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A party classic as dependable as your little black dress. So easy to put together, it'll never make you late

A party classic as dependable as your little black dress. So easy to put together, it'll never make you late.

Ingredients

  • 1 package (eight ounces) cream cheese, such as PHILADELPHIA cream cheese, softened
  • 1 Cup sour cream, such as BREAKSTONE'S or KNUDSEN sour cream
  • 1 Ounce ranch salad dressing mix
  • 1 package (nine ounces) frozen chopped spinach, thawed, well drained
  • 1 can (eight ounces) water chestnuts, drained, chopped
  • 1/2 Cup red peppers, chopped

Servings4

Calories Per Serving390

Folate equivalent (total)158µg39%

Riboflavin (B2)0.2mg14.7%


You can’t go wrong with this fabulous Classic Spinach Dip recipe. It’s quick and easy and presents beautifully in a pumpernickel bread bowl. I use the excess bread for dippers along with Ritz crackers or other whole-grain crackers.

This stuff is addictive! I have made this recipe so many times for parties and company. It is always wonderfully received–even by those who aren’t usually keen on spinach. It has a sensational taste and the water chestnuts give it a nice crunch.

This is another one of the recipes I collected from Mimi Pownall when she served it at a potluck at our church. She’s the one who taught me to save the cut bread and use it to spread the dip on. Even though Mimi gave me the recipe, it is the recipe from the back of the Knorr’s vegetable soup mix box. Knorr’s is the creator of this recipe. You can access Knorr’s website for other recipes.

I first published this recipe in July 2012 in the first few weeks of starting my blog. I knew nothing about blogging or camera work back then. As a consequence, the pictures were of poor quality and not very appetizing.

It’s been over two years since I originally made this recipe. Here are some new pictures so you can have a better idea of how this recipe looks (August 2014). I actually served it in a sourdough bread bowl this time, but I took the pictures the day before I served it for a big gathering and didn’t want to soak the bread over night with the dip inside it. So, here is the dip served from a regular dip bowl instead.

If you’re looking for a fantastic dip for tailgating parties or the next time you get together with company, give this amazing recipe a try. Your bowl will be cleaned out to the last drop.

Classic Spinach Dip is one of our favorite appetizers. Wherever I take this simple recipe, it is gone in no time.

Doesn’t Classic Spinach Dip look wonderful? It tastes heavenly. I like to cut the bread from the bread bowl I serve it in, into cubes and serve them as dippers, too.

Classic Spinach Dip is delectable on top of the crackers. Especially Wheat Thins. It’s also great with any kind of veggie dipper if you’re trying to increase your veggie intake.

I used these ingredients.

Thaw spinach. Wring it out really well. I pressed the water out of it through a colander and then found there was still too much liquid. So I squeezed handfuls of the spinach in my hands until all the liquid was drained out of it. Add sour cream, mayonnaise, green onions, and drained water chestnuts.

Stir all the ingredients to combine.

Pour mixture into serving bowl and serve with crackers, veggie dippers or bread cubes from cutting up a bread bowl and hollowing out the center.

I ate gobs and gobs of Classic Spinach Dip when I served it a week ago at a Sunday school class party.

Classic Spinach Dip is perfect for any tailgating party or the Super Bowl!


You can’t go wrong with this fabulous Classic Spinach Dip recipe. It’s quick and easy and presents beautifully in a pumpernickel bread bowl. I use the excess bread for dippers along with Ritz crackers or other whole-grain crackers.

This stuff is addictive! I have made this recipe so many times for parties and company. It is always wonderfully received–even by those who aren’t usually keen on spinach. It has a sensational taste and the water chestnuts give it a nice crunch.

This is another one of the recipes I collected from Mimi Pownall when she served it at a potluck at our church. She’s the one who taught me to save the cut bread and use it to spread the dip on. Even though Mimi gave me the recipe, it is the recipe from the back of the Knorr’s vegetable soup mix box. Knorr’s is the creator of this recipe. You can access Knorr’s website for other recipes.

I first published this recipe in July 2012 in the first few weeks of starting my blog. I knew nothing about blogging or camera work back then. As a consequence, the pictures were of poor quality and not very appetizing.

