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Old 10-18-2005, 06:24 AM   #11
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James, I am so happy that you have discovered the delight of Nutella!! I am sorry it cost a lot over there, but hopefully as more people get to know it and become more well-known the cost may come down.... let's hope so!! Nusspli is a German answer to the Italian Nutella. I haven't tried it personally but they are supposed to be almost identical... "Nuss" means Hazelnuts in German by the way!!
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Old 10-18-2005, 02:25 PM   #12
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It tastes a bit different, but its hard to describe... its sort of sweeter without the slight bitter touch of Nutella...

but its also a hazelnut creme..;o)

Do you get sugarbeet sirup there overseas? *jamm*
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Cara, like I said I haven't tried Nusspli yet but I think Germany is quite underrated when it comes to chocolate products... in my opinion Milka is one of the world's best!!
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Old 10-18-2005, 02:47 PM   #14
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I must admit, I'm not so much in for choki, but I like Alpia.. or swiss schoki.. sth like Toblerone....
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Old 10-20-2005, 02:25 AM   #15
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It tastes a bit different, but its hard to describe... its sort of sweeter without the slight bitter touch of Nutella...

but its also a hazelnut creme..;o)

Do you get sugarbeet sirup there overseas? *jamm*



We have a lot of things here but I don't remember Sugarbeet Sirup here ! Also no Nusspli or Milka but I am always game.
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Old 10-20-2005, 11:56 AM   #16
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hmm... I see..
in some things the US seems to be a developing country....
maybe we should sent care-pakets overseas...
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Old 10-20-2005, 01:26 PM   #17
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Let me just say that I cannot buy Nutella. Whenever I do, I can't stop opening the jar and making "just one more" snack of Nutella on toast. A jar won't last a weekend. I'd normally say I have decent will power, but not with that jar of gooey chocolately hazelnutty goodness. It makes me weak...and I like to be strong. For that reason alone, I have to shun it.

But maybe just 1 more jar...
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lawchick, I know many people with the same behaviour as you have
A friend of mine just eats it out of the glass with a spoon....
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lawchick, I know many people with the same behaviour as you have
A friend of mine just eats it out of the glass with a spoon....
My mother decided to hide the jar carefully because I did the same thing when I was a kid... I still do it (shhhh...) once in a while....
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hmm... I see..
in some things the US seems to be a developing country....
maybe we should sent care-pakets overseas...




I will except and try any care package I get !!!!!!!! except Dirty Diapers !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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