Meat Crust Quiche

Every time I see a flaky crust on a quiche, I want it. And making a fake paleo crust just wouldn’t be the same. So I made the crust from meat. Makes sense to me. And is more hearty. Eggs just don’t really fill me up.

I’m planning a destination vacation right now. Not going to tell you where yet. Mostly because I want to book the trip first and not jinx it. I need to get away to a relaxing place for a bit. Especially a place that includes blue waters, alcoholic beverages, and hammocks. I love hammocks.

Let’s recap some of my experiences to destination areas. All turned out to be Mexico. Boooooring. But cheap. I like cheap things. Seriously.

1st trip: I was 18 years old, on a trip with 15-20, 6 of which were girls, and had no idea how to handle alcohol. Remember, at this point in my life, I cared nothing about my health. So I had most likely over 80 tequila poppers throughout the 5 days I was there. I lost almost all my clothes from leaving them on the beach when I would go swimming, then would be too drunk to pick them up. And I came home on the plane in my swim suit and guys clothes that I was on the trip with. Proud moment in my life. Real happy I didn’t have Facebook back then.

2nd trip: I was 20 years old. Thankfully I was better with alcohol at this point. But this time, my friend and I ended up in the most ghetto hotel I had ever been in. No hot water, it smelled like sewage, and our bed broke when we jumped on it. Ghetto. Not really the last part, but whatever. So we made the most out of things by spending most of our days sizzling our skin in the sun, and drinking absinthe by night. We totally got ripped off, I didn’t hallucinate at all. Probably a good thing when I look back at it now.

geez i look good. and completely sober.

3rd trip: I was 21 years old. At this point I didn’t really even want to drink that much because I was super into being healthier and taking care of my body. Blah blah blah. I was on a trip with 3 other girls who felt the same. So most of our days were spent reading on the beach then nights eating dinner and drinking wine, then being in bed by 10pm. Wicked. But the last night I was there, I was at Senor Frogs, took far too many tequila shots, and decided taking a trip down the slide that led to the ocean, while in my strapless hot pink dress, was a good idea. Well, thankfully I didn’t drown, but since I was soaking wet, no cab would take us home. So we had to walk for quite a ways. Well, I guess my feet didn’t want to walk in an orderly fashion, since the next morning I woke up with my eye cut open. I sidelined it into the bushes during our walk. Now imagine that in a strapless dress. Geez. That was fun to wake up to the next morning, covered in sand, with my hair hardened in sea salt water.

this is before the facial torment occurred.

But now, all I really want is wine, a beach, and a swim suit that can take on my ass. I got my swimsuits that I ordered the other day and daaaaaaamn does my bum have a hard time fitting into the bottoms. I totally get double butt. That’s why I can’t wear Lululemon shorts anymore, the underwear lining makes me look like my butt morphed into two. Ew. Anywho, I’m booking a vacation. Let’s get out of this b*tch.

That made no sense.


Meat Crust Quiche

  • Yield: 4-5 1x


  • 1 pound breakfast pork sausage (or italian sausage)
  • 1 small sweet potato, diced
  • 1/2 yellow onion, diced
  • 2 cups fresh spinach
  • 4 eggs, whisked
  • 1 garlic clove, minced
  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1/8 teaspoon ground paprika
  • salt and pepper, to taste
  • 2 tablespoons bacon fat (or other kind of fat)


  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  2. Now you gotta make your meat into a crust. So pull out a pie plate and begin to press your breakfast sausage into the pan until it is even all around and pressed up to the rim of the plate.
  3. Place the pan on a baking sheet (in case of any spills) and in the oven, and bake for 18-20 minutes until meat presses back when you poke it. It doesn’t need to be completely cooked through, but pretty close.
  4. While your crust is baking, place 2 tablespoons of fat into a saucepan over medium heat. Then add the minced garlic.
  5. Add in the chopped onions and sweet potatoes to the pan and mix to cover with garlic. Once the onions begin to become translucent, sprinkle a bit of salt and pepper on top and cover to help steam the potatoes and cook quicker.
  6. Once potatoes are tender after about 4-5 minutes, toss in the spinach and cover once more to help the spinach wilt.
  7. After a minute or two, once the spinach is wilted, remove your mixture from the pan and place in a bowl to let cool.
  8. When mixtures is cooled, add in the eggs, garlic powder, ground paprika and a bit more salt. Mix well.
  9. After the crust is done baking, remove the excess oil that may be left behind, then pour your egg mixture on top of the meat crust. It’s just fine if some leaks over into the pan because the meat will shrink just a bit.
  10. Place the pan back into the oven and bake for 23-25 minutes. My quiche took quite some time to completely cook through because the pan wasn’t very deep, so be sure to just poke at the middle. Once the middle pushes back when you poke it, it’s all good to go.
  11. Let cool, cut and serve. Avocado on top was perfect.

