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    Hostess going under
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    seeit2 posted:
    When I first heard that the Hostess company was in trouble I thought, oh well, no more Twinkies, we don't eat that stuff anyway..but DH pointed out that they make the bread we buy. The only bread I've been able to find that is both milk-and peanut - safe for my kids. I'm so bummed. I have to go back to the shelves and start reading again...but I don't hold out much hope. I guess I'll go back to making my own bread, in my copious free time. (Where is the emoticon with the tongue hanging out?)
    Deb (40) DD (4) Funny, spirited, curious, has a severe milk allergy, DS (1) fearless and bottomless, peanut allergy
     
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    crunk05177 responded:
    Oh no! That stinks!!!! Everyone I know is going crazy on facebook about it! I haven't eaten that crap in years but the bread thing stinks! I hope you can find a new one that works for you.

    As my father in law would say, buy a bunch of loaves and freeze them. He freezes EVERYTHING!!!! Extra cake at a birthday party? Freeze it! Extra chinese food left over? Freeze it! LOL!


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