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ha ha... yes Artsybsxl! ;)

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OMG! I know this has nothing to do with the recipe...but im curoius. Did you get the prety prrety prretty good thing from Curb your enthusiasm

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Looks like oatmeal ^^

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oh, i just started throwing stuff together! usually how most recipes end up happening... ;)

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You would probably have to buy fresh plums and dehydrate them yourself - wow, how did you come up with this combo? It looks amazing!

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FYI: I've also just read online that pitted prunes have likely been pasteurized. Maybe truly raw prunes do not exist. I've never seen them online or in stores.

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hello :) i used the traditional hairy brown coconuts, i got a bunch of them a little while ago.. .so those are the ones i've been using. i've never actually had young coconut meat, so i guess you could use it, i heard it's softer, so it would probably blend in better i imagine..

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Do you use regular coconut meat or young coconut meat?

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Fascinating combination of ingredients! As far as the prunes go, if they're pasteurized, they're not raw. If they are sun-dried, they should definitely be raw. If they're non-pasteurized and dehydrated, they are raw as long as they're dehydrated at low temperatures (I guess you would have to check it out with the company itself, most companies probably crank up the temperature to speed up the drying process).

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