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Oh, Hi! I’m Juli.

I’m a food hoarder. And a really bad dancer. If you don’t know me well, you will probably not understand my humor. Therefore, I apologize ahead of time. Thanks for listening to my ramblings of my ever-changing life and trusting my kitchen mishaps. Your trust in me is appreciated.


121 thoughts on “Meat Crust Quiche”

  1. Really wish I would have seen this a couple hours ago so I could have prepped it for tomorrow! Oh well, looks like I will be making it tomorrow night! Thanks, JB!

  2. This looks amazing! I’ve been looking for a good paleo friendly quiche recipe, and I think this would be perfect I’m going to add some mushrooms to mine 🙂

    1. I second that! Puerto Rico is amazing, fun, cheap, and has the comfort of still technically being America while also being exotic and cultural. Fair warning, though. The taxis will try to rip you off!

  3. Dang, that looks good. Don’t know if any of your Mexico stories stack up to mine, but there is a hurricane in one, and a dead guy in the other. Yours are pretty good, though. Have a great time.

  4. I highly recommend Aruba…great weather year-round, beautiful beaches, lots of fun stuff to do, and GREAT places to eat. The steak dinner I had at El Gaucho is one of the best meals I’ve ever had, and was super cheap! AND you can fly directly into Aruba, unlike some other islands.

  5. I’m of no help on the exotic locales. I went on my dream honeymoon – to Alaska. I planned a vacation for this fall – to Nova Scotia. I know, I’m lame and sort of like a 74 year old woman.

    Senor Frogs is a dangerous place. I danced on a table there. In the middle of the day. In front of my father. Fail.

  6. PERFECT! Come here! I have FARRR tooooo much room at my place… The most beautiful white sandy beaches…. And MORE than enough wine! XXOO

  7. Julie- Check out Tulum Mexico. I went to Amansala for a week and had the time the time of my life. I had just broke up with my yucky ex and decided that I needed to do something for me. It was the best decision I ever made. Remember the movie “How Stella Gets Her Groove BacK”? Well that is how I summed up my trip- How Molly got her groove back. Mixture of working out on the beach, yoga, reading in beds that sway in the wind, eating really healthy, massages, nights out on the town and maybe some possible hook ups with some really cute boys.

  8. Bahaha – my first (and only) trip to Mexico might have involved a brief brush with the Mexican police, nearly getting roped into being a prostitute, and a penicillin shot to my best friend’s ass. I wish I was kidding about any of those.


  9. Sh*t! Are you only 20-something?! I’m 40-something and I could share some stories, but I won’t, cuz it so freaking long ago. As for the bathing suit thing…order separates. I’m sure those glutes will look great no matter what. Oh, and, if you go with other girls – let them be the funny drunks. Just kidding. Have a blast!

  10. You crack me up in the mornings….love it….can’t wait to make this lovely morning quiche….also, check out Witch’s Rock in Costa Rica….surf camp retreat….we are going in April!

  11. My God you make it hard to hide the fact I am slacking off on the job and reading your blog as I am busting a gut and laughing out loud! Thanks for the laugh and my dinner plans! The quiche looks amazing!

  12. Julie.. Thank you for making my morning. You absolutely crack me up! I love sharing your stories and your food! Thanks for being human. 🙂 Have a great vacay!

  13. Look into Sandals! They have a bunch of locations in the Caribbean to choose from. They says it’s for “couples” but you could totally go with a few friends instead! (As long as you don’t mind sharing a bed). Best part is it’s all inclusive! All the food and booze you want and you don’t have to pay any extra 😉 haha! They also have tons of stuff you can do on the resort and no additional cost and other things you can do off the resort that will cost you a little extra 🙂

  14. Umm you should come to Hawaii… Far enough away but still the good ole USA. Plenty of beaches with hammocks and here we flaunt our ass, not try to cover it up!

