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Tropical Traditions Shredded Coconut Review & Giveaway

Posted by Tara Burner 177 comments


I love coconut!
Especially when I get it by the pail full!

Tropical Traditions 100% natural Shredded Coconut is made from organic dried coconuts in the Philippines that are grown with no fertilizers or pesticides.
This premium dried coconut contains no additives or preservatives, and is not sweetened.
Unlike most dried coconut on the market, Tropical Traditions dried coconut products are not treated with sulfites to keep them white.

The shredded coconut is Certified Organic and great for snacking or baking (I even like to throw some in my smoothies-when I had a blender-must get new blender).
There are no added sweeteners, no preservatives or sulfite whiteners in this coconut.
It’s 100% natural premium coconut from the Philippines and comes in a re-sealable pail. (though I will admit it’s a bit of a task to get open unless you have cutters and pliers to pull on the tab – but well worth it!)

I made coconut macaroons before, but today I made a wanna be Mounds bar…just not in candy bar form…
Basically the yummmy coconut filling with chocolate on top.
It still tasted like a Mounds bar so that’s all that mattered!

Here’s the recipe if you want to buy some shredded coconut and give it a go (or if you’re the lucky winner you will have something you can make right away!)

Mounds Bar Recipe
14 oz of shredded coconut
7 oz of sweetened condensed milk
1/4 c. butter (softened)
1/2 lb confectioners (powered) sugar
1 1/2 cups chocolate chips or chocolate to melt down to cover
2 teaspoons butter

In large bowl, mix the coconut, sweetened condensed milk, softened butter and confectioners sugar together til it sticks together.
Spread in a 9×13 pan lined with parchment paper (or you can use 8×8, 10×10 to make them thicker)
Refrigerate for about 2 hours to set.

Melt the chocolate chips and butter either in double boiler or in microwave, stirring occasionally to make sure it doesnt burn.
Spread over coconut mix
Chill
Take out a few minutes before cutting
Cut and enjoy

And, now you can enter to win your own pail of shredded organic coconut!


Contest open until Dec 17, 2011 11:59 p.m.
Winner will be announced on Dec 18, 2011 via email.

For Canadian entries: Tropical Traditions is not responsible for customs or duties that Canada may charge if you decide to participate in this Tropical Traditions sponsored blog giveaway.

Mandatory Entry:
Visit TropicalTraditions.com and then come back and comment on one thing you learned about them or their products.

Additional Entries:
For each thing you do here, you must put it in a new comment for it to count as an entry.
Please do not combine things you do or it’ll only count as one entry in the contest.

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Disclaimer: Tara Burner has personally reviewed the product listed above. Tara has not received any monetary compensation for her review on this blog. Free product was received by Tara so she could experience it for the review. Tara’s opinions are honest and unbiased. Tara Burner is not responsible for delivery of any giveaway items won from companies and people on this blog.

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177 Comments
Dec 7, 2011
12:21 am
#1 Katie :

I learned that Tropical Traditions not only sells organic food products, they also sell organic beauty supplies like natural deodorant.

Dec 7, 2011
12:21 am
#2 Katie :

I follow TT on Facebook – ktkatherine

Dec 7, 2011
12:22 am
#3 Katie :

I follow TT on twitter – @ktkatherine

Dec 7, 2011
12:23 am
#4 Katie :

Yum! Their Spicy Coconut Cilantro Dressing recipe sounds delicious!

Dec 7, 2011
12:24 am
#5 Katie :

I follow your blog via gfc – ktkatherine

Dec 7, 2011
12:24 am
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I follow you on twitter – @ktkatherine

Dec 7, 2011
12:25 am
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I follow you on pinterest – fashfrugality

Dec 7, 2011
12:26 am
Dec 7, 2011
12:26 am
#9 Katie :

I follow Recipes for Eating Well on facebook – ktkatherine

Dec 7, 2011
12:26 am
#10 Katie :

I follow For Eating Well on twitter – @ktkatherine

Dec 7, 2011
4:08 am
#11 Deb Anderson :

Whole coconut contains more than just oil. It would include things like fiber, protein and sugar (natural sugar).

