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    (Original post by emma.191)
    i fear you don't mean any savoury food product

    i make porridge and mix it with phili nearly every day

    and i can't get enough of baked beans or chocolate. hardly strange but i have an unhealthy obsession!
    Thats a good shout, might have to try it.

    Not only savoury, sweet things as well. Cheesecake for example. Grapes and apples go well with cheese, they're kind of sweet.
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    microwaved frosties/crunchynut/wheetabix
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    Kangeroo, emu, ostrich, buffalo, camel (both as steak and as jerky), crocodile...
    Jalebi (a type of Indian sweet - very syrupy)
    Rice pudding
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    (Original post by ameeso)
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    hi, thanks, its from lock stock

    (Original post by Darkostar)
    That sounds just :p: :yes:

    So trying that when I'm home
    How was it?

    (Original post by OiaB)
    YES! Good man.

    Although my flat mates refer to it as "Gash on toast" ¬¬
    haha thats exactly how I have it. I guess I'll have to call it that then
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    (Original post by abc101)
    I love tahini, but most people don't seem to know what it is or how to prepare it!
    I adore mushrooms and it seems a lot of people don't :s And brussels sprouts! And broccoli. And pickled red cabbage and pickled beetroot. And celery too.
    Ah Tahini ..
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    (Original post by a5d)
    hi, thanks, its from lock stock



    How was it?
    ...lol fail. oh yeah. when he crashes the car and yeah i know. great films
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    (Original post by FormerlyHistoryStudent)
    Kangeroo, emu, ostrich, buffalo, camel (both as steak and as jerky), crocodile...
    Jalebi (a type of Indian sweet - very syrupy)
    Rice pudding
    jalebi and rice pudding mmmmmm
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    these things, on toast :coma:

    nailed them when i went to Greece and then found out you can get them in tesco.. it made me jizz!
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    Sprouts haha.. most people I talk to call me a freak for liking sprouts..
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    Brown Cheese
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    Biltong from South Africa all my friends at school hated it. I absolutely love the stuff but not the supermarket stuff over here but the biltong from SA shops and if you can from SA itself whenever my Granddad comes over I get him to bring me some. You can get it in sticks as well which is just to die for.

    The same with boerewors no one liked it. Seriously I could live off biltong and boerewors quite easily.
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    licorice!!
    i don't know why most of my friends hate it
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    Why are so many people talking about cheese? Its cheese! Cheese!
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    I really like turmeric. Like, really like. But nobody knows because it would be wrong for me to overload other people's food with it ._.
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    peperami with strawberry petit filous is the YUM! :coma:
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    (Original post by psychocustard)
    Greek salad. And gyros, I'd give up vegetarianism for gyros... Oh, and baklava :coma:
    lol been 2 greece recently, and i swear i had those EVERYDAY!!! ummmmm. :p:
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    pickled cucumbers, mmmmmm
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    (Original post by Bubbles*de*Milo)
    Chocolate?
    You've never tried chocolate and cheese?

    Try grating chocolate over chips with melted cheese on top - I discovered it by accident, and wouldn't eat it on an average day but it's still yummy
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    (Original post by hungryhippo)
    lol been 2 greece recently, and i swear i had those EVERYDAY!!! ummmmm. :p:
    What are they? I had them in Rhodes 2 years ago but CANNOT remember what they are!
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    OP you stole my thread! I started one about this only a few weeks ago!
 
 
 
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