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« Reply #25 on: March 03, 2010, 11:21:34 AM »

What you eat WITH it may not be, but that is another issue.   cheesy cheesy cheesy
Only brussel sprouts, I promise Roll Eyes

Seriously though, the reason I microwave it is because I pack it for lunch to put on top of homemade burritos that my wife makes. I don't want to put cold salsa on a hot burrito and I prefer salsa to picante sauce.

But won't the hot burrito be cold by the time you get to lunch? lol
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