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Thread: Request: Larabar intervention

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    TOM BIHN Crew (we work here) Darcy's Avatar
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    Thanks for the heads-up, moriond. It's a sad day!
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    For those who live in North Seattle: the Roosevelt Whole Foods is out of Pistachio. But the PCC on 65th has them still! (With an enormous effort of will I did not clean out their stock.)
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    new to me - tropical fruit tart larabar

    i just discovered a new larabar - tropical fruit tart - i hadn't tried before (not sure how long it has existed, but it was quite a treat!).

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    That sounds amazing!!
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