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Old 18.04.2015, 12:17
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Re: English Bacon

Strange - after all these years, plus a few in the States, I've actually, now, got used to streaky.


Coop, one time had English Bacon, and was labelled as such - but it was quite tasteless, too expensive and had a high water content, giving the usual white foam when cooked. Was always reduced to clear because of sitting on the shelf until sell by date. I don't think it's sold any more.
Ditto for Migros Le Shop, when it comes to taste and price.

Unfortunately, I'm just too geographically challenged to jump on your bandwagon.

However, if you ever got him to make proper traditional black pudding (not the limp dick stuff you get here), it would be a different matter.

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