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The Results Concerning "Grief" and the Editing Thereof · 5:24pm March 17th

About a week ago, I posted a blog seeking to survey you all about how much interest there was in seeing a "final edit" of "Grief is the Price We Pay." It was my hope that, once I tallied up all the responses, it would definitely decide whether or not there was enough cause for me to continue with the project.

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I had thought that to, but surprisingly, no, according to my research (because I did some prior to mentioning it in "Grief" to make sure if anybody but an LDS member would even know what that was if I mentioned it), it's referred to as "funeral potatoes" by even the non-LDS, and I found indications of those who know that dish by that name without knowing of its ties to the LDS community. I even saw it marketed by that name for an instant-bake version I found in a store once, produced by a big-name company.

But yes, it's best known among the LDS, and it wouldn't surprise me at all if it was the LDS that originally coined the name. :twilightsmile:

True, but the name "Funeral potatoes" is used almost exclusively by members of the Church.

I know that because am also LDS a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

Funeral potatoes are not an exclusively LDS dish, first of all, nor is the dish always known by specifically that name, for that matter. Apparently, it's fairly widespread throughout the western side of the US. :raritywink:

But yes, I am LDS.

Are you LDS or from Utah? I'm reading Grief is the Price we Payand funeral potatoes appeared.

No way dude I've been reading some off your young six work I 100% forgot about your amazing grief is the price we pay fic

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