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    Default Quick question!

    Do you peel twiggy sticks? You know the kind you get from the deli? I never have before, but today I was chopping some up for DD's snack and noticed a frayed, papery edge.. which I peeled off and it was like a layer of thin paper
    Is it edible or do you have to remove it? Very serious dilemma, I know

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    It's edible. Sort of the same as the casing on kabana or sausages.

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    Lol, yep it's edible but if I can peel it off I do.

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    Oh phew! Freaked out for a sec there.. Lol. DS has been eating it for years!

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    I remember the fake chocolate smokes you could buy and they were wrapped in paper to look like real smokes and it was so hard to peel off I'd just eat it lol

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    I peel it only cos I don't like the texture, DH eats it.

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    I eat it

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozeymumof5 View Post
    I remember the fake chocolate smokes you could buy and they were wrapped in paper to look like real smokes and it was so hard to peel off I'd just eat it lol
    Yes I certainly remember those! They were so tasty... yet so very wrong, lol..

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