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May 11, 2013

Hazelnut Coffee Pancakes

By Worker Bee
85 Comments

Hazelnut Coffee Pancakes

This is a recipe from the brand new Primal Blueprint Publishing book Primal Cravings: Your Favorite Foods Made Paleo. Order your copy today and claim a bunch of free gifts while the limited-time offer lasts. See all the details here.

Hazelnut, coffee, and maple together in a harmonious breakfast package. Take a traditional pancake, jack it up with some of this morning’s coffee, mix in some crushed hazelnuts, and top with a few pats of butter! It’s a great grain-free take on an old non-Primal favorite.

Now, should these pancakes become a staple of your diet, completely replace your morning omelet? No. Should you drown the pancakes in maple syrup? I wouldn’t advise that. A little drizzle is probably more than enough. And for some people, perhaps too much. Know thyself.

But, these pancakes are perfect for certain occasions:

  • If you’re transitioning from a Standard American Diet, use this recipe as a stepping stone, replacing your traditional pancake recipe with this one as you inch closer to a Primal way of eating.
  • If your non-Primal mother’s favorite dish is pancakes and you want to surprise her tomorrow on Mother’s Day, serve her this healthier twist. She’ll probably be none the wiser. (Hat tip to Karen in the comment board.)
  • If you are craving the taste of the pancakes you grew up with but don’t want to eat the ingredients you grew up with, and you have room to spare in your 80/20. This is a much better option than caving and ordering a tall stack at your local pancake house.

Enjoy!

Servings: Makes about 10 pancakes

Ingredients:

  • 1?2 cup tapioca flour
  • 1?2 cup coconut flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1?4 cup hazelnuts, skinned and finely chopped
  • 1?4 teaspoon coffee extract
  • 1 cup brewed coffee
  • Cooled 4 eggs
  • Butter for pan
  • Maple syrup (optional)

Instructions:

1. Whisk together the tapioca flour, coconut flour, baking soda, and baking powder in a bowl. Add the chopped hazelnuts and whisk to combine.

2. In a large bowl, whisk together coffee extract, coffee, and eggs.

3. Whisk the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients.

4. Melt a few tablespoons of butter over medium heat in a griddle pan or skillet. Working in batches, pour or ladle the pancake batter onto the griddle. Let the pancake cook about 2 other side for another 2 minutes or until browned.

5. Serve with maple syrup (optional).

Hazelnut Coffee Pancakes

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Hannah
Hannah
3 years 4 months ago

Mmm yum!! I love coffee in the morning, why not put it in my pancakes? Caffeinated!

George
George
3 years 4 months ago

Here is the nutrition breakdown because I bet I’m not the only one wondering. This is per pancake (since it makes 10). I assumed 1 pat of butter and 1 Tbsp of maple syrup (that was per pancake, so less is less carbs). I suggest this is included so people know what they are getting.

Calories: 151
Carbs: 19g
Fat: 7g
Protein: 5g

EatMoveSleep
EatMoveSleep
3 years 4 months ago

Yep thanks – I wasn’t going to eat it anyway.

From your figures the approx percentages of food energy

Carbs 50%
Fat 40%
Protein 10%

Harry Mossman
3 years 4 months ago

Looks and sounds great. Maybe for a special treat. I wouldn’t eat just one, and I would probably use more than one tablespoon of maple syrup.

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Mary
Mary
3 years 4 months ago
Mark, I truly respect you and love this website (I read it daily). I also appreciate your many recipes and have even made a few of them (all excellent!). I encourage others to check out this site and consider the Primal diet (and lifestyle) superior over everything else, even Paleo (which tends to get more attention). However, I’m having a hard time consolidating your main philosophy with a sudden (and abrupt) about face. The new cookbook looks jazzy, but I thought you weren’t for promoting foods that truly aren’t primal even when made primal. In other words, what is with… Read more »
eema.gray
eema.gray
3 years 4 months ago

Agree. Completely. Well articulated. 🙂

Travis
Travis
3 years 4 months ago

Also agreed. Glad I’m not the only one who found this bizarre…

LLY
3 years 3 months ago

Totally agree….it’s like what happened to Dr. Oz. Sell-outs? Actually, I applaud you Mark if you are realizing that there is more to life than watching every.single.thing that you eat. If you are eat, drink, live, dream food….then where’s the living? But I am confused by a few things myself…like the “Primal Fuel Protein Powder” you’re selling – which includes maltodextrin, sucrose and whey protein….um, aren’t these sugars and dairy?