  15. I just love your blog and your posts are so REAL! I love it! With every other blog, I wonder how the person really is “in real life” because they seem to portray themselves as people who have all their sh*t together. Now, this may just be because I see only a glimpse into their life and people only share what makes them look good…which is why I admire your real-ness and honesty so much.

    Anyways, I just got back from Nosara, Costa Rica last month. That place is awesome! It’s a small town, but still has some tourist shops for surfing and shopping and ziplining. It’s beautiful, but then again, it is dry season down there right now and there won’t be much greenery like there is during rainy season. Never been to Mexico and I don’t really have the desire to go. If I’m going to leave the country, I’m going somewhere farther away than that…lol.

  16. Juli I love reading your blog in the morning. You are so funny. You make my morning. The quiche looks sooooo yummy. Will have to try it this week. This is going to sound a little creepy and stockerish, but you look really sexy in that pink dress. Wow that does sound creepy. Oh well!!! No matter where you go on your (well deserved) vacation you will have a blast.

  17. The first (and only) time I went to Mexico was for Spring Break of my senior year of high school (SPRING BREAK WOO!) with 2 of my close girlfriends and their moms. We only got to “go out” by ourselves one of the nights, and it was the first (and only… are you sensing a trend here?) time I ever tried tequila shooters… I don’t remember much except my friend dancing underwear-less on a bar, and I’m told I threw up in a cab. Proud life moments right there.

  18. Thank you Juli!!! I have just made and eaten a pure piece of awesomeness. By far my favourite paleo recipe so far and even better I have some left over for breakfast (unless I eat it all now).

    You should come to London for your holiday. We don’t have much sun at the moment and our beaches are not perfect but I do have a hammock you can use 🙂

  19. Two words- Brazilian bikini. It has to be legit thought, we have a lady that sells them locally and she orders from Brazil. A fellow xfitter and I went together to try on and the lady said something like “you girls were made for these.” They don’t try to tame the booty, (it can’t be) they accentuate the best parts and just let it be awesome.

  20. well, i have to say that i’ve never been drunk but i am always experiencing the wrath of my sister’s drunken horror stories. just be careful, girl. bad things can happen from alcohol and you are a great person.

  21. OMG! Delish! Made it tonite and my hubs kept saying “babe! babe! this is soooo good!” Right up there with the banana bread I make every week and the tex-mex hash casserole. Book is on preorder!

  22. I really enjoy your site and I’ve been sharing your recipes with my CrossFit crew. Tonight, I made the Meat Crust Quiche (my first quiche ever by the way) and it was delicious!!!

    Your steps are detailed and helpful! I didn’t push the meat up the sides enough so when it baked, it shrank some but it wasn’t too bad. I did swap out the sweet potato dices with cubed rutabaga. I had some rutabaga left over from the “Hash Brown” recipe you had (which has become my favorite for breakfast) and it worked for my family perfectly!

    Keep up the great work and inspiring others!!!!

  23. I made the meat crust quiche last night with ground turkey instead of sausage. It was good but next time I will use sausage and it will be excellent! Keep the great recipes coming!

  24. Yum! Must make this soon. So, is that a Marie Callendar pie tin?! Not sure what is more exciting, a pie or a quiche!! LOL
    The Caribbean has lots to offer and so does Costa Rica. Have fun planning your lazy sunny days; 25 days til I will be on a cruise in the blue waters… ahh

  25. making this now. excited for amazingness.

    i live in phoenix. no beaches but lots of sunshine. you’re welcome to visit. 🙂

  26. i’m heading to Kauai in 2 weeks (HAZAAAH!) and it will be my first time in Hawaii. maybe not as exotic for americans but i’m a canuck so it’s totally ‘foreign’ for me. haha!
    anyway, obvs i haven’t been yet but i love it already. seems very food focus (YES!) but also beach and activities (hikes, surfing, SUP…if you are so inclined). of course depends on if you’re flying solo or not…i’m heading with a GF and we booked a condo and have rental car. so planning on doing lots o exploring!
    anyway, always looking for good ideas so can’t wait to hear where you’re going!
    planning on doing Alaska road trip this summer or maybe New Orleans!

