Do you remember Stouffer's Stove Top Stuffing?
The label had "Stoffer's" at an angle on the top of the box with "Stove Stop Stuffing" below it. The box colors were nearly the same as the Kraft
brand - but Stoffer's was a heavier font and angled.
This is no crap - I got a box of Stoffer's stuffing when I was on a cooking kick - I looked at the box on the shelf and had the thought that the
label had an "Aldi's" feel vs the more refined Kraft brand next to it (I bought it anyway).
There is an immense amount of 'residue' - tons upon tons of people referencing Stouffer's Stove Top Stuffing in recipes etc - but no images.
As usual, you can find many articles with an image of Kraft stuffing but with the text of "Stoffer's"...
(they give calorie info for Stouffer's stuffing, but show Kraft)
For some reason with the Mandela Effect you get constant examples where the title in the HTML is what we remember - but the
photo, byline and text is changed. It doesn't have to do with the code of the page though - because it's prevalent in Newspapers too - where the
paper is archived as an image - so the image in a newspaper will be a sale ad titled "Stouffers Stuffing" - with a Kraft box.. ..as though they're
Stouffer's didn't merge with Kraft...
Stouffer's didn't drop their stuffing line..
This doesn't have to do with memory...
..it's not minor, it's not a mistake..
..and it's not lexicon from nothing.
Stouffers Stove Top Stuffing has simply never existed.
So where did all these people get Stouffers Stove Top Stuffing from? They didn't just make it up out of thin air.
Why do I remember two distinctly different boxes right next to each other - even the direct thought "Stouffer's stuffing looks cheap compared to
I don't have an explanation as to how or why this is happening - but I know it's very real. I'd like to talk about the how and why - but we should
agree it's actually happening first before we try to 'solve it'.
Surely some of you remember Stouffers Stove Top Stuffing very clearly - I'd like to hear your experience.