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    Some sausages can give you bad aids

    LHS
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    If you are interested do the research, I have been living without Dairy products for about 9 years now and have read many articles on the subject and had a lot of (admitedly sometimes conflicting) advice. For me, and for what I have read, it makes sense. For others it may not. There is no point being drawn into a debate, its all been discussed in journals online. Google is your friend if you are interested.

    weare138
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    Iceland Hoi Sin Chicken Christmas Trees :-p

    To answer the OP, no. Food isn’t a class issue. It can, at times, be a cost issue, but they are two different things.

    ncfenwick
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    Instant coffee
    Special Brew
    Cider
    Carling
    John Smiths Extra Smooth

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    Food isn’t a class issue. It can, at times, be a cost issue, but they are two different things.

    Actually it’s more a quality than a cost issue. Whilst foie gras and caviar might be pricey, plenty of very decent food is actually cheaper than some totally rubbish stuff.

    Cider

    That’s a pretty generic term for somebody being very specific about types of beer. I drink real ale and wouldn’t touch the beers you mention, yet also drink plenty of “real” cider.

    Some sausages can give you bad aids

    especially the chocolate coated pork ones

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    I generally cut out any food that has been processed in some form

    Doesn’t pretty much ALL food these days go through some kind of “process” in some form, unless you grow it yourself?

    Almond or Soy Milk

    And they are not “processed”? Do almonds have nipples?

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    The almond is a type of plum.

    not a lot of people know that.

    Food isn’t a class issue

    For some oiks, everything is a class issue and raising food is because either they’re too poor to afford it or so obsessed with their perceived position on the social ladder that they just haave to tell the rest of us how middle class they are becasue they just wouldn’t be seen dead a at a football match, in Lidl, drinking tap water, oh god some people just bore me so much, especially fat ones harping on about food

    The almond is a type of plum

    not a lot of people know that.
    Still don’t have nipples though, at least mine don’t

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    at least mine don’t

    my plums don’t have any nipples permanently attached to them either 😉

    thanks for mentioning it – saves me having to google for nipples and plums. 😳

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    You can get a milky liquid from my plums. I wont drink it, but not because of a class issue.

    mudshark
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    To answer the OP, no. Food isn’t a class issue. It can, at times, be a cost issue, but they are two different things.

    Convenience food is not cheap so people buy them for reasons other than price but some people would never buy that sort of thing – pot noodles or whatever. Class is an odd thing, we’ve got the whole range in our family.

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    😀 😀 @ yunki

    You can get a milky liquid from my plums. I wont drink it, but not because of a class issue.

    assuming it’s unprocessed, LHS might be interested – high protein content?

    IanMunro
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    I was going to write something, but have to keep scrolling back up to look at the chocolate covered crispy bacon and salivate.

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    Hedgehog does reputedly taste like chicken, but it obviously shrinks when you boil it

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    How do get the top off a hardboiled hedgehog then?

    Premier Icon maccruiskeen
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    Take the bottom off. Apparently hedgehogs have incredibly strong skin, when they get run over their innards get forced out through their fundament

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    I have to go through a process to get it? Not sure it’ll be of interest.

    kudos100
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    For some oiks, everything is a class issue and raising food is because either they’re too poor to afford it or so obsessed with their perceived position on the social ladder that they just haave to tell the rest of us how middle class they are becasue they just wouldn’t be seen dead a at a football match, in Lidl, drinking tap water, oh god some people just bore me so much, especially fat ones harping on about food

    Good post. LMAO @ food based on class. One of the daftest things I have heard for a while. Then again it is STW……

    LHS
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    And they are not “processed”?

    Nope, Almonds and Water.

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    I feel so dirrty!

    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_6GGDhHzKI[/video]

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    Quality advert.

    Food isn’t a class issue. It can, at times, be a cost issue, but they are two different things.

    Cucumber sandwiches with the crusts cut off?

    Cheap, but egalitarian?

    Kuco
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    “SingleTrackWorld – Where facts mean nothing unless you’ve made them up yourself”

    That make a good t-shirt slogan 🙂

    trail_rat
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    I wont tinned processed meat

    Frozens not an issue to me

    A colleague made spam curry for us when we were in africa – i looked in the pot and saw it and said wtf is that looks like spam ?

    It is spam

    I said where did you get that – brought it from the uk ……i mean wtf !!!!
    He ate alone at night we all went out .

    We were getting paid to buy food why in **** would you take spam !!!! I used to take down spices and noodle and tins of tuna and buy cheap frozen fish , mince and steaks ( the steaks were some of the best id had – frozen but out of argentina !!)

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    Don’t think there are any foods I wouldn’t eat – I’m happy to lower my standards where necessary (camping?) – but I’m quite unlikely to buy any frozen microwave meals, and even less likely to buy any form of tinned meat.

    I love those old Pot Noodle ads! I’ve been craving a Pot Noodle for a while now. Might buy one for lunch tomorrow… assuming the local Waitrose sells them!

    Actually I quite like the current ad to:
    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQSd6s4geA8[/video]

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    Not a class thing but another vote for andouillette……

    ……and anything which goes through this process if I can.

    Linky here

    grantway
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    Im still surprised People still buy Offal
    even more surprised that some restaurants specialised in Offal

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    Mmmmmm – speaking of offal – I’m looking forward to some haggis on Burns night… 👿

    Im still surprised People still buy Offal

    Why?

    yunki
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    Some sausages can give you bad aids

    some aids can give you a bad sausage..

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    I can’t believe people buy those 4 bird dinners from Aldi. At best it’s gonna be a duck / precinct pigeon* / starling / sparrow.

    4 bird roast is awesome, it has 4 birds.. I don’t care what they are.

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