  27. made this for lunch today (and the next few days of meals) and it was awesome! I shredded the sweet potato and it made a mashed layer which was super tasty. Threw some peppers and green onions in there for fun too. Who needs pastry when you can have meat crusts!?

  28. thanks for all your great posts and site. as a favor to us old guys – go easy on the photos of you and your friends – just too HOT!!! don’t see such healthy ladies like you in my neck of the woods. it sure nice to visit here and see the results of your hard work. best of luck to you always.

  29. Have never been outside the U.S. ( except growing up in Michigan and traveling across the Ambassador Bridge to Canada, which kinda doesn’t count if you live in MI) but I have heard WONDERFUL things about Honduras and Roatan specifically. Have fun!

  30. I love all of your recipes!! Just wanted to get that out of the way LOL But as far as an amazing beach vacation, we just got back from a cruise that went to Honduras, Belize, and Mexico. If I could have spent the entire vacation in Honduras I would have done it without blinking! Most amazing beaches and food. Oh goodness, the FOOD! Good luck booking!

  31. We made this yesterday for breakfast. It takes a while to make so if you’re hungry take note and make it early or make it the day before. I love leftovers personally, and when it comes to flavors like this I like to have it cold. But it’s completely up to you.

    We used hot sausage and it took away from the flavors of the dish. Also, I would reduce the amount of sweet potato. I love eggs and I like my egg to other ratio to be much more in favor of the egg.

    That being said, this is a great way to make breakfast for a few days of the week. My husband and I are polishing this off in three days between post WOD snacks and breakfast!

    Thanks for the savory treats.

  32. This is Crazy Good! I love quiche and have been missing the heck out of it. This is WAY better than regular quiche!

  33. I made this for breakfast this morning and it was awesome! I did some of the prep last night, i.e. made the filling and put it in the fridge. I didn’t have any sweet potatoes in the house so I used a regular potato (my bad!). My son won’t eat potatoes if he knows they’re there so I shredded them like hash browns when I made the filling. He couldn’t even tell when he ate two pieces this morning! Keep the recipes comin’…….love them!

  34. Made this on Sunday to eat for the week. AMAZING!! Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day…now that I don’t actually have to cook something every morning, it’s even better.

    Used 5 eggs (in my head I was thinking 1 egg per serving) this will def last me 5 days.

  35. SO GOOD! I made this once as written and then again a few nights later using a spicier sausage and also added some mushrooms into the veggies as well as some bacon that I precooked and roughly chopped. Both versions were SUPER good… awesome for any meal and the leftovers are great cold or heated up. I learned to really push the sausage up to the very top on the sides of my pie plate before baking since it does shrink quite a bit. I definitely drain the pie plate after cooking and before adding the eggs/veggies and recooking. One of the best Paleo recipes EVER…tons of flavor and even my non-Paleo-eating family members loved it.

  36. I tried this last night and it was so good. I mixed sausage spices with ground turkey meat because it’s what I had.

    All your recipes I’ve tried are amazing. Thanks!

  37. A-Ma-Zing! Taking this to my paleo meal swap today. The gals will love it. Added brocolli to the veggies.

  38. Started the prep for this tonight…my sausage shrunk to the size if the bottom of my dish 🙁 Broke it all up and tomorrow it will be a scramble 🙂

  39. Try Guatemala , hubby& I stayed with my sis in law&her family’s in Guatemala City , for our 1 yr wedding anniversary . In the 6 days we were there ( my first time, hubs has been there sev times before) we hiked a volcano- I rode a horse up& down, hubs & bro in law, nephew & guide hiked up. & roasted marshmallows in/ on the volcano. Hubs & I took a lil plane to Flores & met up with tour group & bussed to Tikal, had lunch there then they dropped us off @ best in the area hotel ( camino real Tikal) . Nothing like power flip off in middle of night ( they were switching over to generators – but the alarm was a bit ” alarming” ) when the lights came back on we had a small lizard on our wall hanging by the ac. Lol. & early morning wake up to howler monkey growl. I’m just happy I didn’t come across a jaguar ( we were in rainforest after all). When our van picked us up next day they gave us our own personal tour of Flores. Fly back. We seen Antigua – outdoor markets & many other sites. I don’t speak Spanish . But I can’t wait to go back.

