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Actually, when I ate the other two--knowing what was what--I could appreciate the
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Posted to Thread #30344 at 9:37 pm on Jun 14, 2018
texture a bit more. Oddly, enough, I love using almond meal in baked goods, so I'm thinking it was the lack of sweetness (in a cookie, what else is there???) that my tongue was expecting and the mini chips were definitely odd. I've bought full-size dairy-free chips before when baking for an extremely particular eater and could taste the difference in those. But that was way back when you had to track them down with a bloodhound and then turn over a kidney to pay for them.
PS: I never knew dark chocolate was dairy-free!
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Other messages in this thread:
- 30344. oh man, I just threw shade on a purchased cookie and it turns out I'm a GF/Paleo snob. - MarilynFL - 2:11pm on 06/12/18 (6)
- I readily admit 2 being a member of yr club--if it's that healthy, VERY doubtful I'll like it! [NT] - wigs - 1:52pm on 06/13/18
- Ugh, someone talked me into coconut sugar once telling me how great it was. - KarenNoCA - 1:57pm on 06/13/18
- I love coconut sugar. It's great sprinkled over Greek yoghurt. But it doesn't seem to set.. - Lana in FL - 1:34pm on 06/14/18
- It's good in coffee [NT] - cheezz - 8:21pm on 06/15/18
- Well the ingredients all sound nice, and usually milk isn't in dark chocolate, BUT! - Heather_in_SF - 5:40pm on 06/14/18
- Actually, when I ate the other two--knowing what was what--I could appreciate the - MarilynFL - 9:37pm on 06/14/18