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Old 12-19-2015, 09:48 PM   #20
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on the pie topic...

i was making pumpkin pie over the thanksgiving holiday. while i have made my own crust in the past, it is a messy process and i wanted to cheat and get a ready made crust.

you would be surprised at how many pie crusts, frozen or ready made, still are made with lard. i get the flaky crust thing, but i just can't get into the lard thing. i tried most of the big name frozen crusts and even the store brands. the only one i found without it was mrs. smith's. it took me several stores to find those. just wanted to mention so that any vegan/vegetarians out there are aware the old school process is still out there.
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