Dec 7, 2011
4:09 am
#12 Deb Anderson :

like Tropical Traditions on Facebook

Dec 7, 2011
4:13 am
#13 Deb Anderson :

follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter @tnshadylady

Dec 7, 2011
4:14 am
#14 Deb Anderson :

Coconut Macaroon Granola sounds yummy!

Dec 7, 2011
4:15 am
Dec 7, 2011
4:15 am
#16 Deb Anderson :

GFC follower

Dec 7, 2011
4:16 am
#17 Deb Anderson :

Twitter follower

Dec 7, 2011
4:16 am
#18 Deb Anderson :

Facebook fan

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4:16 am
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rss subscriber

Dec 7, 2011
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#20 Deb Anderson :

added you on Google+

Dec 7, 2011
4:17 am
#21 Deb Anderson :
Dec 7, 2011
4:18 am
#22 Deb Anderson :

youtube subscriber

Dec 7, 2011
12:11 pm

I love coconut and we use a lot in our family of 11! :)

I did not know that they carried cleaners and Bug Arrest which is good for lice!

Dec 7, 2011
12:12 pm

I am subscribed to their newsletter

Dec 7, 2011
12:16 pm

I’d love to try their No Bake Chocolate Coconut Peanut Butter Cookies. Yum!

Dec 7, 2011
12:17 pm

following this blog via Google (as farmgirls)

Dec 8, 2011
12:05 am
#27 domestic diva :

They sell antioxidant greens, which sound like a great smoothie addition.

Dec 8, 2011
12:06 am
#28 domestic diva :

I subscribe to tt newsletter.

Dec 8, 2011
12:06 am
#29 domestic diva :

I’d like to try their vanilla macaroon recipe.

Dec 8, 2011
12:07 am
#30 domestic diva :

I follow on gfc

Dec 8, 2011
5:27 am
#31 Mari :

I learned that they do have many gluten free recipes on their site, and that they sell soy free eggs.

Dec 8, 2011
5:28 am
#32 Mari :

I subscribe to TT

Dec 8, 2011
5:28 am
#33 Mari :

I like TT on Fb (Mari Doug)

Dec 8, 2011
5:29 am
#34 Mari :

I follow TT on Twitter (LuckyDuckyToo)

Dec 8, 2011
5:30 am
#35 Mari :

I follow via gfc.

Dec 8, 2011
4:57 pm
#36 Neva :

I learned that Tropical Traditions are organic and have more than coconut

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Dec 8, 2011
4:59 pm
#37 Neva :

I subscripe to the TT newsletter

nvhanson @ yahoo.com

Dec 8, 2011
5:15 pm
#38 Sarah :

Tropical Traditions coconut oil is processed without destroying the flavor and nutrients, like many other companies’ high heat processing methods. They are a company with a responsible, ethical approach to business.

Dec 8, 2011
5:15 pm
#39 Jennifer Young :

the gold label coconut oil is the highest in antioxidants

Dec 8, 2011
5:41 pm
#40 Jen W. :

I like the traditional method of processing the virgin coconut oil that they use and the fact that it supports farming families. Also, their book “Virgin Coconut Oil” that I received with my order is a very informative read.

Dec 8, 2011
5:46 pm
#41 Jen W. :

I am their “friend” on Facebook.

Dec 8, 2011
5:47 pm
#42 Jen W. :

I have made the coconut flour chocolate cake recipe (in cupcakes for my boy to share at college). Didn’t last long, of course! :) Next up, chocolate-coconut energy bars.

Dec 8, 2011
5:48 pm
#43 Jen W. :

Signed up for sales newsletter as well.

Dec 8, 2011
5:52 pm
#44 Jen W. :

Liked the Recipes For Eating Well Page on Facebook.

