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Old 17-07-2013, 06:41   #136
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But if I limit myself only to local farms cooking would become rather boring...


There is nothing natural about anything we eat.



We do indeed evolve. And one of the nice examples is how we have evolved to be able to digest milk (at least in some populations)

It's evoluation. Some have that new gene; some do not. Lucky me -- i do! Boy that Ben and Jerry's was good last night!
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Old 17-07-2013, 06:43   #137
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Sorry mom.......centurIES

You didn't need to apologize for a couple of letters. You needed to acknowledge that your response started by significantly distorting what the other person said.

Sorry, son, but you missed it *again.*
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It's evoluation. Some have that new gene; some do not. Lucky me -- i do! Boy that Ben and Jerry's was good last night!
I wonder if you have the GMO digesting gene as well?

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Old 17-07-2013, 07:21   #139
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I looked over my shoulder and there was a jar of Mayo reading the thread with me and LIAO because you have all gotten so distracted.

But it stopped laughing when I twisted off its' head and stuck a knife in it a scooped out its brain and spread it on my white bread and then put some bacon and a slice of cheese on it!
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I looked over my shoulder and there was a jar of Mayo reading the thread with me and LIAO because you have all gotten so distracted.

But it stopped laughing when I twisted off its' head and stuck a knife in it a scooped out its brain and spread it on my white bread and then put some bacon and a slice of cheese on it!
Now I'm LMAO, that was really funny!
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White bread........that's what's wrong with you
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White bread........that's what's wrong with you
millions of French cant be wrong....
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millions of French cant be wrong....
What the French call white bread is not the ubiquitous American wonder glue!!!
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What the French call white bread is not the ubiquitous American wonder glue!!!
Ah yes of course, after 2 years of living in the US, I discovered they dont actually make or sell bread or anything properly recognisable as bread. what they do sell you are packages of childrens play-doh.

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White bread........that's what's wrong with you
There's nothing basically wrong with white bread. What is wrong is that white stuff called bread that has been messed with before it gets to you.

Interesting aside : there is no whole grain bread sold in the USA that has not been sweetened - YUK
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the ubiquitous American wonder glue!!!
helps keep everything together
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There's nothing basically wrong with white bread. What is wrong is that white stuff called bread that has been messed with before it gets to you.

Interesting aside : there is no whole grain bread sold in the USA that has not been sweetened - YUK
You're shopping in the wrong bakeries, or shopping at the grocery store. But by in large - correct.
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You're shopping in the wrong bakeries, or shopping at the grocery store. But by in large - correct.
By and large this is the reason I make my own when I've for the time
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By and large this is the reason I make my own when I've for the time
me too , any good ideas for keeping the weevils at bay , had to dump more flour yesterday !!
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I luv sourdough. Gonna start baking it myself. I already pretty old, what can it hurt?

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