It’s been over two years since I originally made this recipe. Here are some new pictures so you can have a better idea of how this recipe looks (August 2014). I actually served it in a sourdough bread bowl this time, but I took the pictures the day before I served it for a big gathering and didn’t want to soak the bread over night with the dip inside it. So, here is the dip served from a regular dip bowl instead.

If you’re looking for a fantastic dip for tailgating parties or the next time you get together with company, give this amazing recipe a try. Your bowl will be cleaned out to the last drop.

Classic Spinach Dip is one of our favorite appetizers. Wherever I take this simple recipe, it is gone in no time.

Doesn’t Classic Spinach Dip look wonderful? It tastes heavenly. I like to cut the bread from the bread bowl I serve it in, into cubes and serve them as dippers, too.

Classic Spinach Dip is delectable on top of the crackers. Especially Wheat Thins. It’s also great with any kind of veggie dipper if you’re trying to increase your veggie intake.

I used these ingredients.

Thaw spinach. Wring it out really well. I pressed the water out of it through a colander and then found there was still too much liquid. So I squeezed handfuls of the spinach in my hands until all the liquid was drained out of it. Add sour cream, mayonnaise, green onions, and drained water chestnuts.

Stir all the ingredients to combine.

Pour mixture into serving bowl and serve with crackers, veggie dippers or bread cubes from cutting up a bread bowl and hollowing out the center.

I ate gobs and gobs of Classic Spinach Dip when I served it a week ago at a Sunday school class party.

Classic Spinach Dip is perfect for any tailgating party or the Super Bowl!


You can’t go wrong with this fabulous Classic Spinach Dip recipe. It’s quick and easy and presents beautifully in a pumpernickel bread bowl. I use the excess bread for dippers along with Ritz crackers or other whole-grain crackers.

This stuff is addictive! I have made this recipe so many times for parties and company. It is always wonderfully received–even by those who aren’t usually keen on spinach. It has a sensational taste and the water chestnuts give it a nice crunch.

This is another one of the recipes I collected from Mimi Pownall when she served it at a potluck at our church. She’s the one who taught me to save the cut bread and use it to spread the dip on. Even though Mimi gave me the recipe, it is the recipe from the back of the Knorr’s vegetable soup mix box. Knorr’s is the creator of this recipe. You can access Knorr’s website for other recipes.

I first published this recipe in July 2012 in the first few weeks of starting my blog. I knew nothing about blogging or camera work back then. As a consequence, the pictures were of poor quality and not very appetizing.

It’s been over two years since I originally made this recipe. Here are some new pictures so you can have a better idea of how this recipe looks (August 2014). I actually served it in a sourdough bread bowl this time, but I took the pictures the day before I served it for a big gathering and didn’t want to soak the bread over night with the dip inside it. So, here is the dip served from a regular dip bowl instead.

If you’re looking for a fantastic dip for tailgating parties or the next time you get together with company, give this amazing recipe a try. Your bowl will be cleaned out to the last drop.

Classic Spinach Dip is one of our favorite appetizers. Wherever I take this simple recipe, it is gone in no time.

Doesn’t Classic Spinach Dip look wonderful? It tastes heavenly. I like to cut the bread from the bread bowl I serve it in, into cubes and serve them as dippers, too.

Classic Spinach Dip is delectable on top of the crackers. Especially Wheat Thins. It’s also great with any kind of veggie dipper if you’re trying to increase your veggie intake.

I used these ingredients.

Thaw spinach. Wring it out really well. I pressed the water out of it through a colander and then found there was still too much liquid. So I squeezed handfuls of the spinach in my hands until all the liquid was drained out of it. Add sour cream, mayonnaise, green onions, and drained water chestnuts.

Stir all the ingredients to combine.

Pour mixture into serving bowl and serve with crackers, veggie dippers or bread cubes from cutting up a bread bowl and hollowing out the center.

I ate gobs and gobs of Classic Spinach Dip when I served it a week ago at a Sunday school class party.

Classic Spinach Dip is perfect for any tailgating party or the Super Bowl!


You can’t go wrong with this fabulous Classic Spinach Dip recipe. It’s quick and easy and presents beautifully in a pumpernickel bread bowl. I use the excess bread for dippers along with Ritz crackers or other whole-grain crackers.

This stuff is addictive! I have made this recipe so many times for parties and company. It is always wonderfully received–even by those who aren’t usually keen on spinach. It has a sensational taste and the water chestnuts give it a nice crunch.

