with fruitcake. As might be expected, I had a little gas, but nothing else. During the night I got up to pee a few times, as usual. One of those times, I felt gas in my rectum, so I farted, and it ended up with a loud pop. I felt as though something tiny but solid had come out with the gas. Just in case, I sat and wiped; even in the dim light of the nightlight I could see that there was a slight stain on the paper, so I folded it, dabbed on a bit of Noxzema, and wiped again. The paper felt as though it had a lump in it, but I couldn't see anything, so I left it there and went back to bed. (Normally we don't flush during the night so as not to wake anyone up.) Well! This morning I went in to pee and noticed this little round dark thing in the water. I turned on the light to see--and it was, I believe, a chocolate chip! Apparently it had eluded my digestive juices and come through to escort my nightly gasses down the chute. Luckily, I had (of course) stood to pee, so my cheeks were together and prevented that little popper from dropping to the floor. It is hard to imagine chocolate coming through like that; I usually chew it too well.

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MSG, dont be fooled, those clever little dookies will often disguise themselves as a chocolate chips, in hopes of getting another ride through. You DID flush it?

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Peas.

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Dear PD, oh, yes, I flushed it; that is not one of my types of recycling. Thanks for the thought . . .

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RE: MSG's comment, I don't think that's possible. Your body heat would have melted the "chocolate chip" long before you made it to the bathroom. Just sayin'.

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CORN ON MY LOG, WHAT THE HELL CORN, JUST DIGEST!

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RE: College Poopette's remark: I'm sure you're right; I wonder if the little chip melted in such a way as to be replaced, molecule by molecule, by an identically shaped poop chip, and that's what popped. Color obviously fits.

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Interesting theory. I just e-mailed Bill Nye The Science Guy. Maybe he can find the answer.

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I would agree with College Poopette that 98 F is warm enough to turn chocolate into a semi-liquid. I'll bet the hard lump MSG found was something in the fruitcake! Fruitcake is a somewhat evil concoction with little gelatinous things, nuts and God knows what else in there. I would place the blame squarely on the fruitcake. "Don't touch that, it's pure EVIL!" (Time Bandits).
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MSG- I wouldn't doubt it.

If such a thing is possible with chocolate chip, who's to say it can't happen with chocolate bunnies. Cadbury eggs?

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The food that most shows up is lettuce, then corn (where I can find a kernel or 4 on the toilet paper when I wipe).

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I have a new entrant in the see-it-again list: beans. Yesterday I had lots of them, both Navy beans (lunch) and black beans (supper). After today's lunch (more Navy beans) I had to poop; there, quite visible, were many small black skins set like little dark gems in my turds. While it is obvious I had chewed well, the little pieces of skin obviously were not as digestible as the rest.

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Corn and Tomato skins occasionaly appear, but I voted other. Beets. Not really whole chunks, but the red color might as well be good enough.

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We had a good dish of carrots prepared with other vegetables, and the carrots reappeared, slightly, with little orange flecks. I had chewed them well, but apparently not everything got absorbed. Great meal anyway. [Remember--today's feast yields tomorrow's feces.]

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A new entrant appeared today: raisins. Yesterday I had some oatmeal raisin cookies at work. Though they tasted fine, they were obviously sort of old, and dense, and the raisins were fairly hard. This morning I saw three of them, floating, as part of my second poop of the day. They had obviously absorbed water and were much closer to round than when I swallowed them; further, they had faded to a light brown. No mistaking them, though.

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So, they had, in fact, become grapes again? Should have fished 'em out and made wine, Daphne loves wine.

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I usually get corn in my feces after consuming it, but after I've eaten things w/sesame seeds (like certain cheeseburgers) and/or lettuce, I get those as well. Never got nuts or any other things that were listed by the other commentators, though.

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Yes indeed, a nice Bor-doo. Sounds like it might be an excellent vintage.

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pnuts and corn yo!
Hence the name.