ChocoTaco369
3 years 4 months ago
Mary, I agree with the general premise of your post. It would have served Mark much better if he would have prefaced this recipe as an “indulgence,” possibly for Mother’s Day. He has in the past Primal-ified things for holidays, such as pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving. With the preface, it went over very well. That being said, there is nothing automatically healthy about a Primal/paleo food, and nothing automatically unhealthy about a so-called “neolithic” food. Eating this way tends to show benefits for one main reason: nutrient density per calorie of food. The SAD is loaded with high calorie, low… Read more »
Mary
Mary
3 years 4 months ago
Choco- Sorry, I wasn’t clear and or came across offended. There is nothing wrong with maple sugar (agreed), especially when organic. I have maple sugar in my cupboard. I eat it sparingly, though. Not because it’s a carb, but because it is a sugar. I eat fruit all the time and sweet potatoes, etc. Carbs are not something I avoid. As for bacon, I eat it sparingly too and I only buy nitrate-free (which one could argue makes no difference). I don’t think there is anything wrong with bacon. My complaint is that SAD comfort (mostly junk) food does not… Read more »
Darcie
Darcie
3 years 4 months ago

“Maple syrup, honey and blackstrap molasses all run circles around bacon, coconut oil, lard or tallow for health because their calories are packed with antioxidants and minerals whereas the fats are not. The only fat with any measurable nutrition is grassfed butter/ghee for the Vitamin A and K2, and even that falls short of maple syrup in terms of nutrient density.”

But that’s talking micronutrients only. Since fat itself is a macronutrient, how can one say that fat hardly has any measurable nutritition?

ChocoTaco369
3 years 4 months ago
Mark absolutely promotes the 80/20 way of living. It’s his concept. This is a food that fits into the 20%. Realistically, I eat 2 meals a day for 14 meals a week. Realistically, I could eat this 3 nights a week and hit the mark. That’s pretty liberal. The MDA forums used to be a strange place years ago and had quite a loyal following of carnivores. I think where this community is going is toward common sense instead of platitudes, and that makes me happy. The pancakes on this post, while not super nutritious, aren’t unhealthy, either. Consider the… Read more »
ChocoTaco369
3 years 4 months ago

Darcie, fat is a macronutrient, just like a carb. There is nothing magical about fat in and of itself. If it doesn’t come with micronutrients, it is just empty calories. Coconut oil is the same thing as sugar, for example. If you eat a tablespoon of coconut oil, you eat 120 calories of a nutritionless fat that gets metabolized directly into your liver for energy and your own body fat burning is put on hold. When you eat 3 tablespoons of sugar, the same thing happens.

Miket
Miket
3 years 4 months ago

“it’s about nutrient density, and people forget that most traditional, healthy societies are high carb/low fat because they are from tropical societies where lean game meats, starches and fruits rule and fatty game is nowhere to be found.” I hadn’t forgotten this because it isn’t true. However, if you replace “most” with “some” then you are much closer to the truth. High fat foods including fish, organ meats, dairy are all rich sources of essential nutrients

ChocoTaco369
3 years 4 months ago
Human begins evolved from equatorial regions. We did not migrate toward colder weather climates until very recently. A longstanding human diet mirrors that of an indigenous African tribe – lean game meats, starches and fruits. Fatty fish is a very new addition to the diet, which is probably why people have fish allergies yet allergies to land meats are extremely uncommon. Fish may be nutritious, but the PUFA’s are an issue. I prefer very lean fish for health and avoid the omega 3’s. I love dairy due to the SFA profile. I actually consume mostly lean red meats and get… Read more »
Ham-Bone
Ham-Bone
3 years 4 months ago

I agree that it is all about nutritional bang for your caloric buck. But, I’m sorry, I have to disagree about fat vs. sugar. 120 calories of coconut oil is not the same as 120 calories of sugar. Insulin response and essential fatty acids come to mind.

