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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    Considering I basically never buy yoghurt, I never would have known if you hadn't told me. Thanks
    Speaking of yogurt, you lift don't you Sophie?

    Get yourself some Arla Skyr! Low calorie, high protein/low fat Icelandic yogurt. Our asda has just started stocking it and currently doing two for £2 on 450g pots.

    Angry Cucumber can vouch for the stuff (?)
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    Speaking of yogurt, you lift don't you Sophie?

    Get yourself some Arla Skyr! Low calorie, high protein/low fat Icelandic yogurt. Our asda has just started stocking it and currently doing two for £2 on 450g pots.

    Angry Cucumber can vouch for the stuff (?)
    Yeahhhhhh that stuff is awesome. Also sold in Tescos
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    Just realized the error I made in the title....is there anyway to change this?

    Anyways..gonna tidy the kitchen and get started on this curry.
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    (Original post by Angry cucumber)
    Yeahhhhhh that stuff is awesome. Also sold in Tescos
    I haven't actually eaten mine yet, probably gonna add some honey/fruit i'm not a massive fan of plain yogurt, especially the low fat variety.
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    I haven't actually eaten mine yet, probably gonna add some honey/fruit i'm not a massive fan of plain yogurt, especially the low fat variety.
    Its pretty good actually straight. You can get honey and fruit flavours of it, which are also good

    I eat quite a bit of quark and cottage cheese straight as well
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    Nasi Goreng
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    Loving the blog! I want to cook now... but what do I cook? See I have great ideas but usually making them a reality is what I lack. For university I will struggle so much, got any easy recipes that don't result in me burning down the house lol?
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    This looks good. :ahee:

    Do you bake? :curious:
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    Just realized the error I made in the title....is there anyway to change this?
    What do you want doing? I can fix it for you.
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    (Original post by Betelgeuse-)
    Nasi Goreng
    Nasi Goreng is my favourite dish ever. I find it really difficult to make from scratch. The last time I tried I really messed it up and had to bin it. I'll take this as the next formal request and I'll attempt to make this either tomorrow or thursday.

    (Original post by Rhythmical)
    Loving the blog! I want to cook now... but what do I cook? See I have great ideas but usually making them a reality is what I lack. For university I will struggle so much, got any easy recipes that don't result in me burning down the house lol?
    Yeah, I'll post up something really easy tomorrow that's cheap to make

    (Original post by moonkatt)
    What do you want doing? I can fix it for you.
    Could you change Hezzling to Hezzlington? That would be great, thanks moonkatt!
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    (Original post by hezzlington)

    Yeah, I'll post up something really easy tomorrow that's cheap to make
    Well I look forward to it Have you ever considered going on Dinner Date because you cook so well? Although I'm sure the show finished..
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    Could you change Hezzling to Hezzlington? That would be great, thanks moonkatt!
    Done
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    (Original post by undercxver)
    This looks good. :ahee:

    Do you bake? :curious:
    I don't know how to bake from scratch. I'm doing a pastry at the weekend if that counts.

    (Original post by moonkatt)
    Done
    Thank you
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    Why the hell do you spoil a steak in a sandwich? :lolwut:

    You only put low quality - or cheap - meat in a sandwich, like ham, bacon, chicken, or a quarter pounder.
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    (Original post by Josb)
    Why the hell do you spoil a steak in a sandwich? :lolwut:

    You only put low quality - or cheap - meat in a sandwich, like ham, bacon, chicken, or a quarter pounder.
    If Hezzlington wants to eat steak sandwich then Hezzlington will.
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    (Original post by chikane)
    If Hezzlington wants to eat steak sandwich then Hezzlington will.
    I am unfortunately not powerful enough to prevent him from doing that.
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    (Original post by Josb)
    Why the hell do you spoil a steak in a sandwich? :lolwut:

    You only put low quality - or cheap - meat in a sandwich, like ham, bacon, chicken, or a quarter pounder.
    This sirloin steak cost £3.

    I'll use Danish/British/Irish ham/beef in sandwiches.

    I'd never, ever put Japanese/South American beef in a sandwich.
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    I don't know how to bake from scratch. I'm doing a pastry at the weekend if that counts.
    Oooh that would be nice, I look forward to that.

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    (Original post by undercxver)
    Oooh that would be nice, I look forward to that.

    Subbing.
    Don't pretend you can cook
 
 
 
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