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    Re: Multibird Leftovers

    Rumour has it Al was spotted munching on a kebab around 7pm this evening.

    Standards Al ! Where have they gone ?
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    Re: Multibird Leftovers

    Au contraire TPC. In the absence of Mrs Bridges I was popping the mustard seeds in a slight variation of Fever’s brilliant curry recipe.

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    Re: Multibird Leftovers

    Just watched the Gavin and Stacey Christmas special - Gwen's favourite post-Christmas repast being a turkey omelette. (note: not tortilla.)

    I guess you could adapt that into a goose/pheasant omelette?

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    Re: Multibird Leftovers

    Believe it or not, even after the curry and game pie creations, there is still some goose/pheasant to use up. An omelette a la facon Stroudy is an excellent suggestion.

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    Re: Multibird Leftovers

    As a vegan I think you should do the right thing. Never ever cook a bird again. It was a living animal, with feelings and a family.

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    Re: Multibird Leftovers

    Do not vegetables feel pain when they are ruthlessly pulled up, dug up or cut off at the stalk ?

    When I was doing Rural Science many years ago the teacher regularly shouted out "Do not hurt that plant" as we were weeding with the dutch hoe. He did not seem to respect the feelings of the weeds though.

    Here to be enlightened.
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    Re: Multibird Leftovers

    Different type of feelings. Plants when damaged die without any expression nor pain due to the lack of nerves. Animals have a working brain, heart and blood system. It's not very nice you know

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    Re: Multibird Leftovers

    Jainism....some form of Buddhism I believe. They won't eat root vegetables for the aforementioned reason, Al.

    Here to help - and receive refraction points for going off topic..

    I'm eating like a vegan these days, so can't help. Give it to the dog and cook up a nice Chickpea and Cashew Tagine

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    Re: Multibird Leftovers

    Quote Originally Posted by Angus View Post
    Different type of feelings. Plants when damaged die without any expression nor pain due to the lack of nerves.
    So, when the common-'tater during a cup-tie shoot out describes a successful shot as a "nerveless penalty" does that make the taker fair game, even for vegans?

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    Re: Multibird Leftovers

    Quote Originally Posted by Grecian2K View Post
    So, when the common-'tater during a cup-tie shoot out describes a successful shot as a "nerveless penalty" does that make the taker fair game, even for vegans?

    Yes exactly that. It means hit that ball like you're picking the biggest carrot out. It requires strength and determination

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