Anju
Anju
3 years 4 months ago

You are, as always, a breath of fresh air, ChocoTaco.

Anna
Anna
3 years 1 month ago

Wow from a newbie, I want to echo this: Chocotaco all of that much appreciated !! I have had my doubts re bacon for brekky – and all of the details here are very very very useful. If you get this, can you point us to more info re what you’ve clearly learnt somewhere along the way if that is at all feasible? Any websites or particular books that go into this much detail would be so appreciated by me…

Brian
Brian
1 year 7 months ago

Well said. Except bacon is super delicious, and we can squeeze nitrates outta celery. (And in defense of Mark, dairy is natural as it gets and even maltodextrin is better than it sounds…20% y’all)

BGottfried
BGottfried
3 years 4 months ago
Mary, something to keep in mind is that for those who have gluten intolerance or Celiac disease, eating standard wheat-based pancakes just isn’t an option. In general, I think Mark’s about face has been about relaxing the Primal Blueprint to allow for individual variation; some people function better on more carbs and less fat and some on more fat and less carbs. I applaud his decision to do so, as there’s no one diet that is perfect for anyone. The real strength of the Primal Blueprint is that it’s the perfect starting point; it allows people to figure out what… Read more »
RenegadeRN
RenegadeRN
3 years 4 months ago

+1

Alex
Alex
3 years 4 months ago

+3. Seems to be a creeping epidemic among low carb/primal/paleo bloggers since Paul Jaminet’s ‘safe starch’ onslaught!

Maya
Maya
3 years 4 months ago

Agreed. I did a search for “paleo” recipes on Pinterest and was very disappointed to see a bunch of fake carbs– nothing but cakes, cookies, etc. I think the reason this diet is so great is that it gets you eating and craving the GOOD stuff (and not sweating occasional splurges of the other stuff)… these recipes seem to totally miss the point. But I get that this is what people want (to judge from Pinterest)… I just suspect that people who approach the diet by trying to mimic SAD food will be disappointed and will conclude it doesn’t “work.”

Karen
Karen
3 years 4 months ago

Maybe something to make with mother day ? Looks so nice and it gives me an idea for tomorrow 🙂

Luke
3 years 4 months ago
Mary – Not to speak for Mark but he has many times in the past stated that he views these types of foods as more indulgences and treats. I’m sure any of your friends you send here if they spend any time on the website would pick up on that theme. I agree these aren’t perfect paleo substitutes but many people who go primal find they are quite intolerant to wheat and if they want to indulge in a pancake are at least doing so without the gluten. The lesser of evils if you will. In my experience certain paleo-frankenfood… Read more »
Mary
Mary
3 years 4 months ago
I hear you, Luke. You are correct that many folks turn to Primal/Paleo only when they know they can still get their SAD fix (i.e. comfort food). But that’s not in keeping with the Primal lifestyle or philosophy, in my opinion. I can’t tell you how many Paleo/Primal websites I’ve been on where the members are rabidly sharing recipes for their favorite comfort foods, using ingredients that, although allowed on the diet and nutritious, are often times more calorie dense than if they’d just used wheat – WAY more calorie-dense and promoted as healthy and “eat all you want without… Read more »
Nick
Nick
3 years 2 months ago
I don’t know if you’re fully understanding the reasoning behind the inclusion of this recipe and others like it. The system can’t be all about BEING Primal; there has to be some room for BECOMING Primal, which can be a long, complex, and difficult process for people who have spent all of their lives enjoying SAD foods and are still surrounded by Burger Kings. While changing lifestyles cold-turkey works for some of us, the overwhelming majority need some tools to help make the transition easier (and prevent a relapse.) So yes, this absolutely is junk food. That doesn’t mean it… Read more »
Sue
Sue
2 years 3 months ago

Luke, I am a newbee, 3 weeks into the whole primal thing and knew before hand this was exactly as you state… an indulgence! This was also my first time EVER making anything without sugar and white flour. I will admit my first reaction to my first bite of these (without syrup) was to spit it out but, after my 2nd, 3rd and 4th bite it was not so bad. Daily indulgence? no… Monthly, maybe, with the syrup and butter! And I think I’d ditch the hazelnuts and use walnuts.

