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    Would marshmallow fluff be good on top of cupcakes/muffins?

    That flutternutter doesn't so good to me. I just can't believe that the combination of marshmallow and peanut butter could be good! But I don't like peanut butter so no wonder I can't see that combination very tasty.

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    I think that would be nice, I would eat them if you made them

    I do like peanut butter, not sure how it would taste though but I will try anything once
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    Try the Fluffernutter already !!!

    (white bread, UNtoasted)

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    I'm also a fan of the buzzernutter and the nannernutter. And on rare occasions, the picklenutter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crimsonthread View Post
    I'm a fan of fluff, because it's a vegetarian alternative to marshmallows. i can still have my s'mores! (Minus the campfire, unfortunately)
    I don't get it Crimson, what's in a marshmallow that would make it something a vegetarian couldn't eat?

    Answered my own question, there's gelatin in marshmallows. Gelatin: A colorless or slightly yellow, transparent, brittle protein formed by boiling the specially prepared skin, bones, and connective tissue of animals and used in foods, drugs, and photographic film.

    O, btw, I always ate a fluffernutter as a kid with peanut butter, fluff AND jelly! (Always had to have the jelly too!)
    Last edited by stitchy; 07-19-2009 at 02:19:16.

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    Stitchy - I think there's gelatin in regular marshmallows (Unless that's what your talking about in the answered my own question thing )
    And apparently Gelatin is pig fat, tendons and ligaments

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    Even if I wasn't a vegetarian, the idea of geletin and where it comes from would gross me out.

    It's also in Jello, gummy worms, Starburst, Skittles, yogurt, and most gelcap medicines.
    Last edited by Crimsonthread; 07-19-2009 at 02:09:47.

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    Oh, well, most of what we eat it pretty gross. Gelatin or not, we all eat an average of 1 pound of bugs from our food every year, so Crimson, you are getting some animal protein in your diet, like it or not!


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    Another gross thing about food : Carmine, a red dye used in strawberry yogurt and other things like milkshakes is actually a ground up bug that gets its red color from the red berries it eats

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    I understand that, Stitchy. I choose not to eat animals, but I can't do anything about things I have no choice over.

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