This is another one of the recipes I collected from Mimi Pownall when she served it at a potluck at our church. She’s the one who taught me to save the cut bread and use it to spread the dip on. Even though Mimi gave me the recipe, it is the recipe from the back of the Knorr’s vegetable soup mix box. Knorr’s is the creator of this recipe. You can access Knorr’s website for other recipes.

I first published this recipe in July 2012 in the first few weeks of starting my blog. I knew nothing about blogging or camera work back then. As a consequence, the pictures were of poor quality and not very appetizing.

It’s been over two years since I originally made this recipe. Here are some new pictures so you can have a better idea of how this recipe looks (August 2014). I actually served it in a sourdough bread bowl this time, but I took the pictures the day before I served it for a big gathering and didn’t want to soak the bread over night with the dip inside it. So, here is the dip served from a regular dip bowl instead.

If you’re looking for a fantastic dip for tailgating parties or the next time you get together with company, give this amazing recipe a try. Your bowl will be cleaned out to the last drop.

Classic Spinach Dip is one of our favorite appetizers. Wherever I take this simple recipe, it is gone in no time.

Doesn’t Classic Spinach Dip look wonderful? It tastes heavenly. I like to cut the bread from the bread bowl I serve it in, into cubes and serve them as dippers, too.

Classic Spinach Dip is delectable on top of the crackers. Especially Wheat Thins. It’s also great with any kind of veggie dipper if you’re trying to increase your veggie intake.

I used these ingredients.

Thaw spinach. Wring it out really well. I pressed the water out of it through a colander and then found there was still too much liquid. So I squeezed handfuls of the spinach in my hands until all the liquid was drained out of it. Add sour cream, mayonnaise, green onions, and drained water chestnuts.

Stir all the ingredients to combine.

Pour mixture into serving bowl and serve with crackers, veggie dippers or bread cubes from cutting up a bread bowl and hollowing out the center.

I ate gobs and gobs of Classic Spinach Dip when I served it a week ago at a Sunday school class party.

Classic Spinach Dip is perfect for any tailgating party or the Super Bowl!


You can’t go wrong with this fabulous Classic Spinach Dip recipe. It’s quick and easy and presents beautifully in a pumpernickel bread bowl. I use the excess bread for dippers along with Ritz crackers or other whole-grain crackers.

This stuff is addictive! I have made this recipe so many times for parties and company. It is always wonderfully received–even by those who aren’t usually keen on spinach. It has a sensational taste and the water chestnuts give it a nice crunch.

This is another one of the recipes I collected from Mimi Pownall when she served it at a potluck at our church. She’s the one who taught me to save the cut bread and use it to spread the dip on. Even though Mimi gave me the recipe, it is the recipe from the back of the Knorr’s vegetable soup mix box. Knorr’s is the creator of this recipe. You can access Knorr’s website for other recipes.

I first published this recipe in July 2012 in the first few weeks of starting my blog. I knew nothing about blogging or camera work back then. As a consequence, the pictures were of poor quality and not very appetizing.

It’s been over two years since I originally made this recipe. Here are some new pictures so you can have a better idea of how this recipe looks (August 2014). I actually served it in a sourdough bread bowl this time, but I took the pictures the day before I served it for a big gathering and didn’t want to soak the bread over night with the dip inside it. So, here is the dip served from a regular dip bowl instead.

If you’re looking for a fantastic dip for tailgating parties or the next time you get together with company, give this amazing recipe a try. Your bowl will be cleaned out to the last drop.

Classic Spinach Dip is one of our favorite appetizers. Wherever I take this simple recipe, it is gone in no time.

Doesn’t Classic Spinach Dip look wonderful? It tastes heavenly. I like to cut the bread from the bread bowl I serve it in, into cubes and serve them as dippers, too.

Classic Spinach Dip is delectable on top of the crackers. Especially Wheat Thins. It’s also great with any kind of veggie dipper if you’re trying to increase your veggie intake.

I used these ingredients.

Thaw spinach. Wring it out really well. I pressed the water out of it through a colander and then found there was still too much liquid. So I squeezed handfuls of the spinach in my hands until all the liquid was drained out of it. Add sour cream, mayonnaise, green onions, and drained water chestnuts.

