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    Quote Originally Posted by Langeveldt View Post
    Why would you do it though? If you think homemade is so much better, you are probably comparing it to Lidl 14 pence bread
    The key word is 'probably' here, you've obviously not tried home-made stuff
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero View Post
    The key word is 'probably' here, you've obviously not tried home-made stuff
    Ive tried more breads than I care to mention and the only thing I miss about the UK is Warburtons
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    Love homemade bread, but the trouble is tha unless you freeze it or need to eat an entire loaf you're ****ed. Goes off yay quickly because it doesn't have all the preservatives in store bought stuff does.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    Love homemade bread, but the trouble is tha unless you freeze it or need to eat an entire loaf you're ****ed. Goes off yay quickly because it doesn't have all the preservatives in store bought stuff does.
    True, but the in-store bought stuff is ****, and remains equally **** thanks to the preservative. The homemade is heaven for a day (mildly warm...yummy) and acceptable for the rest of the loaf. (Well, at least if you eat it within 3-4 days.)
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    Even if you don't eat in quickly and it goes past it's best I find it usually makes very good toast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goughy View Post
    Ive tried more breads than I care to mention and the only thing I miss about the UK is Warburtons
    Brown or white? Warburtons brown is ****e, IMO of course

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    Warburtons is better than Kingsmill imo, but not as good as Hovis. None of them are a patch on homemade though.

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    is a complete and utter ****ing joke. They'd better get it right on the soliciting charge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
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    Trio cleared of plot to murder crown witnesses | National Breaking News | News.com.au

    Lindstrom's fiance cleared of murder plot

    is a complete and utter ****ing joke. They'd better get it right on the soliciting charge.
    You seem to be taking a rather personal interest in this case. Or at least that is the impression I'm getting.
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    When it's over I'll probably have something more to say about it mate. It is personal.

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    Fair enough.

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    And not guilty on the soliciting to murder as well.

    Sick to my guts. Further proof never to under estimate the stupidity of the general public.

    Can't ****ing believe it

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    Problems with the TI's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Top_Cat View Post
    Problems with the TI's?
    Sorry mate, too furious to follow you

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    Overenthusiastic sprinklers

    Who would have thought that, while on holiday somewhere that hardly ever has more than the smallest trace of rain on any given day, I would end up with mud all the way up my leg? That was exactly what happened to me. ****ing daft.

    I stepped off the footpath to make room for people coming the other way. It's not like the grass will be wet or anything, I thought. Yeah...

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