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I'm on site now, but when I was picked up from the airport by Clayton, we swung by The Good Food Store in Missoula. While in the aisles, I turned to Clayton and asked, "What can I pick up for everyone?" Clayton was stumped by the question, but giving some time, he came up with a few ideas, and I bet a lot of the Boots would have plenty of preferred candy to whisper in my ear.... So I thought I would set up this forum to ask the Boots prior to my next visit, "Hey Boots, What do you consider candy?"
 
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I am not a boot, but I do know that somebody brought cream cheese and I think it was gone in minutes.

Since the bootcamp is mostly vegan (plus eggs), I know a few of the boots crave beef and bacon.

A big bunch of mozarella cheese seems to lead to the rocket oven coming out for pizza.  Maybe some pepperoni and other pizza stuff on top of that.

For the vegans, organic pecans and organic cashews are typically too expensive for the regular boot budget.  
 
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I have one thing to say, and one thing only:

ghee.


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Dried fruit is delicious.
I like dark chocolate.
Cheap organic wine that I can cook with makes me happy.

Fresh mozzarella makes for the best pizza.
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Butter!!!
 
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Also cheese!!!
 
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sometimes I feel like bacon.. other times cotija cheese for taco tuesdays.. but mostly, the food is so amazing here, anything would be a treat..
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Dez
 
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