Do you trust the food you eat?

WashYourHands

Well-known member
Prefer the super-8 Jarman shorts. In the Shadow of the Sun and Sulphur are experiences and a half, slowed to 1/6th frame speeds, so that something hidden reveals itself. You can see the influences on Coil, Cyclobe, Unica Zurn et al. Plus the set design work on The Devils. Seminal.

Re orig subject, anyone here grow chillis? My brother does and is using increasingly hardcore beasts, constantly raving about cuttings. Blend into sauces, freeze, sorted. Add olive oil, garlic, citrus, anything really. Spring onions are a big hit too. So adaptable. Add to carrots, celery, onions and/or leeks and you have the foundations for dozens of varied meals. Saves about a fifth on our food budget annually, overall.

I’d pretty much eliminated high nitrite bacon from our diets, then a nearby farmer offered organic, ethically sourced cuts. So, so good and isn’t pumped full of water and shit. One blt a week as a treat in the last month.
 

Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
I’d pretty much eliminated high nitrite bacon from our diets, then a nearby farmer offered organic, ethically sourced cuts. So, so good and isn’t pumped full of water and shit. One blt a week as a treat in the last month.
Oh yeah, we've got a proper local butcher and their bacon is something else. The difference between that and even the "Bestest Ever Because You're Worth It" range of bacon from supermarkets (even Waitrose/M&S) is palpable. Just so much better. I'm sure the fact that it's cut so thickly is as important as the quality of the meat itself. That and, as you say, the fact it isn't bulked out with water. Why that's even legal, I don't know.
 

mWttrs2

New member
I usually buy homemade fruits, vegetables and dairy. I take care of what I eat and try to eat only healthy foods (no fast food):)😄
 
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