Nancy
Nancy
3 years 4 months ago

I am in complete agreement. I feel like the lines are slowly getting blurred between paleo/primal and regular old SAD stuff bumped up and glorified by adding coconut anything to it. I know mark probably wants to keep broadening his appeal … But I like the idea of sticking to the real primal stuff and letting others see the heathy results without the ploy of ridiculious pancakes to do it. Btw – is that a hamburger bun on the cover??

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Angela
Angela
3 years 4 months ago

I find this entirely appropriate for MDA and agree with Luke, without trying to speak for Mark, but speaking as an MDA reader. I was stoked when I read this recipe because I love pancakes but the thought of a typical wheat pancake is unappetizing. Surely I won’t eat these every morning for breakfast but wouldn’t mind indulging for my birthday breakfast or a similar occasion when I’m feeling like straying for something a tish sweet but don’t want to stray too far. I thought the title of the cookbook said it all…?

Harry Mossman
3 years 4 months ago
+1 I have been following Mark for 5 years. I don’t call myself “Primal” because I eat (organic) white rice and potatoes and (organic, sprouted) corn tortillas several times a week and refuse to call them “20%” or indulgences. I would NEVER have looked twice at Primal if it was strict Paleo. I passionately support Mark because he is flexible and reasonable, not fanatically Paleo. As for bacon, our ancestors have been smoking and eating fatty meat since they first poked around after a wildfire and found some roasted meat. That would be hundreds of thousand years ago. Strict Paleo… Read more »
Siobhan
Siobhan
3 years 4 months ago
Well, when I see recipes like this, I just turn off. Not just because of the whole issue of primalizing SAD foods, but because of the tiny amount of weird ingredient. Coffee extract? One-quarter teaspoon? Who has coffee extract in their pantry? I’m going to go out and purchase something like this and use a tiny amount? Yes, I realize it is concentrated. Still, what else am I going to use it for? I prefer recipes that are made up of ordinary ingredients, or at least something that I can reasonably expect to use again.
eema.gray
eema.gray
3 years 4 months ago

+1

I make the effort for unusual ingredients for truly special occasions – birthdays, holidays – but for an indulgent weekend breakfast, no way.

W. J. Purifoy
W. J. Purifoy
3 years 4 months ago

I’m with you on the weird ingredient issue. If it’s something that’s hard to get or very expensive, or a major part of the recipe, I just skip the recipe and cook something else.

In this case, I’ll probably make the pancakes without the “extract” – a cup of coffee, after all, IS coffee extract, so why double the effort? If I want stronger coffee flavor, I’ll just make stronger coffee.

Christine
3 years 4 months ago

Looks really yummy!

What I’d like to know is: What ingredients are in the baking powder you use? I have two different baking powders with a) disodium pyrophosphate, sodium bicarbonate, wheat starch, or b) potassium tartrate, sodium bicarbonate, corn starch.
Haven’t been able to find a baking powder without starch yet.

What is your opinion regarding this? Too little a dose to be of importance?

Thank you!
Christine

eema.gray
eema.gray
3 years 4 months ago

Baking powder can be mixed, starch free, from cream of tarter and baking soda. I’m enough of a kitchen geek that I get slightly pissed off when I find out that packaged things like B.P. can be easily compounded by hand for half the price. I believe the ratio is 4 parts baking soda to 1 part cream of tarter but it’s been awhile since I’ve mixed it up so double check before you go compounding!

Primal Paul
Primal Paul
3 years 4 months ago

The ratio is 2:1 Cream of Tartar to Baking Soda. Easy-Peasy.

Christine
3 years 4 months ago

Thank you both, I’ll go hunting 😉 for potassium tartrate (cream of tartar) now. There already is loads of baking soda in my house, since I use it as shampoo.