Dec 8, 2011
6:57 pm
#45 ZuZu :

Their organic coconut peanut butter has no fillers, sweeteners, or preservatives.
ZuZu
radicansgardenia at gmail dot com

Dec 8, 2011
6:58 pm
#46 ZuZu :

I’m friends with TT on fb.
ZuZu
radicansgardenia at gmail dot com

Dec 8, 2011
6:58 pm
#47 ZuZu :

I follow TT on twitter.
ZuZuGardenia
radicansgardenia at gmail dot com

Dec 8, 2011
6:58 pm
#48 ZuZu :

I subscribe to the TT newsletter.
ZuZu
radicansgardenia at gmail dot com

Dec 8, 2011
6:59 pm
#49 ZuZu :

I’d like to try the coconut chocolate cake.
ZuZu
radicansgardenia at gmail dot com

Dec 8, 2011
7:01 pm
#50 ZuZu :

I tweeted!
http://twitter.com/#!/ZuZuGardenia/status/144853650404151296
ZuZu
radicansgardenia at gmail dot com

Dec 8, 2011
7:01 pm
#51 Kristen :

I learned they sell organic dark chocolate.

Dec 8, 2011
7:01 pm
#52 Kristen :

I like TT on FB.

Dec 8, 2011
7:02 pm
#53 Kristen :

I get the TT newsletter.

Dec 8, 2011
7:02 pm
#54 ZuZu :

I joined with GFC.
ZuZu
radicansgardenia at gmail dot com

Dec 8, 2011
7:02 pm
#55 Kristen :

I’d like to try the Coconut Baked Chicken Recipe.

Dec 8, 2011
7:03 pm
#56 Kristen :

GFC follower

Dec 8, 2011
7:04 pm
#57 ZuZu :

I follow you on twitter.
ZuZuGardenia
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Dec 8, 2011
7:04 pm
#58 ZuZu :

I friend you on fb.
ZuZu
radicansgardenia at gmail dot com

Dec 8, 2011
7:06 pm
#59 ZuZu :

I subscribed to your RSS Feed.
ZuZu
radicansgardenia at gmail dot com

Dec 8, 2011
7:07 pm
#60 ZuZu :

I liked Recipes for Eating Well on fb.
ZuZu
radicansgardenia at gmail dot com

Dec 8, 2011
7:07 pm
#61 ZuZu :

I liked Tara’s fitness page on fb.
ZuZu
radicansgardenia at gmail dot com

Dec 8, 2011
7:08 pm
#62 ZuZu :

I follow ForEatingWell on twitter.
ZuZu
radicansgardenia at gmail dot com

Dec 8, 2011
7:17 pm
#63 Shannan :

I subscribe to the newsletter.

Dec 8, 2011
7:17 pm
#64 Shannan :

I like Tropical Traditions on FB.

Dec 8, 2011
7:19 pm
#65 Shannan :

I learned that Tropical Traditions sales more than just food!

Dec 8, 2011
7:20 pm
#66 Julie Ann White :

I follow Tropical Traditions on Facebook. I was please to learn how coconut milk is procured; using local people and paying them fairly, not over-running their villages and lifestyles to obtain products for the company. I can and will respect that with my hard-earned dollar :)

Dec 8, 2011
7:21 pm
#67 Shannan :

So many great recipes! But, I’d like to try making my own coconut milk!!

Dec 8, 2011
7:30 pm
#68 Shannan :

i follow you on pinterest.

Dec 8, 2011
7:52 pm
#69 Monique :

I learned that people use coconut oil instead of toothpaste :)

Dec 8, 2011
7:52 pm
#70 Monique :

I like Tropical traditions on facebook

Dec 8, 2011
7:52 pm
#71 Monique :

I signed up for the TT newsletter

Dec 8, 2011
7:56 pm
#72 Monique :

I’d like to try their gluten-free coconut chocolate chips cookies recipe :)

Dec 8, 2011
8:13 pm
#73 Donald Phelps :

I learned that Tropical Traditions raises pastured turkeys and they supplement their diet with feed made from coconut…No Soy

Dec 8, 2011
8:13 pm
#74 Alicia :

Oh my goodness all I need now is some almonds and I am on my way!!!!!!

Dec 8, 2011
8:13 pm
#75 Donald Phelps :

I am their friend on Facebook

Dec 8, 2011
8:14 pm
#76 Donald Phelps :

I follow them on twitter

Dec 8, 2011
8:14 pm
#77 Donald Phelps :

I follow you on twitter also

Dec 8, 2011
8:16 pm
#78 Alicia :

Oh my goodness all I need is some almonds and WHA LA….I’m set

Dec 8, 2011
9:18 pm
#79 Jason :

I learned that Tropical Traditions sells more than just coconut oil, but a whole host of natural products.

