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  • Sourdough toast, made with milk & granary flour served with marmalade
  • Premier Icon igm
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    I’m sure there are better things in life, but not many, and not by much.

    Thank you to the folks on here for the sourdough thread and a reminder to concentrate on the simple things.

    Premier Icon grum
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    Sourdough toast with raw cultured butter and a little crunchy salt for me 🙂

    Premier Icon Nobeerinthefridge
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    It’s amazing stuff, Mrs nobeer makes the most awesome smoky homemade beans, atop toasted sourdough and covered in a good strong grated cheese is tremendous.

    I’m amazed at just how easy sourdough is to actually make.

    Premier Icon johnners
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    Come on STW, you can’t let the one-upping stop there. There must be someone who mines their own salt or produces it by evaporating artisan sea water.

    Premier Icon Rubber_Buccaneer
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    There must be someone who mines their own salt or produces it by evaporating artisan sea water.

    I chip it from the top tube of my turbo bike

    Premier Icon Malvern Rider
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    Argh. The only thing worse than recommending overpriced ‘artisan‘ virtue-signaling hipster rubbish…

    … is extolling the taste of delicious traditional home-cooked food 😉

    Source: internet fora.

    Premier Icon TooTall
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    No butter? Ugh, throw it away.

    Marmalade needs specifics. Bitter? Yes. Sweet, NO!

    Also, toast allowed to cool enough so butter doesn’t turn into a salty lake.

    Premier Icon igm
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    Marmalade produced by a small local company owned by the parents of a lass in my son’s year at school.

    Sweet and bitter I’d say, but possibly tending towards a citrusy bitterness.

    No butter.

    If I have butter, it’s on bread not toast (see salty lake comment). Personal choice, I can see others would differ.

    Premier Icon davy-g
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    LIDL thin cut marmalade is the best of the bunch…..I love it on my cooled sourdough buttered toast in the mornings, or afternoons or evenings or anytime I fancy a slice…. 🙂

    Premier Icon stumpy01
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    It was going ok until you said marmalade, which is hateful stuff and should be banned…

    Premier Icon teadrinker
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    this thread requires pictures please

    Premier Icon igm
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    Pot of marmite for Mr Stumpy please.
    😉

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