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I know it's my own fault blah blah but..............
I'm doing the teas and one wants egg on toast,easy av some of that,next wants a bacon sandwich,simple enough and the "i've got three months off till i go to sixth form" one suggests she would like a bacon salad ffs So daddy knob head does as he is commanded and finishes it off with some grated cheese,mayo and black pepper and a touch of oil and serves it to lady teenager.
Now as she is getting it down her neck she says "i should have been a chef" no not me her ffs yes really!!!How do you work that out i ask her,well i asked for a bacon salad and it's briliant.What logic is that :shock:
What happened to the "one" tea for all we got when we were kids anyway?Soft ******* us parents nowadays :lol:

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its your own fault, serve em bread and dripping.

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its your own fault, serve em bread and dripping.


AND dripping?!!, am yow a member of the Islington set?

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its your own fault, serve em bread and dripping.


AND dripping?!!, am yow a member of the Islington set?


posh ay we!

or as we say at work, connoisseurs we bay.

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My dear old Nan used to love bread dipped in beef dripping, and I recall it being quite a treat as a kid. She also said brains on toast were lovely. Not for me.

Also, I've never tried tripe and onions, chitlings, or pigs trotters....or sweet bread.

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Soggy bread? Minging!


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Soggy bread? Minging!


Stale Bread soaked in Milk as a kind of porridge was not unusual during my Yute. I use the same nowadays to bulk out the food for my 7 dogs, but I wouldn't want to eat it myself. :lol:

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Soggy bread? Minging!


Stale Bread soaked in Milk as a kind of porridge was not unusual during my Yute. I use the same nowadays to bulk out the food for my 7 dogs, but I wouldn't want to eat it myself. :lol:


Stale bread or stale solbakken??No choice really :lol:

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I have been dairy free for over a week now on the advice of a Doc, gotta goo for a month. I am fookin amazed at how much stuff has milk in it when you wouldn't expect it, like Egg Noodles?

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I have been dairy free for over a week now on the advice of a Doc, gotta goo for a month. I am fookin amazed at how much stuff has milk in it when you wouldn't expect it, like Egg Noodles?


Does that mean you're going to stop milking it on here too? :wink:

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I have been dairy free for over a week now on the advice of a Doc, gotta goo for a month. I am fookin amazed at how much stuff has milk in it when you wouldn't expect it, like Egg Noodles?


Does that mean you're going to stop milking it on here too? :wink:


Fook me old pal I have never had the milk of human kindness off here let alone the support of me lactose intolerant bredren!

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Rozza wrote:
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I have been dairy free for over a week now on the advice of a Doc, gotta goo for a month. I am fookin amazed at how much stuff has milk in it when you wouldn't expect it, like Egg Noodles?


Does that mean you're going to stop milking it on here too? :wink:


Fook me old pal I have never had the milk of human kindness off here let alone the support of me lactose intolerant bredren!


What's up, it cor be gout, as yowm on Alluprinol? Or did you just go to a Wake, and eat way too many cheese sarnies?

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What's up, it cor be gout, as yowm on Alluprinol? Or did you just go to a Wake, and eat way too many cheese sarnies?

I have had a problem with my throat, sinuses, etc for decades now. Seen many specialists, had many sprays and treatmentsm douches and steroids all to no avail.Prior to a final try at surgery the last one said to go dairy free for a month, which I am doing, and to be fair it is having some positive effect?

I have discovered a lactose free cheddar at Sainsburys which is absolutely fookin gorgeous so some good has come out on it.

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What's up, it cor be gout, as yowm on Alluprinol? Or did you just go to a Wake, and eat way too many cheese sarnies?

I have had a problem with my throat, sinuses, etc for decades now. Seen many specialists, had many sprays and treatmentsm douches and steroids all to no avail.Prior to a final try at surgery the last one said to go dairy free for a month, which I am doing, and to be fair it is having some positive effect?

