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Old 11-25-2008, 07:25 AM   #11
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Hi Sarah, if your kids like cream with honey on the toast you may want to get the Nestle cream cans the next time around.

It does not need refrigeration (unless you open it). I have not bought that in a long time but when my kids were much younger they used to love eating a slightly creamed toast with some honey on it, exactly as you stated.

If I was not watching my calories I would love it too with toast. I just like the texture of that cream, it's more spreadable and delectable.

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