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Salty Dog

Just wanted to be the 30th post in this thread… :lol:

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to_dave007
3 hours ago, Salty Dog said:

Just wanted to be the 30th post in this thread… :lol:

What?  This thread still has life in it.  It's an important subject.

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Davaoeno
1 hour ago, rizla said:

simpler to make your own bread.

mmmm  Personally I find it easier to walk into the store and walk out with a loaf  than making my own bread from scratch - whether using a machine or not l

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SkyMan
5 hours ago, Salty Dog said:

Just wanted to be the 30th post in this thread… :lol:

So what you're saying is if we go 29 posts on topic then we should send in the Admin.  :thumbsup:  Well done.

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rizla
24 minutes ago, Davaoeno said:

mmmm  Personally I find it easier to walk into the store and walk out with a loaf  than making my own bread from scratch - whether using a machine or not l

Home made bread even with a machine is far tastier than any shop bought stuff, of course that does depend on the flour used, but Rustan's stock a really good range of wholesome flours. The only drawback is that it doesn't last it goes hard in 2 days, okay for toast, but then again, we eat it well before it goes hard. 

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