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    Oh, but leaving the crust on is a completely different thing. I will read the patent and wonder why I did not think of doing that.
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    Guess I'm getting way too old too 'cause I couldn't imagine anyone not knowing what a fluffernutter is. Right now the jingle from the TV commercial (probably from the 60's) is going through my head. "... oh you need fluff, fluff, fluff - to make a fluffernutter - marshmallow fluff and lots of peanut butter..." Aaauuuggghhh - make it stop!

    My favorite is a slight variation - peanut butter and honey. Difference is that you aren't allowed to put peanut butter on both slices of bread because it keeps the honey from sinking in and crystallizing in the bread and getting crunchy. Sorry, gotta' go. I'm feeling the need to make a sandwich...
    Mark

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    I haven't had a fluffernutter sandwich since I was a kid. We used to eat them all the time. Funny how things change over the years. My dad still makes them though. He brings them to work when he works with me.
    Steve
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