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    Nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex_UK View Post
    That was a big fish! (Did you fry it with a hammer? )

    Donít think I have ever had turbot.
    Last time I was cutting the fish by myself using a hammer. I have succeeded but there was some fish on the ceiling 😋
    This time I have requested to be properly cut.
    Anyway the turbot is a delusios fish. But attention is needed if eating the skin.
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    Thank you Ivo - hope my little joke didnít offend! I will definitely try some turbot if both you and Justin are recommending.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex_UK View Post
    Thank you Ivo - hope my little joke didnít offend! I will definitely try some turbot if both you and Justin are recommending.
    Alex, you are welcome!
    You should try it and report back 😊
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    Water, flour, salt. Nothing else. As simple as it gets.

    From the sourdough culture I posted above.

    If you don't use commercial yeast you get:

    1) A much crunchier crust.
    2) No need to add oil.
    3) Improved texture.
    4) Better flavour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Water, flour, salt. Nothing else. As simple as it gets.

    From the sourdough culture I posted above.

    If you don't use commercial yeast you get:

    1) A much crunchier crust.
    2) No need to add oil.
    3) Improved texture.
    4) Better flavour.
    Outstanding!


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    Had to go for volume last night as I had worked through lunch!

    Homemade Chicken Pot Pie with the gubbins.

    Was pretty satisfying




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    both look excellent lads
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    Not as tasty looking as that pie chips and beans but...

    Green pesto, cherry Tom's and chicken pasta.. Was quite tasty
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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Water, flour, salt. Nothing else. As simple as it gets.

    From the sourdough culture I posted above.

    If you don't use commercial yeast you get:

    1) A much crunchier crust.
    2) No need to add oil.
    3) Improved texture.
    4) Better flavour.
    Mmmm a very nice looking loaf of bread.....I'll wager it tasted (past tense of course, I'd have eaten it all in one sitting) sublime...I hope it was spread with real butter...I wouldn't have put anything else on it....
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