I have discovered a lactose free cheddar at Sainsburys which is absolutely fookin gorgeous so some good has come out on it.

Humans (as far as I know) are the only species that regularly use the milk of other animals....I use soya milk but then as I'm off to the Phuket Veggie Festival again(October) what do I understand of such doings!

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Soggy bread? Minging!


Stale Bread soaked in Milk as a kind of porridge was not unusual during my Yute. I use the same nowadays to bulk out the food for my 7 dogs, but I wouldn't want to eat it myself. :lol:


Bloody Hell - "pobs" with a bit of sugar! I'd forgotten they ever existed. I'll give them a try for old time's sake.

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lucca wolf wrote:
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What's up, it cor be gout, as yowm on Alluprinol? Or did you just go to a Wake, and eat way too many cheese sarnies?

I have had a problem with my throat, sinuses, etc for decades now. Seen many specialists, had many sprays and treatmentsm douches and steroids all to no avail.Prior to a final try at surgery the last one said to go dairy free for a month, which I am doing, and to be fair it is having some positive effect?

I have discovered a lactose free cheddar at Sainsburys which is absolutely fookin gorgeous so some good has come out on it.

Humans (as far as I know) are the only species that regularly use the milk of other animals....I use soya milk but then as I'm off to the Phuket Veggie Festival again(October) what do I understand of such doings!


What about the Cuckoo?

Mind you, I do have shit for brains and may be mistaking me breasts for me nests.

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What's up, it cor be gout, as yowm on Alluprinol? Or did you just go to a Wake, and eat way too many cheese sarnies?

I have had a problem with my throat, sinuses, etc for decades now. Seen many specialists, had many sprays and treatmentsm douches and steroids all to no avail.Prior to a final try at surgery the last one said to go dairy free for a month, which I am doing, and to be fair it is having some positive effect?

I have discovered a lactose free cheddar at Sainsburys which is absolutely fookin gorgeous so some good has come out on it.

Humans (as far as I know) are the only species that regularly use the milk of other animals....I use soya milk but then as I'm off to the Phuket Veggie Festival again(October) what do I understand of such doings!


What about the Cuckoo?

Mind you, I do have shit for brains and may be mistaking me breasts for me nests.

'Though its not my usual habit I must go and milk the rabbit.....'.....the one and only (thankfully) Arthur Askey.

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What's up, it cor be gout, as yowm on Alluprinol? Or did you just go to a Wake, and eat way too many cheese sarnies?

I have had a problem with my throat, sinuses, etc for decades now. Seen many specialists, had many sprays and treatmentsm douches and steroids all to no avail.Prior to a final try at surgery the last one said to go dairy free for a month, which I am doing, and to be fair it is having some positive effect?

I have discovered a lactose free cheddar at Sainsburys which is absolutely fookin gorgeous so some good has come out on it.


I love cheese, what is it?

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What's up, it cor be gout, as yowm on Alluprinol? Or did you just go to a Wake, and eat way too many cheese sarnies?

I have had a problem with my throat, sinuses, etc for decades now. Seen many specialists, had many sprays and treatmentsm douches and steroids all to no avail.Prior to a final try at surgery the last one said to go dairy free for a month, which I am doing, and to be fair it is having some positive effect?

I have discovered a lactose free cheddar at Sainsburys which is absolutely fookin gorgeous so some good has come out on it.


I love cheese, what is it?


Arla, Lacto Free mature cheddar. £1.80 a goo.

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What's up, it cor be gout, as yowm on Alluprinol? Or did you just go to a Wake, and eat way too many cheese sarnies?

I have had a problem with my throat, sinuses, etc for decades now. Seen many specialists, had many sprays and treatmentsm douches and steroids all to no avail.Prior to a final try at surgery the last one said to go dairy free for a month, which I am doing, and to be fair it is having some positive effect?

I have discovered a lactose free cheddar at Sainsburys which is absolutely fookin gorgeous so some good has come out on it.