Stir all the ingredients to combine.

Pour mixture into serving bowl and serve with crackers, veggie dippers or bread cubes from cutting up a bread bowl and hollowing out the center.

I ate gobs and gobs of Classic Spinach Dip when I served it a week ago at a Sunday school class party.

Classic Spinach Dip is perfect for any tailgating party or the Super Bowl!


You can’t go wrong with this fabulous Classic Spinach Dip recipe. It’s quick and easy and presents beautifully in a pumpernickel bread bowl. I use the excess bread for dippers along with Ritz crackers or other whole-grain crackers.

This stuff is addictive! I have made this recipe so many times for parties and company. It is always wonderfully received–even by those who aren’t usually keen on spinach. It has a sensational taste and the water chestnuts give it a nice crunch.

This is another one of the recipes I collected from Mimi Pownall when she served it at a potluck at our church. She’s the one who taught me to save the cut bread and use it to spread the dip on. Even though Mimi gave me the recipe, it is the recipe from the back of the Knorr’s vegetable soup mix box. Knorr’s is the creator of this recipe. You can access Knorr’s website for other recipes.

I first published this recipe in July 2012 in the first few weeks of starting my blog. I knew nothing about blogging or camera work back then. As a consequence, the pictures were of poor quality and not very appetizing.

It’s been over two years since I originally made this recipe. Here are some new pictures so you can have a better idea of how this recipe looks (August 2014). I actually served it in a sourdough bread bowl this time, but I took the pictures the day before I served it for a big gathering and didn’t want to soak the bread over night with the dip inside it. So, here is the dip served from a regular dip bowl instead.

If you’re looking for a fantastic dip for tailgating parties or the next time you get together with company, give this amazing recipe a try. Your bowl will be cleaned out to the last drop.

Classic Spinach Dip is one of our favorite appetizers. Wherever I take this simple recipe, it is gone in no time.

Doesn’t Classic Spinach Dip look wonderful? It tastes heavenly. I like to cut the bread from the bread bowl I serve it in, into cubes and serve them as dippers, too.

Classic Spinach Dip is delectable on top of the crackers. Especially Wheat Thins. It’s also great with any kind of veggie dipper if you’re trying to increase your veggie intake.

I used these ingredients.

Thaw spinach. Wring it out really well. I pressed the water out of it through a colander and then found there was still too much liquid. So I squeezed handfuls of the spinach in my hands until all the liquid was drained out of it. Add sour cream, mayonnaise, green onions, and drained water chestnuts.

Stir all the ingredients to combine.

Pour mixture into serving bowl and serve with crackers, veggie dippers or bread cubes from cutting up a bread bowl and hollowing out the center.

I ate gobs and gobs of Classic Spinach Dip when I served it a week ago at a Sunday school class party.

Classic Spinach Dip is perfect for any tailgating party or the Super Bowl!


You can’t go wrong with this fabulous Classic Spinach Dip recipe. It’s quick and easy and presents beautifully in a pumpernickel bread bowl. I use the excess bread for dippers along with Ritz crackers or other whole-grain crackers.

This stuff is addictive! I have made this recipe so many times for parties and company. It is always wonderfully received–even by those who aren’t usually keen on spinach. It has a sensational taste and the water chestnuts give it a nice crunch.

This is another one of the recipes I collected from Mimi Pownall when she served it at a potluck at our church. She’s the one who taught me to save the cut bread and use it to spread the dip on. Even though Mimi gave me the recipe, it is the recipe from the back of the Knorr’s vegetable soup mix box. Knorr’s is the creator of this recipe. You can access Knorr’s website for other recipes.

I first published this recipe in July 2012 in the first few weeks of starting my blog. I knew nothing about blogging or camera work back then. As a consequence, the pictures were of poor quality and not very appetizing.

It’s been over two years since I originally made this recipe. Here are some new pictures so you can have a better idea of how this recipe looks (August 2014). I actually served it in a sourdough bread bowl this time, but I took the pictures the day before I served it for a big gathering and didn’t want to soak the bread over night with the dip inside it. So, here is the dip served from a regular dip bowl instead.

If you’re looking for a fantastic dip for tailgating parties or the next time you get together with company, give this amazing recipe a try. Your bowl will be cleaned out to the last drop.

