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    Homemade Protein Bars



    Fast, easy and 16 to 32g of protein per bar depending how you divide the servings. No flours, no sugars.

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    You just solved my problem on how to use up the rest of my unflavored SunWarrior! You, of course, rock. The unflavored sun warrior on its own sucks, but it makes fantastic baking substance (waffles, cookies, etc)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    You just solved my problem on how to use up the rest of my unflavored SunWarrior! You, of course, rock. The unflavored sun warrior on its own sucks, but it makes fantastic baking substance (waffles, cookies, etc)
    Yay!!!!
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    Cool, checked out the recipe and seems simple enough. Noticed the use of the word "wicked" in the description of the taste and had to laugh, figured you had to be a fellow New Englander....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainer View Post
    Cool, checked out the recipe and seems simple enough. Noticed the use of the word "wicked" in the description of the taste and had to laugh, figured you had to be a fellow New Englander....
    LOL - From your title - looks like actually a fellow Mainer
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    Quote Originally Posted by curlygirl View Post
    LOL - From your title - looks like actually a fellow Mainer
    "how 'bout dem apples!" says the New England born Utahn
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    "how 'bout dem apples!" says the New England born Utahn
    You live in New England too?
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    Quote Originally Posted by curlygirl View Post
    You live in New England too?
    No. I live in Utah. I was born in MA. I used to spend my summers in NH.
    Hence New England born Utahn
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    I've been doing something very similar for quite a while. I often add a teaspoon or two of wildflower honey to sweeten things up a bit.

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    Cool recipe, thanks.

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