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Joie de vivre
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Your the man Noah!! My wife is clicking away to order some hard to find items, she really likes to cook using a lot of unique spices, etc,

Thanks for posting...!


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I have a question about Pine Nuts...why do they cost three fingers and a testicle?? Is it a supply/demand issue or is it the cost of growing/harvesting? Or both??

Oh...and pretty AWESOME offer, Mr. Noah! Thanks for the link and reaching out, sir!


They have to get them out of pine cones. (Really!)

I love pine nuts, but have only eaten small amounts very occasionally since an episode of "pine mouth" a couple of years ago.

It's this weird thing that happens rarely after eating a lot of pine nuts where you get a strong bitter metallic taste in your mouth... for two or three weeks. Everything you eat or drink has an underlying flavor of sucking on an old, tarnished spoon.

At the time it happened to me, they thought it was linked to a specific species of pine nuts that mainly comes from China, but more recent research seems to indicate it can happen with any pine nuts and they don't really understand why it happens.
 
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Huh...that IS weird! Eek

I only use them in salads, so my consumption level probably wouldn't cause what you had. Oh...and I knew they were harvested from actual pine cones, but dayum...they're more expensive than drugs! If I'm going to die from eating any kind of nut, it'll be sunflower seeds. You know the big bag of David's Jumbo?? Yeah...I could down that in a single sitting if I didn't stop myself.



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I love sunflower seeds, too.

My daughters' school is completely peanut-free and tree nut-free, but all the little kids (except the few who are allergic) love PB&J at home. The new, cool thing to take to school for lunch is a PB&J that uses sunflower seed butter instead of peanut butter. It's actually pretty tasty!
 
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Holy schmoly... Really nice site, Beancooker.

Lots of nice choices...

Just placed an order.


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I love sunflower seeds, too.

My daughters' school is completely peanut-free and tree nut-free, but all the little kids (except the few who are allergic) love PB&J at home. The new, cool thing to take to school for lunch is a PB&J that uses sunflower seed butter instead of peanut butter. It's actually pretty tasty!


Yes sir. That would be sunbutter. It’s pretty awesome. We have it for sale too. Smile




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Balzé Halzé:
now I see that you're about as bright as a black hole, and twice as dense. Good lord.
The “lol” thread
 
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Thank you. Order placed - hope this works well for all involved.
 
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My wife went hog wild. Then again we buy as much as we can in bulk because of living in the middle of nowhere.

Thank you.


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My order arrived today.

Thanks
 
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Mine came today, too.

Good stuff!

Beautiful dried mushrooms, my daughters love the dried strawberries, everything looks great.
 
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My order arrived this evening. I know we’ll enjoy the Anasazi beans! Many thanks!





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My order arrived this morning and the Mrs. and I are enjoying the Grand Canyon Gorp at this very moment. AWESOMENESS.

I have nuts, figs,cranberries and other dry goods that I'm looking forward to sampling. That 5 pound bag of wheat bran is going to be used in some of my bread recipes.

Thanks!!
 
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I'm super happy that there was something for everyone. We are getting orders in daily, and while smaller than normal, please check back if there was something we were out of stock on.




quote:
Balzé Halzé:
now I see that you're about as bright as a black hole, and twice as dense. Good lord.
The “lol” thread
 
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Originally posted by Strambo:
I'm deployed, tried to order but it didn't like the APO when I entered it as my zipcode, 09240. If you can ship to an APO, I'd be happy to order. I'm in Kosovo; most foods are pretty cheap on the economy but nuts are really expensive!

In any case, good idea to expand your direct to consumer sales and good luck!


I'm looking into this right now, and I'll let you know later today.




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Balzé Halzé:
now I see that you're about as bright as a black hole, and twice as dense. Good lord.
The “lol” thread
 
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Got my order too! These chocolate covered covffe beans are delicious.





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Strambo it looks like our UPS system doesn’t ship to APO AE boxes. I’m sorry that I can’t ship to you.
Give me a couple weeks as this whole craziness unravels and I’ll see about getting it shipped to you by other means.




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Balzé Halzé:
now I see that you're about as bright as a black hole, and twice as dense. Good lord.
The “lol” thread
 
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Bean, if you ship it to me, I will reship to the APO
 
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Originally posted by Jeff Yarchin:
Bean, if you ship it to me, I will reship to the APO

Let’s get this guy an order.
Strambo (I keep wanting to cal, you swimbo)
Email me your order and contact info.
You, me, and Jeff will make this happen on Monday.

Jeff, thank you so much. Email me your shipping address as I don’t have the box from the coffee you sent me.
As soon as Strambo gets me his order, it’ll be on the way.




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Balzé Halzé:
now I see that you're about as bright as a black hole, and twice as dense. Good lord.
The “lol” thread
 
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Email sent. Happy to help.
 
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Beancooker, any eta when a 50lb high protein flower will be back in stock?
 
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