Dec 8, 2011
9:19 pm
#80 Jason :

Friended TT on FB

Dec 8, 2011
9:19 pm
#81 Jason :

followed them on Twitter – @2hansom

Dec 8, 2011
9:20 pm
#82 Jason :

subscribed to their newsletter

Dec 8, 2011
9:20 pm

I’ve enjoyed reading how the small farmers who make the coconut oil for Tropical Traditions do it all on small farms. They use the coconut water to help extract the oil.

Dec 8, 2011
9:21 pm
#84 Jason :

I really want to try the Coconut Fried Shrimp Recipe :) Yumm!!!

Dec 8, 2011
9:21 pm

I Like Tropical Traditions on facebook.

Dec 8, 2011
9:22 pm

I’ve received Tropical Traditions email sales newsletter fro a long time now, and love many of their products.

Dec 8, 2011
9:23 pm

I read about the Mounds bar recipe. Each year we make homemade Almond Joys for my husband and I’d like to make it with this coconut that doesn’t contain sulfites.

Dec 8, 2011
9:23 pm
#88 ZuZu :

I commented on your encouraging fitness post ‘Stop with the excuses’.
Very encouraging.

Dec 8, 2011
9:26 pm
Dec 8, 2011
10:45 pm
#90 Kyle :

DONE Friend them on Facebook
DONE @famlivingsimple Follow them on Twitter, when you do come back and let me know you did and include your twitter ID.
Done Subscribe to their email Sales Newsletter
Coconut Flour Pancakes. My recipe. =)Visit the free coconut recipes and come back & comment which recipe you’d like to try.

Dec 8, 2011
11:19 pm
#91 Shaina :

I visited tropicaltraditions.com and read the Peace with God page. I think it’s neat that the founder shared this and I also think it’s neat that he views his company as a ministry. I will definitely support his company!

Dec 8, 2011
11:31 pm
#92 Priscilla W :

I learned their Organic Apple Cider Vinegar is made from apples grown at a family owned orchards on the shores of the Great Lakes’. I also learned to ‘avoid any vinegar labeled ‘distilled’, as it is the most highly refined and least healthful’.

Dec 8, 2011
11:32 pm
#93 Priscilla W :

additional entry,
I am TT friend on FB :)

Dec 8, 2011
11:53 pm
#94 Shaina :

I “liked” them on Facebook!

Dec 8, 2011
11:54 pm
#95 Shaina :

I subscribed to their sales newsletter

Dec 8, 2011
11:56 pm
#96 Shaina :

Would love to try the coconut macadamia banana muffins, yum!!

Dec 8, 2011
11:58 pm
#97 Shaina :

Following via google friend connect

Dec 9, 2011
12:00 am
#98 Shaina :

Friended you on Facebook :)

Dec 9, 2011
12:20 am
#99 Shaina :

Subscribed to Balancing Healthy Body, Mind and Soul

Dec 9, 2011
12:23 am
#100 Shaina :

“Liked” your fitness page on Facebook

Dec 9, 2011
12:23 am
#101 Doina :

I already “like” TT on FB. :)

Dec 9, 2011
12:24 am
#102 Doina :

I learned TT has cold-pressed coconut oil that doesn’t have the coconut smell or taste. :)

Dec 9, 2011
12:24 am
#103 Shaina :

Subscribed to your youtube channel

Dec 9, 2011
12:29 am
#104 Shaina :

“Liked” the recipes for eating well page on Facebook

Dec 9, 2011
6:20 am
#105 Kelly :

I actually just took advantage of the 50% off a gallon of coconut oil. I got 2 gallons for the price of one. I can’t wait to try TT. I got the gold labrl because it is highest in antioxidants!

Dec 9, 2011
6:22 am
#106 Kelly :

I am definitely goin to try the Coconut macaroon granola!!

