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    Danbo,

    Was just at the Winco in down town Boise and they had Pine Nuts in there bulk bins. Hope this helps.
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    Nice to know they aren't over charging for them around here. Of course you still have to shell them, that probably helps me from eating too many though.
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    Thanks,
    I'm looking for them still in the hull.
    To me, they taste different when they come "pre-shelled."
    ( The same with sunflower seeds too )

    I talked to the produce guy at Winco and he assures
    me that they will get in a bulk load, still in the hull, soon.

    Yay!!

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