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  • Seed starter
  • Arts and crafts
  • Coin bank (cut a slot in the lid)
  • Paint/stain
  • Lego Costumes

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Roger from Reston, VA

We were in the Foreign Service and stationed in Belgrade, Yugoslavia in the
early 1980’s. We used to buy the Bulgarian natural yogurt which was available
there on a sporadic basis. It was possible to add milk to the yogurt when our
supply was about exhausted and culture a new batch from the live bacteria. One
day one of our daughters added sugar to our stash and that killed the bacteria
and ended our production line. When we returned to the US I missed good yogurt
and, for years, would buy anything new on the grocery shelves in hopes of
finding the “real thing.” Most were cloyingly sweet with all sorts of sugary
additives and others were just “blah.” Finally, years later, we recently
happened on Erivan in our Whole Foods store. Eureka! We have been a steady
customer for Erivan ever since. It’s natural, tart, clean taste is like
deliverance from the shelves of adulterated product. Thanks you so much – and
keep up the good work!

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