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  • #61
    Doesn't everyone ???
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    • #62
      i supose pam would be a better choice then, i here they got a new butter flaverd one out now.
      thanks for the help
      ......or..........
      hope i helped
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      • #63
        How did this thread get from mill scale removal all the way through the "snip snip" and finally to its current position of making grilled cheese? Talk about getting side tracked.
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        • #64
          Originally posted by fun4now
          i supose pam would be a better choice then, i here they got a new butter flaverd one out now.
          They have a olive oil flavored one that I use for eggs, might have to try that one
          Regards, George

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