Classic Spinach Dip is one of our favorite appetizers. Wherever I take this simple recipe, it is gone in no time.

Doesn’t Classic Spinach Dip look wonderful? It tastes heavenly. I like to cut the bread from the bread bowl I serve it in, into cubes and serve them as dippers, too.

Classic Spinach Dip is delectable on top of the crackers. Especially Wheat Thins. It’s also great with any kind of veggie dipper if you’re trying to increase your veggie intake.

I used these ingredients.

Thaw spinach. Wring it out really well. I pressed the water out of it through a colander and then found there was still too much liquid. So I squeezed handfuls of the spinach in my hands until all the liquid was drained out of it. Add sour cream, mayonnaise, green onions, and drained water chestnuts.

Stir all the ingredients to combine.

Pour mixture into serving bowl and serve with crackers, veggie dippers or bread cubes from cutting up a bread bowl and hollowing out the center.

I ate gobs and gobs of Classic Spinach Dip when I served it a week ago at a Sunday school class party.

Classic Spinach Dip is perfect for any tailgating party or the Super Bowl!


You can’t go wrong with this fabulous Classic Spinach Dip recipe. It’s quick and easy and presents beautifully in a pumpernickel bread bowl. I use the excess bread for dippers along with Ritz crackers or other whole-grain crackers.

This stuff is addictive! I have made this recipe so many times for parties and company. It is always wonderfully received–even by those who aren’t usually keen on spinach. It has a sensational taste and the water chestnuts give it a nice crunch.

This is another one of the recipes I collected from Mimi Pownall when she served it at a potluck at our church. She’s the one who taught me to save the cut bread and use it to spread the dip on. Even though Mimi gave me the recipe, it is the recipe from the back of the Knorr’s vegetable soup mix box. Knorr’s is the creator of this recipe. You can access Knorr’s website for other recipes.

I first published this recipe in July 2012 in the first few weeks of starting my blog. I knew nothing about blogging or camera work back then. As a consequence, the pictures were of poor quality and not very appetizing.

It’s been over two years since I originally made this recipe. Here are some new pictures so you can have a better idea of how this recipe looks (August 2014). I actually served it in a sourdough bread bowl this time, but I took the pictures the day before I served it for a big gathering and didn’t want to soak the bread over night with the dip inside it. So, here is the dip served from a regular dip bowl instead.

If you’re looking for a fantastic dip for tailgating parties or the next time you get together with company, give this amazing recipe a try. Your bowl will be cleaned out to the last drop.

Classic Spinach Dip is one of our favorite appetizers. Wherever I take this simple recipe, it is gone in no time.

Doesn’t Classic Spinach Dip look wonderful? It tastes heavenly. I like to cut the bread from the bread bowl I serve it in, into cubes and serve them as dippers, too.

Classic Spinach Dip is delectable on top of the crackers. Especially Wheat Thins. It’s also great with any kind of veggie dipper if you’re trying to increase your veggie intake.

I used these ingredients.

Thaw spinach. Wring it out really well. I pressed the water out of it through a colander and then found there was still too much liquid. So I squeezed handfuls of the spinach in my hands until all the liquid was drained out of it. Add sour cream, mayonnaise, green onions, and drained water chestnuts.

Stir all the ingredients to combine.

Pour mixture into serving bowl and serve with crackers, veggie dippers or bread cubes from cutting up a bread bowl and hollowing out the center.

I ate gobs and gobs of Classic Spinach Dip when I served it a week ago at a Sunday school class party.

Classic Spinach Dip is perfect for any tailgating party or the Super Bowl!


You can’t go wrong with this fabulous Classic Spinach Dip recipe. It’s quick and easy and presents beautifully in a pumpernickel bread bowl. I use the excess bread for dippers along with Ritz crackers or other whole-grain crackers.

This stuff is addictive! I have made this recipe so many times for parties and company. It is always wonderfully received–even by those who aren’t usually keen on spinach. It has a sensational taste and the water chestnuts give it a nice crunch.

This is another one of the recipes I collected from Mimi Pownall when she served it at a potluck at our church. She’s the one who taught me to save the cut bread and use it to spread the dip on. Even though Mimi gave me the recipe, it is the recipe from the back of the Knorr’s vegetable soup mix box. Knorr’s is the creator of this recipe. You can access Knorr’s website for other recipes.

