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Posted on: Thu, 12/28/2006 - 9:57am
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I agree it is oiler, but I usually just stir it in the jar and it's like new again. Just my two cents!
seanm, I haven't tried it in recipes yet. I have been wondering the same thing???

Posted on: Sun, 03/04/2007 - 2:13am
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i've never seen that at walmart (although i guess ihaven't been to one in awhile) but that's awesome cuz it is probably so much cheaper... soy nut butter is kind of pricy, huh?
i'm in montreal now and i recently found a soynut butter from this brand: [url="http://www.totallynutfree.ca/"]http://www.totallynutfree.ca/[/url]
It was awesome, my roommate ate half of it, and I survived just fine.

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