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AWESOME POST MAN!!! Thank you SO much
-Christopher Hollowell http://dunwelldoughnuts.com/
All I can say is ‘wow’ and give you lots of xoxoxo
You made my day. In a world where you hear some good news but much bad, you have managed to put a wide grin on my face and tear in my eye all at once.
I have to tell you that reading reviews is not the most pleasant thing to do. Of course the happy people that are fans – those are easy. But the ones that are displeased, not so much fun. It actually cuts. I got to read one this weekend from which I’m still recuperating who said ‘dry, tasteless, shop rite is better, rude customer service’. She was talking about our sweet little cupcakes, my staff – could it be true!!! I tried to explore with this person why she had such a horrific experience, and honestly wanted to understand what happened and fix it. I was met with more unhappiness calling me rude – I believe she said she understood now that the rudeness permeates my store!!!!! And then there’s the likes of you……a tall glass of cold lemonade on a hot summer day ; )
I love that you love us and that you appreciate us, and have respect for what we do and look to be a part of it in your own configuration someday. I thank you sincerely from the bottom of my heart for taking the time, and for sharing it with me. Your blog is absolutely beautiful and if I can figure it out I will put it on Facebook if permitted to do so.
Next time your around these parts in the garden capital of the world ; ) please let me know you’re here and perhaps we can share some time and a cupcake!
All the best to you and your endeavors –
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Love it! Thanks Ariel. Your right about the falafel not being “authentic” as most falafel in the Middle East is actually filled with bread (day old pita) which makes it puffy and less healthy. Ours uses arrow root (from potatoes) as a binder and our chick peas are sprouted. It’s healthier, gluten free, and has a lot more protein.
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