Dec 9, 2011
6:25 am
#107 Kelly :

Like TT on fb

Dec 9, 2011
6:25 am
#108 Kelly :

Like recipes for eating well on fb

Dec 9, 2011
6:30 am
#109 Kelly :

Already get the TT newsletter

Dec 9, 2011
6:31 am
#110 Amanda F :

I love that they offer coconut oil in both the virgin form (tastes like coconut) and the expeller pressed form (very bland flavor-almost no coconut taste).

Dec 9, 2011
6:32 am
#111 Amanda F :

I already follow them on Twitter @FrugalGreenMama

Dec 9, 2011
9:53 pm
#112 Andrea :

I love Tropical Traditions and love that they not only sell coconut products, but sell spices, books, cleaning supplies, and even facial/skincare products! Thank you for the giveaway!

Dec 9, 2011
9:54 pm
#113 Andrea :

I friended Tropical Traditions on Facebook!

Dec 9, 2011
9:54 pm
#114 Andrea :

I am following Tropical Traditions on Twitter, zandrea13

Dec 9, 2011
9:55 pm
#115 Andrea :

I am suscribed to their e-mail newsletter!

Dec 9, 2011
9:55 pm
#116 Andrea :

I would love to try making my own homemade coconut milk with a recipe from the website!

Dec 9, 2011
9:56 pm
Dec 9, 2011
9:57 pm
#118 Andrea :

I am following you on Twitter!

Dec 9, 2011
9:58 pm
#119 Andrea :

I friended you on Facebook!

Dec 9, 2011
10:02 pm
#120 Andrea :

I am following you on Pinterest, can you tell that I would really love a tub of coconut?! :)

Dec 9, 2011
10:13 pm
#121 Andrea :

I commented on your Thankful post!

Dec 9, 2011
10:16 pm
#122 Andrea :

I like your fitness page on facebook! :)

Dec 9, 2011
10:17 pm
#123 Andrea :

I like the recipes for eating well page on facebook

Dec 9, 2011
10:18 pm
#124 Andrea :

I’m following recipes for eating well on twitter

Dec 9, 2011
10:36 pm

I learned that they sale more then just coconut products!

Dec 9, 2011
10:36 pm
#126 Brittany Thomas :

Like TT on FB

Dec 9, 2011
10:37 pm
#127 Brittany Thomas :

Follow on twitter @spritzey

Dec 9, 2011
10:37 pm
#128 Brittany Thomas :

I get TT newsletter

Dec 9, 2011
10:38 pm
#129 Brittany Thomas :

I’d like to try the macaroons

Dec 10, 2011
4:46 am
#130 Abbi :

I learned that they carry a wide variety of organic spices.

Dec 10, 2011
4:48 am
#131 Abbi :

I like them on Facebook.

Dec 10, 2011
4:48 am
#132 Abbi :

I subscribe to their e-mail sales newsletter.

Dec 11, 2011
9:43 am
#133 joni Owada :

I didnt realize that there were different ways to make coconut oil, and also coconut milk. I love it that they use natural ways to do it instead of machines and I also love that they use local laborers!

Dec 11, 2011
9:45 am
#134 joni Owada :

I liked Tropical Traditions on FB

Dec 11, 2011
9:45 am
#135 joni Owada :

I follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter (JoniOwada)

Dec 11, 2011
9:46 am
#136 joni Owada :

I am a GFC follower (sistermomy)

Dec 11, 2011
9:47 am
#137 joni Owada :

I subscribe to Tropical Traditions newsletter via email

Dec 11, 2011
9:48 am
#138 joni Owada :

I would love to try the recipe Coconut Macaroon Granola! sounds yummy!

Dec 11, 2011
9:50 am
#139 joni Owada :

I follow you on Pinterest (same name as above)

Dec 12, 2011
6:45 pm
#140 Daisy :

I had no idea they had so many non-food items! All the household cleaning products and personal care products (and pet food even!). So much more than just coconut and coconut oil!

Dec 12, 2011
6:48 pm
#141 Daisy :

Wow – there are a LOT of recipes! I only looked through the gluten-free ones, since some of us in our home have to eat gluten-free, but there are still a TON! So many I would love to try. The coconut cream hot chocolate sounds really good, esp with it getting cooler outside. I also would love to make some homemade coconut milk!

