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"Last Saturday my husband and I went to your store to purchase a wondermill and get started with milling our own flour. I have baked my own bread for years with King Arthur Whole Wheat flour and thought I was doing something great for my family. Then, a friend introduced me to this idea. After a week of eating freshly milled sandwich bread, rolls, and french bread, I could never go back to eating any other bread! What a fantastic taste! And, I could see a difference with my kids in just 24 hours. To put it delicately, my 8-year-old and 2-year-old 'struggle' in the bathroom. No longer! Each day - easy. That alone was worth the money and time!! Also, I lost weight this week. How is that possible when I ate more bread in a single week than I ever have?"

K.B.,
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Thrill of a Dill 2oz.

Thrill of a Dill 2oz.

SKU: 01401
Weight: 0 lbs 2 ozs
You can earn 4 Bread Bucks on this product!
Price: $4.00
Product Details
Thrill of a Dill 2oz.

One of our most versatile dips. A wonderful blend of premium dill weed, onion recipe, parsley and more. No preservatives, only a trace of salt. Each package makes 10 cups of dip. (Net wt. 2 oz.)


TIPS AND TRICKS... Thrill of a Dill is wonderful with fish and seafood. Chopped cucumber may be added to the dip to make an extra special sauce for fish. Mix the dill dip with baby shrimp and stuff a tomato or make a sandwich. For a low calorie feast, the dry dill dip may be sprinkled on halibut or salmon before baking. Sprinkle the dry dill mix over sauteed vegetables while cooking. Add 1/2 to 1 teaspoon dry dill mix to canned tomato soup. Mix blended dill dip into your favorite potato salad recipe. Top a baked potato with Thrill of a Dill dip. Stuff mushrooms with dill dip for a delicious appetizer. Toss steamed new potatoes with melted butter and dry dill mix. Mix the dill dip with water-packed tuna for a special tuna sandwich treat.

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