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GF Taste Test: Lara Bar vs. Kind Bar

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Just stumbled upon your website...love the reviews! I'm new to GF living and I appreciate these, but wow! What a choice to have to make. I found both of these bars and they are my favorites. I reeeally like the Cherry Pie Larabar, and I reeelly like the almond apricot with yogurt KIND bars. I always have a stash of both and don't think I could ever decide one is better than the other. I'm hungry now...I think I'll go have a snack. :)

October 21, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterShannon J.

Hi Shannon! So glad you stumbled upon Celiebo! We always love it when new people stop by ;-)
I know - it is SO hard to make a decision, especially when you first start trying new gluten-free things! I have to say I do still prefer the KIND bars because I don't love cake-y bars, but have discovered other flavors I really do like. Some of them totally taste like dessert! Lately I've been on a NuGo kick (http://store.nugonutrition.com/category/nugo-free.html). I hate to say this, but their bars aren't the best tasting and are stupid expensive for what they are, but they are the ONLY meal replacement bar I've ever had that actually feels me up enough to be a meal. I don't know what it is, but always like to share my findings... Thanks for the comment, and hope you are well!

Tinsley

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