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  1. amanda @ Hungry Vegan Traveler

    I’m in! Dates are awesome.

  2. Laura

    I want to try – Did all the above. 🙂 Thanks!

  3. Kovas Palubinskas

    I liked, commented, and here’s #3!

  4. Noelle

    I left a comment on the company’s wall. Great giveaway!

  5. Cheryl

    I did the above steps!!

  6. Cheryl

    Follow you on twitter 😀 thanks for the chance to win!

  7. Julia

    I did it!! Posted on their Facebook Page & I liked them too. Hope the Random Number Generator picks me!! And the fudge sounds yummy!

    Thanks for the review!

  8. Sarah

    “liked” and posted on Organics Are For Everyone facebook page =)

  9. Lori

    Yum. Yum, yum, yum. I just liked Organics are for Everyone!

    Yay to giveaways!

  10. Lori

    And I left a comment saying you sent me and I need to try all their delicious products!

    Fun!

  11. eatinglikeahorse

    This looks like quite possibly the best fudge recipe ever – thank you!
    And it so happens I’ve just bought a bar of white chocolate with raspberry pieces in it *drool* which could be the way to go 🙂
    Eleanor

  12. Michelle (Housewife in the Raw)

    I’m in – followed all the directions- and I would SO LOVE to win this! Thanks for the giveaway.

  13. Tracy

    I did all of this and even linked my post on their wall back to Almost Vegan FB page 😉

    Thanks for the awesome review Amber! I really want to try this fudge, I have a new found love affair with almond butter that can not be stopped! 😀

  14. aubrey

    I liked them on fb, wrote on their wall and now i am completing number 3! I am pumped about this date syrup!

  15. Kylie @ A Hungry Spoon

    Brilliant! Your fudge looks outstanding. I’ve never tried date syrup either…I love that you’re always showcasing new and interesting ingredients on your blog. I’m always learning about something new!

  16. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    Count me in to win! I’m making that fudge at first chance!

  17. Virginia Buck

    Looks luscious! I’m going to try it!

  18. Michelle

    I did what you said so, count me in to win. :o)
    But…now I am going to have to make fudge this weekend, but I guess it will be withoug date syrup. 🙁 That’s some good looking fudge that’s for sure. If you still have that other hockey puck, you can send it my way…lol

  19. Marina

    completed! recipe looks awesome

  20. Simply Life

    Oh i’ve never heard of this -great to know!

  21. Simply Life

    p.s. to answer your question I do think the soup could be used with frozen squash as long as it’s defrosted a bit beforehand!

  22. wendy @ ABCs and Garden Peas

    I “liked” and commented! Dates are one of my favorite things on the planet, so I’d love to try this!

  23. bitt

    done! would love to try this.

  24. kate

    i liked & commented – i’m in!

  25. Hillary Dyan Davis

    I’ve never even heard of date syrup….but I’d certainly like to try it! The liking and the commenting have taken place. 🙂

  26. Ela

    I’m not going to enter the giveaway, since I’m pretty sure I need to back _way_ back on the sugar again, having played around with a little more recently. But that fudge looks delectable. If I wasn’t pretty sure I need to stay off chocolate completely again, I’d be making a stevia version! (No, I’m not really feeling sorry for myself!)

    But I just wanted to say that I was ‘raised’ on date syrup! It’s a typical and traditional Israeli and middle-eastern food – can find it in Mediterranean stores sometimes. A very common treat when I was a kid was date syrup mixed with similar amounts of tahini. Or, if there was no date syrup around, tahini and honey. At passover, it was very common to make the tahini-date syrup mixture and spread it on motzas, or make a cake-type thing by mixing it in motza crumbs. I think I preferred it straight-up or on lettuce (motza’s being gluten and all)…

    love
    Ela

  27. Jenny

    I followed the steps and would love to win. I’ve never heard of date syrup. And your fudge looks great!

  28. Karen Hartzler

    I did it…this sounds interesting and the fudge looks wonderful, and Christmas isn’t complete without FUDGE!!

  29. Helen @ Fuss Free Flavours

    Hi,

    I think that you fell off my feed reader somehow!

    I had some date syrup a few years back, and used it in a microwaved steamed pudding – the recipe was vegan and is somewhere on the blog.

    I had a lovely sticky date pudding the other day and was planning on getting some more date syrup and making some. Sadly I am in the UK so cannot enter the competition!

  30. Chocolate-Covered Katie

    Hey pretty girl!
    You don’t need to enter me. I just wanted to stop by and say hi… and drool over the chocolate fudge ;). Happy Monday!!

  31. Kelsey @ Clean Teen Kelsey

    Love your blog; I just found it! So, maple syrup would be a good sub for this fudge? I really want to make it! Can you taste the almond butter or not so much?

  32. Kelsey @ Clean Teen Kelsey

    Thanks for your quick response to my question. I will try it tonight probably, and I’ll let you know how it is. 🙂

    Btw, I did all the steps. Count me entered? 🙂

  33. Sid

    What is the weight of each jar? Not fluid oz but weight.