anywhere the accept EBT cards. It's cash - not food. EBT benefits are divided between FOOD ONLY and CASH. Every time get receipt the balance for both is on the bottom.
I found this. Maybe it will help. (It says you get cash at ATM machines or by asking for cash back in some stores. It also mentions limits on how many times you should ask for cash to avoid fees). Apparently, you should look for ATM networks that accept EBT cards.
http://www.nedap.org/resources/document … -12.06.pdf
I found this page that lets you put in your zip code, and it will get you more information about ATM's or networks in your area:
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