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    my daughter tried it...(was given some samples) she's not a picky child and will eat most things and will try most anything... she took 1 bite then gave me the "this is soo yucky, please don't make me eat anymore" face
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    I have tested this product, and it is a great product. It has Mon glyceride, sea salt, soy oil, toasted soy, etc. It is a healthy food for your children.
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    I prefer Nuts to you Peanut Butter
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    This pb sub is good but just the other SC'er this contains soy after my weeks of stay in the local hospital; I was slapped with a peanut allergy so for up to 2000's I had discovered this Wowbutter, it is a godsend I finally could eat a pb sub without hives, itching and heart palpitations, so this product is good calls for pad thai sans peanut yay!
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    I tried this a while back and I could tell the difference mostly in texture. Taste was okay, but it was really gummy in my mouth and didn't go down as well as regular peanut butter. Given that, I do have a jar at home in the off chance DD decides to actually eat something that resembles peanut butter for lunch. For anyone that buys it often, Costco's price for a large jar is fairly reasonable from what I remember.
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    i purchased the wowbutter bear paws once... once only.. kids asked me to never buy it again, but then again, they can both eat peanut butter, i just thought they should try something different
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    This stuff is gross. sorry. my family didn't like it one bit.
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    I avoid soy. Doesn't seem to be very healthy from what I've read, plus it should be avoided if you have thyroid issues (which I do). I prefer nut butters like almond butter or my new fave is cashew butter! Seed butters are also really good and Costco carries one with a variety of seeds in it.
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    The Day care now are only buying Wow butter. I visit them once a week to work with a special needs child and the Wow butter is a hit. They all love it. At first I did not like it at all and the second time, it was not so bad but I would not buy it for us as we like our Peanut butter to much..............................................

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