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  • onionmk
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    comfort foods? Cake and custard.. mmmmm

    tiggs121
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    ComFART or comFORT?

    Actually both the same – beans ,…lots of beans! Any type.

    dabble
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    Good old brussel sprouts, tried and tested from 29years of christmas dinners and the odd glorious occasion when we have them with sunday lunch. I think they’re just filled with air.
    Too many protein shakes as well, they are concentrated to the Nth degree and seep out.

    edit, though i don’t usually come when i fart.

    Premier Icon theotherjonv
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    Dried apple from the health food shop, preserved with sulphites. Copious and minging.

    edlong
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    Chicken Achari from Amaans in Morley. Undergoing a refit and opening under new ownership now-ish, I’ll report back on any important changes to the menu and its impact.

    Premier Icon theotherjonv
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    edit, though i don’t usually come when i fart

    Just saw this edit. Me neither – but the other way round……. 😳 .. But that was on another thread a few weeks back

    stumpy01
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    It would be quicker for me to list what ISN’T a comfart food, than what is!


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    Turns me into Johnny Fartpants.

    Keef
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    Pork scratching,so bad,but sooo good 😉

    loddrik
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    Stuffing. Any sort. Lovely going in. Vicious coming out, depending on your point of view.

    Premier Icon zippykona
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    Stuffing here as well.

    Adnam’s Broadside.

    Even half a pint can lead to some ferocious hip rippers. More than a pint or two and it’s in to some terrifying trouser trumpet moments!

    Premier Icon DezB
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    My guts are misbehaving just looking at the picture

    benslow
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    Any BITTER / PUB snack combo usually sets the CO2 detector off.

    Esp. Deuchars IPA and Nobbys dry roasted.

    Premier Icon hatter
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    My homemade corn beef hash will reliably end up producing the kind of gastric eruptions Stephen Hawking could test his theories on.

    In my student days I made the error of polishing off my veggie housemate’s lentil chilli. The results were so bad that I couldn’t go to lectures the next day.

    The aural volume, oily potency, and sheer unpredictability were like nothing I’ve experienced before or since, the fact I remember it 12 years later says it all really.

    warton
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    cauliflower
    Eggs

    Premier Icon AlexSimon
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    comfort – crumble+custard
    comfart – quorn

    ocrider
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    Cassoulet ticks both boxes

    Premier Icon Clobber
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    Jerusalem artichoke soup – This provided me with a near continuous stream of gas for approximately 25mins.

    Outstanding display!

    JonEdwards
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    Anything sweetcorn related. Comes out looking exactly the same as it went in, but at significantly higher velocity. I’m sure I’ve knocked chips of enamel out of the bowl before.

    Premier Icon wwaswas
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    “We’ll just take a load of these for camping as they’re very light”

    The tent was positively inflated at night.

    Premier Icon on and on
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    the other day I made a chilli but with cauliflower instead of rice (cutting out the carbs)

    I woke myself up three times by farting. They were so rotten I could taste them in the air.

    the gas session went on for 24 hours – the trip to work in the car want much fun either.

    I still have some chilli left in the fridge but I’m not sure it would have got any less stinky in the 3 days its been fermenting.

    boxfish
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    Coleslaw…PHHHHHFFFFFFRRRRRMMMMP!

    Premier Icon ir_bandito
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    cucumber for volume.
    eggs for smell.
    Dodgy real ale from a beer festival for both, with added follow-through

    PJM1974
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    *crackle*

    Clean up on isle number five, please.

    Premier Icon mrblobby
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    +1 for Beanfeast!!!! I’ve never had an experience quite like it before or since. The volume of wind produced was astonishing.

    Premier Icon bigblackshed
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    IBS. Guaranteed to turn reasonably safe foods into brass band noises. Flapjacks are the worst. I have been known to make born again Christians swear in the past.

    +1 for Quorn. Chap at work eats it wholesale. Thankfully it only produces noise not smell.

    Dartmoor brewery Jail Ale. Usually only drink it if im camping behind the pub in Princetown. Tent requires all the guy ropes secured with storm pegs! 🙂

    cheers_drive
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    Haribo (or a large quantity any sweets)

    bigG
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    Dahl,,,love it but by god it makes me trump

    lucien
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    As with bigG really, these and I tend to follow through 😳 😳

    nicko74
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    Comfart

    Look it up on Google, see if anyone else has any suggestions…

    For me, my Mum’s lentil stew, real ale (but the British, warm variety rather than the N American cold variety), and egg salad sandwiches

    Premier Icon binners
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    Pretty much anything really. Most of my waking hours I sound like a leaking bagpipe

    I’m presently cooking a chicken broth with pearl barley and lentils. I doubt that’s going to end well. I’ve put a canary in the front room so the kids know when to evacuate the area

    Turkey!

    Its a family thing and it makes Christmas Day tough going by early evening!

    JonEdwards
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    Oh yes – any SIS sport drink. Guaranteed to make you lap faster in a race, although you’ll probably be DQed for using reheat….

    rogerthecat
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    I’m a veggie, in a house full of veggies so pretty much everything, and they still won’t grant planning for a turbine!

    carlosg
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    Anything containing onions or onion powder , it’s not nice for me so it must nearly kill everyone else 😳

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