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Sausage in lard

Discussion in 'Lovely Grub' started by rik_uk3, Feb 2, 2009.

  1. Shambling Shaman

    Shambling Shaman Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    oh i, same size as the beacon in a tin? this is taking me back - hot lox on the pan during exercises sleeping in a hps with the faint taste of fullers earth in your mouth :)
     
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    I love cheese in a tube. Take off the lid and just squeeze it in the mouth. I like tinned pilchards with tomatos sauce on toast too.
     
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    Herring roe on toast :approve:
     
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    Tinned mackerel with noodles and chilli sauce.
     
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    Pilchard curry :)
     
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    I've been Dairy intolerant ever since a cow stood on my foot.

    I know a few people who are gluten free and dairy intolerant but I've never understood what it means ??

    MickT
     
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    It means that dairy produce and gluten make them sick...
    Personally I am Chav and Ned intolerant:D
     
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    It means I don't produce the enzymes to digest milk products......there's a reason bairns cry with wind.......it hurts :( The irritated gut then reacts badly to gluten, another trigger which actually destroys the vili that line the gut, which triggers an immune response that sets off my rheumatoid arthritis.
    This time last year I could barely move, and that was despite 3,200mg of ibuprofen *daily*; this year with neither gluten or dairy in my diet I've been out every day. I've walked miles, I've worked in all weathers, been to three meets and I'm cutting willow all day tomorrow: I got my life back :D :red:

    cheers,
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    Hear Hear - Good man
    Salmon fishcakes & chicken supreme
     
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    quote...Money, meat and sky tv do not bring happiness..unquote

    Must show my wife this statement, three of the four loves in her life, the other is confectionery. [​IMG]
     
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    And Me - Love the stuff:D
     
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    :lmao: :lmao:
     
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    John Morrells make a Olive Loaf.(pressed ham and olives) available at all fine grocery stores.
    bothyman
    My youngest son has Celiac Disease which is just as Toddy described. You live a life with no products that contain any trace of Wheat,Barley or Rye.Tough but doable.Throw in lactose intolerance and life is really different.
    Jon R.
     
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    Off topic I know, but
    I just discovered one of my mates has an allergy to Clorophyll !

    He'll go into shock if he eats anything green, it could be worse though, at least rolling in the grass doesn't affect him to badly
     
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    It looks like I am also in the minority here too ! I love bacon grill, sausages in lard, in fact everything that is supposedly bad for you. I agree with John on this though a little of what you fancy does you good, and provided you are not eating it regularly but occasionaly as a once in a while treat then it ain't gonna be any worse than some of the high priced, over hyped so called organic muck that's pushed forward as "The Vital Ingredient to a Healthy meal". If shredded wheat contains nothing other than 100 percent wholegrain wheat, no wonder most folks can't stand it cos it tastes like eating raw straw which is what it is with no added salt or suger, yes that's why it tastes vile . Chocolate contains all the things supposedly bad for us and it tastes wonderful. To me if it's "healthy" then it's tasteless and not nice, but when it contains sugar or fat, and salt, and cream or any of the other so called nasties then it generally tastes wonderful. Soup is soup till you add a splash of full cream, full of fat and sugar, then it turns the soup into sex in a bowl.
    Of course this is only my humble opinion but it's my belief and I'm keeping it and your not having it so there!
     
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    AGREED :D :D

    rearrange these words in to a well know saying or phrase
    the head nail hit on the ;)
     
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    I was in a childrens home as a youngster and the "housemother" was a Scottish lady. Porridge with salt and if you were really unlucky lumps of porridge which broken open with a spoon revealed :eek: uncooked dry bits from lack of stirring properly. She retired and the new "Housemother" made stirred porridge with....brown sugar!!! Talk about 'hearts and minds' she invented it...:D :D
     
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    Porridge with salt and creamy milk :D The ultimate breakfast comfort food.......sweet :yuck: it's not a pudding :eek:

    How on Earth can someone make porridge with dry lumps in it :dunno: sounds gross :(

    Nowadays we're taught how evil salt is, and potatoes and the like have become so bland. Cooked with salt in the water the taste is all through them and they don't need anymore added, but instead folks shake it on like snow as it's not all through the food, so they use so much more.

    I'd rather have salt than sweet tbh, but I keep being told how bad it is for me.

    Ultimate bad for you but oh so good food.........Chip shop chips with real salt and that smell of hot vinegar :approve: I found one that made a veggieburger fritter :cool: ...........come to think of it, lots of things are good frittered, my Dad like corned beef ones....how come no one's raving about corned beef ??

    cheers,
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    Forgot about them :) corned beef is the best, if you dont slice a finger off trying to open it :eek:
     
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    :eek: EH! Now come on. . I won't have a bad word said about corned beef!
    Tis the stuff of wonders and I actually have a tin of John West's in front of me now.
    eat it cold on it's own or in a sarny, in a fritter or frittered between sliced potato or best of all in 20 minutes rattle with onions and sliced spud!!

    No no leave our bully alone!

    Kev
     

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