Dec 12, 2011
6:50 pm
#142 Daisy :

Following on twitter (@ourgrowingfam)

Dec 12, 2011
6:51 pm
#143 Daisy :

I’ve liked them on facebook.

Dec 12, 2011
6:52 pm
#144 Daisy :

Also following you on twitter (comment above was about following Tropical Traditions). :) @ourgrowingfam

Dec 12, 2011
6:54 pm
#145 Daisy :

Subscribed to your blog with google reader.

Dec 12, 2011
6:56 pm
#146 Daisy :

Following you on pinterest (http://pinterest.com/ourgrowingfam/)

Dec 12, 2011
6:59 pm
#147 Daisy :

Following RecipesForEatingWell on twitter (@ourgrowingfam)

Dec 14, 2011
12:24 pm
#148 Maria H :

I learned Tropical Traditions sells beauty products too!

Dec 14, 2011
12:25 pm
#149 Maria H :

Signed up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter

Dec 14, 2011
12:26 pm
#150 Maria H :

I’d love to try the Coconut Eggnog recipe, sounds good!

Dec 14, 2011
12:27 pm
#151 Maria H :

I follow you via GFC

Dec 14, 2011
12:27 pm
#152 Maria H :

Signed up for the free Balancing Healthy Body, Mind, Soul online paper

Dec 14, 2011
12:27 pm
#153 Maria H :

Subscribed to your You Tube channel

Dec 15, 2011
2:46 am

They also sell pet products!

Dec 15, 2011
2:48 am
#155 Kim@ChubbyCheeksThinks :

follow yoiu on twitter @chubbycheeks143

Dec 15, 2011
2:48 am
#156 Kim@ChubbyCheeksThinks :

follow them on twitter @chubbycheeks143

Dec 15, 2011
2:49 am
#157 Kim@ChubbyCheeksThinks :

follow them on facebook as kim h

Dec 17, 2011
10:11 pm
#158 Shannon :

I’ve seen Tropical Traditions products on the Internet more and more, but I had not idea they sold beef and chicken!

Dec 17, 2011
10:12 pm
#159 Shannon :

Subscribed to your Youtube channel (channynn).

Dec 17, 2011
10:13 pm
#160 Shannon :

I follow @ForEatingWell (@channynn).

Dec 18, 2011
8:38 pm
#161 Tara Burner :

congrats to Daisy #142 you’re the winner I’ll email you in a bit

Feb 11, 2012
2:36 pm
#162 Lynn Matthews :

they hatre genetically modified foods and all the foos they sell is free from GMO’s.

Feb 11, 2012
2:38 pm
#163 Lynn Matthews :

I am a tropical tradition facebook fan as lamatthews

Feb 11, 2012
2:38 pm
#164 Lynn Matthews :

I follow them on twotter
@LynnAnnMatthews

Feb 11, 2012
3:45 pm
#165 Lynn Matthews :

I have been a subscriber of this Tropical Tradition newsletter.

Feb 11, 2012
3:46 pm
#166 Lynn Matthews :

I too love coconut Tara! I love the smell of my fave sunblock because it smells so much like coconuts! lol I would love to bake my husband the Coconut Macaroon Granola recipe on the site.

Feb 11, 2012
3:58 pm
#167 Lynn Matthews :

I follow this blog via Google Friend Connect
Lynn A Matthews

Feb 11, 2012
3:59 pm
#168 Lynn Matthews :

I follow you on Twitter
@LynnAnnMatthews

Feb 11, 2012
3:59 pm
#169 Lynn Matthews :

we are fbook friends
lamatthews

Feb 11, 2012
4:00 pm
#170 Lynn Matthews :

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Feb 11, 2012
4:01 pm
#171 Lynn Matthews :

Gave you Klout and saw haw poor my own was:(+)

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4:02 pm
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Feb 11, 2012
4:02 pm
#173 Lynn Matthews :

pinrest Lynn A Matthewe

Feb 11, 2012
4:03 pm
#174 Lynn Matthews :

I think I follow you on Posterous
Lynn A Matthews

Feb 11, 2012
4:04 pm
#175 Lynn Matthews :

Google as Lynn A Matthews

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