I love cheese, what is it?


Arla, Lacto Free mature cheddar. £1.80 a goo.


OK, so I have learnt something today, lactose is a sugar produced in milk and other dairy products, so do you have some form of diabetes?

Any road, I need to pop down Waitrose to stock up on Cherrygood, so I shall pick up some of this Aria and see what it's like.

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Arla, Lacto Free mature cheddar. £1.80 a goo.


OK, so I have learnt something today, lactose is a sugar produced in milk and other dairy products, so do you have some form of diabetes?

Any road, I need to pop down Waitrose to stock up on Cherrygood, so I shall pick up some of this Aria and see what it's like.


Some folk's systems cannot tolerate Lactose, Gluten etc. hence they call it an Intolerance. It doesn't mean that you're diabetic. I don't know about the NHS, but in Russia for example, you could go and get a whole range of ALLERGY tests done to find out what your system can and won't tolerate.

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Some folk's systems cannot tolerate Lactose, Gluten etc. hence they call it an Intolerance. It doesn't mean that you're diabetic. I don't know about the NHS, but in Russia for example, you could go and get a whole range of ALLERGY tests done to find out what your system can and won't tolerate.


Thankfully, I'm not allergic to grapes, hops, wheat, barley, yeast, and water. I'd be suicidal. Add vadge to the list.

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Some folk's systems cannot tolerate Lactose, Gluten etc. hence they call it an Intolerance. It doesn't mean that you're diabetic. I don't know about the NHS, but in Russia for example, you could go and get a whole range of ALLERGY tests done to find out what your system can and won't tolerate.


Thankfully, I'm not allergic to grapes, hops, wheat, barley, yeast, and water. I'd be suicidal. Add vadge to the list.


I am on my second week and am fookin gobsmacked by the number of things I have found that contain milk, Toffee Popcorn, salt and vinegar crisps, egg noodles and chicken gravy granules :shock:
Why put Milk in fookin gravy?

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Crackers,some deli meats,Energy bars to name a few more rozza.Also it is found in cosmetic products so be careful when you are pampering yourself you big girl and don't eat the soap either cos it is in there too. :shock:

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Ar. Yow doe put gravy in yer tay. Cows have a lot to answer for.

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Crackers,some deli meats,Energy bars to name a few more rozza.Also it is found in cosmetic products so be careful when you are pampering yourself you big girl and don't eat the soap either cos it is in there too. :shock:


Mayonnaise an all? Rick Stein or Jamie doe put Milk in their Mayo? There ay no milk in Gills sausage thank fuck!

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There ay no milk in Gills sausage thank fuck!


There ay no meat in em n'all. You should try the Black Farmer sausages. About 94% pork, and when you get them out of the oven, there's just a scorch mark of fat, not a puddle of the stuff.

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There ay no milk in Gills sausage thank fuck!


There ay no meat in em n'all. You should try the Black Farmer sausages. About 94% pork, and when you get them out of the oven, there's just a scorch mark of fat, not a puddle of the stuff.


Don't be silly Rozza won't be buying sausages from him!!!He may follow him for a while,pull him up saying he was driving his tractor erratically and then do a full body search to find some skunk in his overalls.Job done. :lol:

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There ay no milk in Gills sausage thank fuck!


There ay no meat in em n'all. You should try the Black Farmer sausages. About 94% pork, and when you get them out of the oven, there's just a scorch mark of fat, not a puddle of the stuff.


Don't be silly Rozza won't be buying sausages from him!!!He may follow him for a while,pull him up saying he was driving his tractor erratically and then do a full body search to find some skunk in his overalls.Job done. :lol:


Aye, aye! :lol:

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My dear old Nan used to love bread dipped in beef dripping, and I recall it being quite a treat as a kid. She also said brains on toast were lovely. Not for me.

Also, I've never tried tripe and onions, chitlings, or pigs trotters....or sweet bread.




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