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Marta
Marta
3 years 4 months ago

From what I remember, Mark provided the nutritional information at the back of his book. It is very easy to see that those pancakes are not exactly health food. But if u really want pancakes …..this sounds yummy…not lean but tasty…

Lucy
Lucy
3 years 4 months ago
What is so wrong with eating SAD food with a Primal twist on occasion? I have been Primal for a little over two years and I have no intention of turning back. My favorite food and still is Pizza I could live off of it and at one time in my life I probably did! I miss the crunch and texture of wheat pizza crust but I can’t eat or else I have to deal with the consequences so I substitute what I can to make it as Primal as possible so I can have best of both worlds. I… Read more »
George
George
3 years 4 months ago

Looks awesome. Not a coffee guy, wonder what I could substitute for that? Anyway, keep up the good work Mark. I’m going to show my wife the Primal Cravings cookbook and see if she wants to order it, she needs comfort food type of substitutes like this, she is not as hard core as I am.

Dianne
Dianne
3 years 4 months ago
I totally don’t mind seeing that recipes for stuff like this exists, but I just don’t want it – certainly not at the moment. I’ve been primal since October last year and although I’m feeling stronger, healthier and overall just a damn site better than I’ve ever done. However I came across the paleo lifestyle whilst looking for a way to lose weight (I’ve about 60 pounds to lose). I haven’t lost anything yet (not even bodyfat!) so am a little frustrated. But, when the weight does go it’s nice to know that there is a decent recipe book out… Read more »
Amy
Amy
3 years 4 months ago

Tapioca powder?!

Primal Paul
Primal Paul
3 years 4 months ago

aka Tapioca Starch.

gibson
gibson
3 years 4 months ago

I was also surprised to see the pancake picture and almost decided not to read it. Very interesting conversation in the comments. I’ve changed my idea of “comfort food” to a level that would have apalled me years ago. A newbie may find it hard to make the transition away from things like bread and pancakes, though, and this recipe might help someone cross over. 😉 I just don’t feel the need.

KathyKathy
KathyKathy
3 years 4 months ago

Calm down people. It’s just a tasty recipe for grain-free pancakes. It won’t clash with your loin cloth.

Liz
Liz
3 years 4 months ago

My thoughts exactly! It’s not like they will jump off the screen and come get you!

I appreciate a good gluten free recipe as I cook for some people who really are gluten sensitive. I like to be able to offer a treat that won’t cause them immediate health issues. Most of the time I cook meat and vegetables, but sometimes something sweet and delicate is nice.

Jay
Jay
3 years 4 months ago

+ 100.

If there’s anything worrying about this thread it’s the level of overreaction and dogmatic response over what is nothing more than an extra option if and when you want it. The book (and other similar books/websites) will appeal to those who are seeking recipes of that type. For the rest of the population it can simply be ignored.

As has been said above, one of the most appealing things about Mark’s approach is the complete lack of dogma or self-righteousness. There’s no place for it in the Primal community either.

Sarah T
3 years 4 months ago

Hazelnut coffee pancakes?! I wonder how one decides to mesh together all the best parts of breakfast into a meal! Can’t wait to try this recipe!

Mark Sisson
3 years 4 months ago

I’ve added a few thoughts to the beginning of this article to answer some of your questions/concerns, and to clarify how I see these pancakes fitting into the Primal Blueprint. Hope it helps!

By the way, note that the maple syrup is completely optional.

Grok on!

Mary
Mary
3 years 4 months ago

Thank you for the additional comments, Mark. Knowing myself, I’m staying clear, but having you clarify is truly appreciated. Have a great weekend.

Reventon
Reventon
3 years 4 months ago
That’s one thing I really love seeing in this community you don’t see elsewhere – a spirited discussion staying civil and and letting common sense rule in the end. Kudos to all. Only one thought I want to add in: The idea behind the Primal Cravings cookbook and smart indulgences in general (red wine, chocolate etc) is to, very simply, sate cravings. If you don’t have a deep seated psychological or physiological craving the recipe is intended to sate, then of course it’s utterly pointless eating the food and may well derail your progress on your current goals if fat… Read more »
Pat
3 years 4 months ago
I haven’t checked out the cookbook yet, but it sounds like the type of recipes I came up with for years of being gluten free, but mine never made into the cookbook I had planned. I thought this might be a good place to post my primal “pancake”, which is very satisfying and I believe very primal and simple: For 1 pancake Mix together: 1/4 C almond flour (I use Trader Joes) ~1/2 tsp cinnamon salt to taste, I think I use about 1/8 tsp 1 heaping tsp beef gelatin (Now Foods) Add; 1 pastured egg a bit less than… Read more »
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GiGi
3 years 4 months ago

Oh just stop it with that food porn, lol…

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Christine
Christine
3 years 4 months ago

I always wonder if cooking with nuts or nut flour is a good thing? Wouldn’t it make the fats unhealthy?

chris
chris
3 years 4 months ago

Is there any way to make these without eggs?

