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can't seem to find much at my whole foods and since I'm trying to stay away from dairy I thought I might order online..what do you like? I'm getting tired of wasting money.

also can't get enjoy life cookies, are there any you really like?

thanks

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Maple and Chocolate Glazed Doughnuts!!! MMMMMMMMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Good stuff.

-Jessica

can't seem to find much at my whole foods and since I'm trying to stay away from dairy I thought I might order online..what do you like? I'm getting tired of wasting money.

also can't get enjoy life cookies, are there any you really like?

thanks

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I like thier white sandwich bread. I don't use it for sandwiches, but toast. I think I actually like this better than regular bread for toast!

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Their pizza crusts, plain bagels, white sandwich bread, chocolate dipped donuts, cinnamon sugar donuts, CHOCOLATE CHIP MUFFINS, montana chocolate chip cookies, K-Toos are so FREAKING good. link to Kinnikinnick in my signature.

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Their montana choc chip cookies taste exactly like chips ahoy to me. I love thier bread and thier English muffins have become an addiction.

Elonwy

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I like the many wonders multigrain rice bread, rice flax and sunflower bread, tapioca rolls, pizza crusts, cinnamon rolls, chocolate and cinnamon donuts, chocolate chip and blueberry muffins, sesame bagels, montana chocolate chip cookies, K-toos and brownies! Can you tell i like them? Email your local whole foods and see if they will carry theses products. I did and she said they are working on getting them at the Mpls store. Also if you look on the site it will tell you what stores in your area sell them. Then I call them and ask them what they carry. ENJOY!

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I love the white sandwich bread - I think it's the best I've had yet! The K-Too's (like an Oreo) disappeared in my house, they were so good. I also ordered donuts, but haven't tried one yet. I'll definitely order again, and I think their shipping/handling prices were very reasonable. Hope you've got a big freezer! :D

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Their english muffins are great. We've used them as hamburger buns & to make french toast. They are thick, so I sometimes cut them in thirds instead of halfs.

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You have to try their chocolate dipped donuts- if you like chocolate. They taste like the real thing. I love them although I do have a low tolerance for chocolate products. Also the montana chocolate chip cookies are yummy- the best ch/chip cookies I tasted so far- and I tried a lot :rolleyes: The bread products are also the best out there. Hope you enjjoy

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I would love to try thier K-Too's but $10 shipping on one box of cookies stops me! Most of their stuff has egg in it so not like I can order alot to make up for shipping. :(

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I just checked out that Kinnikinnick site and there's a store that carries most of their products just down the stree from where I work. I will definatly go get me some of those cookies!!! Hope the prices aren't too bad. I'll save 10$ for shipping at least.

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The stores are a little more pricey than online. Like donuts are about $7 at the store and $5.99 on line. But not too bad. Especially if you are not going to buy much it will save.

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I don't really mind it being a little pricy. I'm not a big fan of sweets. I just get cravings sometimes so I don't eat them alot. I'm more of a salty snacks fan!!

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My faves are the double chocolate almond cookies. I have not found the K-toos yet to try, and I kind of don't think I should have to order online since the factory is in Edmonton and I live in Calgary. :rolleyes:

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wow, lots of great ideas, I'm looking for soy free as well.

thanks

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