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    Sounds lovely. On tomorrow's lunch menu...!!...

    Sounds lovely. On tomorrow's lunch menu...!! Roast loin of pork (loads of crackling), roast potatoes, apple and rosemary sauce, creamed leeks, orange glazed beetroot.Lovely!
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    I'll look forward to that!

    I'll look forward to that!
  3. Yes - roasted ratatouille! I chop aubergines...

    Yes - roasted ratatouille! I chop aubergines (eggplant) and courgettes (zucchini) into even sized chunks, salt them and leave for about 40 minutes. Chop large beef tomatoes into quarters, reed onions...
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    How long do you pressure cook them? And do you...

    How long do you pressure cook them? And do you use the resulting stock for soups?
  5. I found that - just made it sweeter but still...

    I found that - just made it sweeter but still gross!
  6. I find the same - in either mayo or toum, extra...

    I find the same - in either mayo or toum, extra virgin olive oil becomes incredibly bitter. I now use organic, non GM high oleic sunflower oil to make toum (and mayo) and it tastes fine. If I decide...
  7. Thread: Beans

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    I don't think needing to be soaked for 36 hours...

    I don't think needing to be soaked for 36 hours is a problem. The meat I eat has been hung for 28 days after slaughtering, the aged cheese I eat may have been ripening for about 6 months, cashew nuts...
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    Hi. Is plantain flour (available here in the UK...

    Hi. Is plantain flour (available here in the UK as fufu) the same ? I'm really keen to use some in pancakes and to see how it works in Clafouti, which used to be one of my favourite things. Fabulous...
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    That looks so good! I shall attempt to replicate...

    That looks so good! I shall attempt to replicate it!!
  10. Thread: Beans

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    I love beans - soaked for around 36 / 48 hours...

    I love beans - soaked for around 36 / 48 hours then rinsed and cooked until soft. (I usually use a pressure cooker for this - well soaked Chickpeas (garbanzo beans) take about 20 minutes.) Since...
  11. Thread: Pigs' feet

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    I've never done them to eat- but they make...

    I've never done them to eat- but they make awesome stock!!
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    Lots of figs on my fig tree - just waiting for...

    Lots of figs on my fig tree - just waiting for them to ripen. I think another few weeks - and I will be gorging on them. My favourite fruit...
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    Are tortillas easy to make with a press?

    Are tortillas easy to make with a press?
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    I think it would be fascinating.

    I think it would be fascinating.
  15. I use a pressure cooker for almost all of my bone...

    I use a pressure cooker for almost all of my bone broth and it is great. About 1 hour at pressure will produce ace broth, with good gelling. I use a slow cooker for bones too big to go in the...
  16. Thread: Potatoes

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    I've been making potatoes dauphinois lately -...

    I've been making potatoes dauphinois lately - they re-heat superbly and, presumably, have a much higher RS count 2cnd time around?
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    If you look at a post by Tatertot, the last line...

    If you look at a post by Tatertot, the last line is "visit my blog" and a link . It is this

    http://vegetablepharm.blogspot.co.uk
  18. Having found that Now beef gelatine can't be...

    Having found that Now beef gelatine can't be shipped by iHerb to the UK (probably something stupid to do with BSE in 1997) I've been looking at other sources of gelatine which are affordable and...
  19. I got it from Amazon.co.uk. Yesterday it was...

    I got it from Amazon.co.uk. Yesterday it was £14.42, sold by Purely Health. I see that today, someone else is selling it for £38.40. SO worth waiting for Purely Health to relist it....
  20. I've just found this make of beef gelatine ...

    I've just found this make of beef gelatine

    Beef Gelatin Powder - 1 lb.

    which claims to be organic... So I've bought a 1lb pack - less than half the cost of Great Lakes, here in the UK. Hope...
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    As a child, feather pillows / eiderdowns were...

    As a child, feather pillows / eiderdowns were linked to my asthma attacks and I have since avoided them... Perhaps it is time to give it another go! The feathers would have been very old of course,...
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    After lots of experimenting, bloating, cutting...

    After lots of experimenting, bloating, cutting back etc, I've settled on three heaped teaspoons in water, usually on an empty stomach in the morning with a probiotic (BioKult). Good results - better...
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    I like the sound of your filling! But for the...

    I like the sound of your filling! But for the dough, I like tis

    Mexico in my Kitchen: How to make Empanadas with corn dough / Cómo hacer empanadas de masa de maíz.|Authentic Mexican Recipes...
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    Liver has a fair amount of copper too - and lots...

    Liver has a fair amount of copper too - and lots of other good things
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    Here in the UK it can be quite hard to find...

    Here in the UK it can be quite hard to find really ripe peaches - they seem to get picked too early and stay sort of powdery rather than going beautifully soft, juicy and sweet (like the ones I can...
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