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    (Original post by Matrix123)
    Ooh yes, they're amazing!

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    The sweets or the crumble?

    I think I'd prefer the crumble now, I'm not big on sweets anymore.
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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    I looove the smell of rhubarb and custard. Not had the sweets in a long time though so not sure if I still like them.

    My mum used to make amazing rhubarb crumble.


    I just love rhubarb crumble.
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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    The sweets or the crumble?

    I think I'd prefer the crumble now, I'm not big on sweets anymore.
    I agree, the crumble is better but I was saying they're both delicious :yep:

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    Isn't rhubarb just celery's crazy brother?
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    (Original post by homeland.lsw)
    Isn't rhubarb just celery's crazy brother?
    Hmmm...maybe but I don't like celery. I guess for me, the crazier the better

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    (Original post by homeland.lsw)
    Isn't rhubarb just celery's crazy brother?
    I've never tried it raw so have no idea if the texture is the same now I think about it. But sounds about right in terms of appearance.
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    Well clearly I have never had rhubarb...
    I remember trying rhubarb yoghurt once, but that's hardly rhubarb is it? I maybe had a crumble at some point in my life, but I'm not a big english desert eater so I doubt it.
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    I've never had rhubarb in my whole life.

    Is it nice?
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    (Original post by homeland.lsw)
    Well clearly I have never had rhubarb...
    I remember trying rhubarb yoghurt once, but that's hardly rhubarb is it? I maybe had a crumble at some point in my life, but I'm not a big english desert eater so I doubt it.
    Fair enough

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    (Original post by stefano865)
    I just love rhubarb crumble.
    Is there anything to do with rhubarb that you don't like?

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    (Original post by stefano865)
    Wine, Women and Rhubarb. My favourite things.


    So who else?

    It seems to divide opinion.

    Love it?

    Hate it?

    Serious answers plz.

    That's original to have rhubarb as a favorite thing ! Good choice :cool:
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    (Original post by Jenx301)
    I've never had rhubarb in my whole life.

    Is it nice?

    You have wasted your life so far.

    Still not too late.


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    (Original post by stefano865)
    Wine, Women and Rhubarb. My favourite things.


    So who else?

    It seems to divide opinion.

    Love it?

    Hate it?

    Serious answers plz.

    rhubarb is an interesting one as I have only come across sour rhubabrs. I like it in crumble form or with yoghurt but that is because of added sugar. sour rhubarb is a big dislike for me but if there is any naturally sweet ones, i may change my tube
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    (Original post by Matrix123)
    Is there anything to do with rhubarb that you don't like?

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    Nothing.
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    (Original post by mangala)
    sorry to break it to you mate but rhubard is a tory food!
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    (Original post by stefano865)
    Nothing.
    Haha thought not :lol:

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    (Original post by quasa)
    rhubarb is an interesting one as I have only come across sour rhubabrs. I like it in crumble form or with yoghurt but that is because of added sugar. sour rhubarb is a big dislike for me but if there is any naturally sweet ones, i may change my tube

    Brown sugar is a must.

    Although I do like it quite tart.
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    (Original post by stefano865)
    Brown sugar is a must.

    Although I do like it quite tart.
    Great advice!

    Haha you should create a rhubarb society and a thread to spread the greatest tips when it comes to rhubarb! :lol:

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    (Original post by Matrix123)
    Great advice!

    Haha you should create a rhubarb society and a thread to spread the greatest tips when it comes to rhubarb! :lol:

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    Yes.

    I actually should.
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    (Original post by stefano865)
    Yes.

    I actually should.
    Haha can't wait to see this!

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