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August 15, 2009


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Rosey Rebecca

That's so nice of you to give one of your bars to a homeless man! They look delicious!! I love the Farmer's Market!


Hey!! Thanks so much for blogging about ota.bars. How exciting!! =) The photos are great and I hope you enjoy them!! Thanks for your support..keep in touch! That doughnut looks amazing..where is it from? mmmmm


Omg your breakfast and those oat bars look soooooooooo healthy!


Sometimes... it's just better to give in and enjoy... but only sometimes (that last part was more for me than you lol)...

those bars look awesome! yum!


Those bars look great ~ In that sense, it's probably a shame Ashley is leaving town! All your produce looks fantastic. So much fresher than what is found in your average supermarket. The donuts look melt in your mouth good too.... Yum. I know what you mean about sweets. I am usually OK, but then lemon meringue pie gets put in front of me and all bets are off ;)


Wow, those heirloom tomatoes look amazing.

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