  40. This was great, and my husband (who’s totally new to Paleo) was like OMG that’s really good and it’s Paleo? yup… and super easy and tasty. Thanks for the great recipe. We’ll be using it again.

  41. This sounds delicious. I want to try it but I have a stupid question. If you use Italian sausage, how are you pressing the sausage meat onto the dish? Are you breaking the casing and spreading it as if it was ground meat?

    1. well you want to use bulk italian sausage, but if you get it still in the casing, cut the casing off, mix it together with your hands, then place it in the pie plate and spread out just like you would dough

  42. This is seriously amazing. I ate it for dinner one night, breakfast the next morning, and then lunch that same day (don’t judge me).. And could have easily eaten it again. I used red chard instead of spinach because that’s what I had in my fridge and it worked wonderfully. I’ll definitely be making it again. Thank you for never disappointing 🙂

  43. I LOVE this recipe. It’s easy, yummy, smells great, and even looks pretty. I’ve taken it to work for breakfast and the whole office is jealous!

  44. Your meat quiche saved my breakfast! OMG it is delish!!! You know it is good when the husband falls in love with it too! 😀

  45. This was delicious! My bf annouced it was definitely a keeper and I love how easy it was to make (after I had a fight with the new to me old gas oven at our new house, and FINALLY worked out how to turn the damn thing on). Thanks Juli. You. Are. The. Best.

  46. I made this last night. Had it for dinner last night, breakfast this morning and lunch this afternoon. I added asparagus and mushrooms in addition to the sweet potato and spinach. The recipe is a winner.

  47. This quiche is everything!! I was supposed to give my friend some. Yeah, she might just have to get some on the second time around. I couldn’t stop eating it! I just discovered your blog and love it and your realness with your posts!

  48. I just did a fun variation – I used individual ramekins to make mimi-quiches! And I was out of onions, but had eggplant so I made a little random substitution. Also threw in a dash of cinnamon. It’s going to be so good!

  49. Made this for dinner last night and just had some leftovers for breakfast. This is the 3rd thing I’ve made from this blog and all of them have been great!

  50. Day one of our Paleo lifestyle. He says I am going to work out, I say I will cook breakfast. An hour later he is in awe of the quiche, yogurt, berries and homemade granola. We are off to a great start. His nervousness abates. This will work! Love your blog. Thanks!
    PS You are beautiful quit worrying about your face!

  51. I just made the quiche, easy and awesome!!! Love reading your blogs, LOL funny! You are great, and I preordered the cookbook!

  52. I love this recipe, easy and delicious! Love you and your blog…LOL funny…Can’t wait for your cookbook to come out!

  53. I definitely miss my quiche crusts, so finding creative ways to sidestep them is awesome. The quiche tasted really good but my problem was that the majority of the eggs seeped under the sausage as it had shrunk quite a bit initially. Not sure if I did something wrong, but it tasted great, even if it didn’t look as pretty as yours!
    Thanks for the recipe!

  54. Just made this, my first ever quiche. Taste awesome. I think my consistency is a tad bit off and I burned my tongue (but not too bad). Can’t wait to try it again and tweak it a bit.

  55. i made this, and it rocked my world. i added 6 eggs instead of 4 and added a ton more vegs. thank you.

  56. This is super tasty! I made it with broccoli instead of spinach. I can’t wait to make it again, and again. This is definitely a recipe I can play with! Ha meat crust, who woulda thunk it!

  57. Holy heck Batman!! Crazy, delicious!! Thank you for putting this amaz-balls recipe together!! I used a half pound of grass fed beef and Applegate sausage as my crust of choice and I swear I could bathe myself in this!! I look forward to getting up every morning just so I can eat this 🙂 You rock!

  58. Making this for the second time as the first time was clearly a great success! Amazed that it ended up looking exactly like your picture. The avocado on top was great, as it was a little dry without it. Nice one- thanks!

  59. I made this tonight and it was so good! Absolutely amazing. Will be making it again for sure, maybe with some mushrooms and red peppers too. Thanks for the recipe! B

  60. I made this tonight, so excited! The pic turned out pretty good, wish there was a way to attach. However, I substituted regular potato and watercress instead of sweet potato and spinach. 🙂

  61. This recipe is bomb. I made this as party fuel for a long day of pool partying and it was devoured in 10 minutes. Guys and girls alike- it was a huge hit. Paired with some mimosas?nomnomnom. I just made it again to have as breakfast during the week. Thanks for sharing!!

