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Marilyn R

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One of my co-workers presented me with Michael Season's Baked Cheddar Cheese Curls for Christmas, along with a couple of new SF DF chocolate bars & rice crackers as a holdiday gift.

I want to buy a truckload of those Cheese Curls! They are outrageously good, and awesome on top of soup! They taste good and have a good crunch, they're really, really good.

She left the receipt in the gift bag. They were $2.99 at Whole Foods. I've never seen them in my local stores.

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yes, we love these but you can't just eat one!.. They have been around for a long while, they have chips too...If you like a bit of zing in a snack food try El's.. They remind me of the pub mix.. excellent too....

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:DThey're so good I'm going to tell DP all I want for Christmas is Cheddar Cheese Curls by Michaels. (As I'm finishing off the bag from the present I was supposed to open on Christmas.)

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:DThey're so good I'm going to tell DP all I want for Christmas is Cheddar Cheese Curls by Michaels. (As I'm finishing off the bag from the present I was supposed to open on Christmas.)

Not a bad price at the A. store, either!

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Our Whole Foods carries them, buy a case & save the 10%...I think they are also on the big river " A" store online...

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OOH! OOH! Could you list the ingredients? My local healthfood store carries their potato chips. Maybe if there's no corn in these I could eat them. If so, I'll see if they can them in.

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First ingredient is cornmeal-- SORRY!!!!!!

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First ingredient is cornmeal-- SORRY!!!!!!

I had no problem with corn shortly after going gluten-free, then had a big problem with corn (and dairy) but for the moment I'm good to go on both. I hate challenges when they fail, but I waited a year to try corn, so I'm on a corn wagon. I bought 4 bags of them as we were passing through a city with a WF. If I'd read your post, I'd have bought a case of them!

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Yes, it is the only way I buy gluten-free things by the case.It is about the only way to save big.....I try not to buy these buy the case because as I said you can't just eat one....Addictive....I get issues from to much corn once in awhile & I slack off for awhile... This happens alot in the summer months when fresh corn is available...

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Wow. Do you really think it's possible I could go back to eating corn again someday? I have my doubts because it seems that I'm more sensitive to corn than any of my other "poisons". I even got sick from one of the new corn based plastic bottles. I'm at the point where I was laughing at myself last night - While reading the paper I noticed an ad that had a picture of corn on it, and without realizing I had done it, I moved my hand to the top of the page because I didn't want to TOUCH it! :blink::lol:

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bartful

corn is an allergyso it is treatable... I just watch my intake of corn& soy but of course you may need to watch closer but yes allergies are treatable...I do the natural holistic appraoch for allergies but others go for allergy shots..

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I didn't poke positive on allergy testing, but corn gave my digestive system a good whack and whammy after going gluten-free.

I waited a year to try corn again because I'm a wussy about being sick. Maybe I should have tried it earlier, but I'm not going to dwell on that.

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I didn't poke positive on allergy testing, but corn gave my digestive system a good whack and whammy after going gluten-free.

I waited a year to try corn again because I'm a wussy about being sick. Maybe I should have tried it earlier, but I'm not going to dwell on that.

I waited three years before I ate ice cream :ph34r:

I tried lemons after a year and no go. I am able to tolerate some potato starch in baked goods now - still not game to try potatoes. Will try some home-grown tomato this summer :huh:

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Good luck with your tomato challenge this summer, Mushroom. If it's a go, that would add a world of good to your menu! I'm not big on fresh tomatos, but I love those little yellow pear shaped heirloom or nice sun ripened cherry tomatos.

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Good luck with your tomato challenge this summer, Mushroom. If it's a go, that would add a world of good to your menu! I'm not big on fresh tomatos, but I love those little yellow pear shaped heirloom or nice sun ripened cherry tomatos.

It's funny, I've got so used to my BLA sandwiches I don't know if I want to go back to BLT's or BLATs :rolleyes:

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It's funny, I've got so used to my BLA sandwiches I don't know if I want to go back to BLT's or BLATs :rolleyes:

Ooh, I've never tried a BLA, have a haas ripening on the counter...do you put a smidge of mayo on the toast or leave it off beause of the Avacado? Inquirying minds want to know. ;)

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