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    After the success of discovering tuna was suprising tasty when fried I thought I'd try cornbeef.
    Now I should have realised the pourous nature of the beef and it completely absorbed all the fat

    HOWEVER! undaunted I tried to remove the excess fat with use of some wheetabix, however it was too damn fatty!!

    Then it struck me, I got 4 brand new dish clothes, put the fatty mushy cornbeef between them, wrapped it up into a ball and strained it under tap water until it possessed a severely reduced lipid content.

    Thus making it healthier than before!
    Yay! I cried! Fat free cornbeef.

    Could this be described as an epic win?

    What ways do you use to reduce the natural fat content of foods without those fancy lean mean grilling machine things?

    What other foods are suprisingly good fried?
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    your strange
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    If I don't want fat, I don't eat fried foods. Simples!
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    That so disgusting that I'm actually gagging quietly
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    Are you gonna bang doe?

    Where's the poll option for 'Not very much cool story, kiddo'??
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    (Original post by Fatal_Microbes)
    After the success of discovering tuna was suprising tasty when fried I thought I'd try cornbeef.
    Now I should have realised the pourous nature of the beef and it completely absorbed all the fat

    HOWEVER! undaunted I tried to remove the excess fat with use of some wheetabix, however it was too damn fatty!!

    Then it struck me, I got 4 brand new dish clothes, put the fatty mushy cornbeef between them, wrapped it up into a ball and strained it under tap water until it possessed a severely reduced lipid content.

    Thus making it healthier than before!
    Yay! I cried! Fat free cornbeef.

    Could this be described as an epic win?

    What ways do you use to reduce the natural fat content of foods without those fancy lean mean grilling machine things?

    What other foods are suprisingly good fried?
    :lolwut: Spam is good fried
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    Wow, youre awesome
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    haha wtf??
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    More importantly whats up with the poll ?
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    You really, really need to get laid.
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    Your post = 'Epic Fail'


    FML.


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    Very strange
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    I've heard deep fried mars bar tastes good.
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    That sounds disgusting.
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    Fried milk ... yummy
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    (Original post by bittersweet.poetry)
    I've heard deep fried mars bar tastes good.
    It does.
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    WHY would you try and remove excess fat with weetabix?? i dont understand at all :|
 
 
 
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