I first published this recipe in July 2012 in the first few weeks of starting my blog. I knew nothing about blogging or camera work back then. As a consequence, the pictures were of poor quality and not very appetizing.

It’s been over two years since I originally made this recipe. Here are some new pictures so you can have a better idea of how this recipe looks (August 2014). I actually served it in a sourdough bread bowl this time, but I took the pictures the day before I served it for a big gathering and didn’t want to soak the bread over night with the dip inside it. So, here is the dip served from a regular dip bowl instead.

If you’re looking for a fantastic dip for tailgating parties or the next time you get together with company, give this amazing recipe a try. Your bowl will be cleaned out to the last drop.

Classic Spinach Dip is one of our favorite appetizers. Wherever I take this simple recipe, it is gone in no time.

Doesn’t Classic Spinach Dip look wonderful? It tastes heavenly. I like to cut the bread from the bread bowl I serve it in, into cubes and serve them as dippers, too.

Classic Spinach Dip is delectable on top of the crackers. Especially Wheat Thins. It’s also great with any kind of veggie dipper if you’re trying to increase your veggie intake.

I used these ingredients.

Thaw spinach. Wring it out really well. I pressed the water out of it through a colander and then found there was still too much liquid. So I squeezed handfuls of the spinach in my hands until all the liquid was drained out of it. Add sour cream, mayonnaise, green onions, and drained water chestnuts.

Stir all the ingredients to combine.

Pour mixture into serving bowl and serve with crackers, veggie dippers or bread cubes from cutting up a bread bowl and hollowing out the center.

I ate gobs and gobs of Classic Spinach Dip when I served it a week ago at a Sunday school class party.

Classic Spinach Dip is perfect for any tailgating party or the Super Bowl!


You can’t go wrong with this fabulous Classic Spinach Dip recipe. It’s quick and easy and presents beautifully in a pumpernickel bread bowl. I use the excess bread for dippers along with Ritz crackers or other whole-grain crackers.

This stuff is addictive! I have made this recipe so many times for parties and company. It is always wonderfully received–even by those who aren’t usually keen on spinach. It has a sensational taste and the water chestnuts give it a nice crunch.

This is another one of the recipes I collected from Mimi Pownall when she served it at a potluck at our church. She’s the one who taught me to save the cut bread and use it to spread the dip on. Even though Mimi gave me the recipe, it is the recipe from the back of the Knorr’s vegetable soup mix box. Knorr’s is the creator of this recipe. You can access Knorr’s website for other recipes.

I first published this recipe in July 2012 in the first few weeks of starting my blog. I knew nothing about blogging or camera work back then. As a consequence, the pictures were of poor quality and not very appetizing.

It’s been over two years since I originally made this recipe. Here are some new pictures so you can have a better idea of how this recipe looks (August 2014). I actually served it in a sourdough bread bowl this time, but I took the pictures the day before I served it for a big gathering and didn’t want to soak the bread over night with the dip inside it. So, here is the dip served from a regular dip bowl instead.

If you’re looking for a fantastic dip for tailgating parties or the next time you get together with company, give this amazing recipe a try. Your bowl will be cleaned out to the last drop.

Classic Spinach Dip is one of our favorite appetizers. Wherever I take this simple recipe, it is gone in no time.

Doesn’t Classic Spinach Dip look wonderful? It tastes heavenly. I like to cut the bread from the bread bowl I serve it in, into cubes and serve them as dippers, too.

Classic Spinach Dip is delectable on top of the crackers. Especially Wheat Thins. It’s also great with any kind of veggie dipper if you’re trying to increase your veggie intake.

I used these ingredients.

Thaw spinach. Wring it out really well. I pressed the water out of it through a colander and then found there was still too much liquid. So I squeezed handfuls of the spinach in my hands until all the liquid was drained out of it. Add sour cream, mayonnaise, green onions, and drained water chestnuts.

Stir all the ingredients to combine.

Pour mixture into serving bowl and serve with crackers, veggie dippers or bread cubes from cutting up a bread bowl and hollowing out the center.

I ate gobs and gobs of Classic Spinach Dip when I served it a week ago at a Sunday school class party.

Classic Spinach Dip is perfect for any tailgating party or the Super Bowl!


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