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Is it a real Fluffernutter without Wonder Bread?

With the possible demise of the traditional foundation to the peanut butter and Fluff sandwich, some worry that the sweet treat won’t be the same

LYNN — When Liz McNeil was growing up in Hyde Park in the 1980s, her mother was very strict about the food she fed her children. Then one day, she broke down and bought some Fluff, which meant McNeil could finally bring a Fluffernutter to school, just like the other kids at St. Anne’s.

“My sister and I were so excited,” McNeil said, until they got to lunch, and found out they didn’t know the Fluffernutter rules.

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