I have been searching for a paleo/primal egg, dairy, soy free pancake. please, I am craving pancakes!!!

Thanks!

Jacob
Jacob
3 years 4 months ago
While the source of my advice is by no stretch of the imagination paleo/primal, perhaps it can help you out. I make what I call panCAKES for my wife on special occasions (1/2 pancake batter and 1/2 cake batter; I know I know let the onslaught begin, just know I usually skip over them for bacon 🙂 ) and I just use oil and water in the mix to make the batter…no eggs. Now I’m not sure how this would work with more exotic flour-like ingredients (almond/coconut flour) but it might be worth a shot in a small test amount.… Read more »
Jacob
Jacob
3 years 4 months ago

Sorry, didn’t see you say dairy free…might try what some of the other posters said by adding some baking powder (soda?) to fluff it up…I never had an issue with them being fluffy, but like I said, completely different list of non-paleo ingredients, so I don’t know how they’ll react.

Lynn
Lynn
3 years 4 months ago

To go in a slightly different direction, I’d love a copy of the cookbook and was going to order it through this site but the handling was calculated at $18.95. (I live in Canada.) Not going to do that; I’ll wait til it’s available elsewhere, even full price would be better than forking over that amount of $ for handling. Maybe Amazon as part of an order that qualifies for free Super Saver shipping? Just thought you’d like to know, might impact your sales.

Susan
Susan
3 years 4 months ago

You can order it in Canada from amazon.ca (Amazon’s Canadian site).

greta
greta
3 years 4 months ago

You people drive me crazy if you don’t want to eat them don’t eat them. Don’t ruin it for everyone and whine on his blog about how they aren’t 100% primal.

pam
pam
3 years 4 months ago

this looks yummy.

i’m amused @ some people’s reaction.

but why is dark chocolate ok? it’s processed & still has sugar & sometimes soy lecithin.

cheers,

Malandro
Malandro
3 years 4 months ago
Much ado about nothing, it seems to me. Since when is maple syrup, eaten occasionally and in small amounts, not primal? This post bears pointing out: https://www.marksdailyapple.com/primal-paleo-cod-liver-oil-sunflower-butter-mead-maple-syrup-pectin/ @chocotaco (since I can’t seem to reply to you directly): if glucose is so terribly, massively important to our health and well being—and the fuel that our bodies really want to be fed, above all else—then why are our bodies only able to store a comparatively tiny amount of it? Why is it that much more than a teaspoon in your bloodstream is potentially fatal? There’s also no such thing as an “essential… Read more »
Susan
Susan
3 years 4 months ago

Have not read the entire thread, but could someone please tell me what “coffee extract” is? Is it the same as dehydrated coffee, or something else entirely? Thanks.

Molly
Molly
3 years 4 months ago

There is an actual extract at the grocery that’s Coffee flavored (like Almond Extract or Lemon Extract or Peppermint Extract). I’m assuming that’s what it is..?

Susan
Susan
3 years 4 months ago

Molly, I had no idea. Thanks for the reply 🙂

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wendy
wendy
3 years 1 day ago

ok,so i can’t do caffeine. i substituted flax milk for the coffee stuff and downed these babies with REAL maple syrup ( just a tad). OMG. this tasted JUST LIKE bisquick. thank you!!!!

Norton Bilsby
Norton Bilsby
2 years 6 months ago

Well, this ruined pancake day.

Varune
Varune
2 years 2 months ago

Just wondering if Mark will reply to Mary’s original post. Lots of people chiming in and giving their opinions except for Mark who I’d be most interested in reading his response.

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