  62. Greetings from Switzerland! I made this tonight for my Whole 30 breakfasts for the week and it is amazing!! I used beef mince for the meat portion but kept the rest the same. Just tried and I am very excited for tomorrow morning…

    And PS: I’m from Texas and strongly believe that what happens in Mexico, stays in Mexico! Hah.

  63. I made this last night in preparation for breakfasts this week. OMG! It is AMAZING!!! I’m a new xfitter and have been changing my diet to paleo. It’s not perfect but recipes like this make it easy!

  64. This looks great but before I try can someone specify how to use the sausage for the crust? I am a little confused as to which part gets pulled. Thanks

  65. Katie Provence

    My husband and I had some non-paleo friends come to visit this weekend and I was unsure what to make for breakfast they they would like. Our friends usually eat high carb breakfasts. I found this recipe and it was PERFECT!! Everyone loved it. There was absolutely nothing left in the pan. I will definitely be making this again.

  66. I made this in the low histamine, omitting the spinach (though my heart cried) and swapping the animal fat for olive oil. I used ground pork instead of sausage and was absolutely blown away by how fantastic this was!! I loved the subtle sweetness of the potatoes against the garlic and the pork was a perfect platform for all of the flavors. I really liked that the amount of egg was just right, it was neither too much or too little. Thank you for this fantastic recipe! Tomorrow I make your breakfast meatloaf. Love your blog and wonderful sense of humor. Keep it coming.

  67. made this with yellow plantains since I didnt have sweet potatoes around, it was delicious! Make sure your crust doesnt have any holes, mine leaked quite a bit so it didnt come out as tall as in the pictures. Will be making it again with some more veggies, it was very good!

  68. Just made this to eat for breakfast for the week, and it’s delicious!! I used andouille chicken sausage for a little more spice, and loved it. I usually will only eat boiled eggs, b/c for some reason scrambled makes me ill, so this was a gamble. However, this was absolutely delicious, and I don’t feel sick!! Everything I’ve tried from your site is a winner! How do you come up with these awesome combinations?!?! Five stars, but the rating system isn’t workin on my phone right now!!

  69. Made this morning. It was very delicious. Thank you so much for your time putting these recipes out there for us to try!.

  70. Is here a sub for the sweet potato? Sweet potatoes are considered goitrogenic and thus not good for people with hypothyroidism. Squash?

  71. I tried the meat-crust quiche last night, and it was delicious! We at it again this morning. The one unexpected thing is that the crust shrinks down a lot more than you’d think, and ours didn’t end up staying as crust — more like a giant meat patty on the bottom. We did it with ground pork, which I seasoned myself, chard, kale, and arugula from the garden, along with sweet potatoes. Yum! Going to try the spaghetti squash one next.

  72. True confession…..i have made this twice in 3 days and my family has devoured it! Don’t judge. You are a food genius with the bonus of being hilarious!

  73. I made this for dinner tonight…delicious!!! Thank you for continuing to come up with amazing recipes!

  74. OMG!!! Made this this morning and it is to die for!! I loved your bacon maple meatballs but this officially tops the list 😀 Thanks

  75. Delicious! I added a couple more eggs and they ran over the sides encasing the crust. It kind of felt like high school when I would eat stuffed crust pizza. Yum! Thanks for always being an awesome resource.

  76. Just made this…and at this :). So good! I forgot to get avocado so I can’t wait to try it with that on top. Thank you!

  77. Oh, my freakin’ goodness! This was delish! I cooked 3 pounds of sausage yesterday, so I didn’t make it into a quiche. Instead, I followed the recipe for the veggies, added the sausage and spices. I then scrambled 6 eggs instead of 4 since it was all mixed together. Aweseome!

  78. Made this yesterday so we would have a quick and easy breakfast before dashing out the door… Delicious! Thank you so very much 🙂

  79. What am I missing here? It’s been in the oven 35 minutes and the middle is still liquid egg! I’m going to keep it in the oven but I’m surprised I’m the only one having this problem! Was so looking forward to eating this…

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