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mrenglish

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Dec 25, 2010
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Columbus, Ohio
Yep, it's a staple here. It holds nothing to the Murray's version which was more like a krumble kale type of cut, imo. A lot more ooomph in it as well. That said, I still enjoy the heck out of this version.

 

davidintexas

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Jun 4, 2013
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Had this again a couple of days ago in an Ascorti Sabbia Oro pipe. Had thick walls and was close to 2" tall. Seemed to be a perfect chance to try a first at fold and tuck. My tin of UF was pretty dry as it has been open for quite a long time, although the last few months was in a mylar zip seal bag. I actually did a fold and twist with a few crumbs sprinkled on top. It took to fire in no time, and only had a few relights. It tasted great. I seemed to notice a little more of the topping than when I rub it out. It is one of my favorites and i'm glad I tried the F&T method. Will now try it out on other flakes, properly dried out.

 

ben88

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Jun 5, 2015
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I can't wait to try it. Just scored few older rectangular tins. Anybody knows when they switched to round tins?

 
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