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Is it just me or have Trader Joes pie crusts been sweetened?

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gothamcity Mar 26, 2011 03:58 PM

I haven't used a TJs pie crust in over a year, I pulled one out of the freezer that I purchased a couple of months ago for a quiche and while the quiche itself was quite delicious the crust was sweet and sort of ruined the whole thing.

Am I just not remembering them being sweet or did I get a bad (sweet) batch?

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    d_doubleyew Apr 2, 2011 12:36 PM

    I had never tried the TJ's crusts until a few months ago. I used one for a quiche and it was too sweet for me. I thought I had mistakenly bought the sweet crust. Did your package have a picture of a fruit pie on it?

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      gothamcity Apr 2, 2011 12:46 PM

      Yes it does have a photo of a pie on it. Is there a savory crust as well that we're missing?

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        chez cherie Apr 2, 2011 12:50 PM

        there's just one crust. (and puff, which does contain sugar, but i use it for savory preparations.)

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          gothamcity Apr 2, 2011 01:07 PM

          I have a freezer full of the puff as well but hate the thought of using puff for something simple like a quiche.

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            d_doubleyew Apr 2, 2011 01:59 PM

            I can't imagine how you could use the crust that gothamcity and I bought for savory preparations... Did we just get an overly-sweet batch?

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