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Old 10-31-2013, 02:03 PM   #251
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I have never seen those little cubes of crushed garlic and red pepper! I would for sure buy some and keep on hand in the freezer - will have to look for them.
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Old 10-31-2013, 04:25 PM   #252
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Where did you get those dry rot cubey thingies from pray tell ?
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Old 10-31-2013, 04:32 PM   #253
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I have never seen those little cubes of crushed garlic and red pepper! I would for sure buy some and keep on hand in the freezer - will have to look for them.
try wallmart chezza.asda sell them over hear & asda are part of "the wallmart family" worth a try mate!.40 calibre has them in his freezer so they must be available your side of the pond hun.

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Where did you get those dry rot cubey thingies from pray tell ?
tesco! is there anywhere else? actually there is,sainsbury's & asda sell them too.last time i looked tesco had them on offer @ 50 shiny pennies a pop.which probably means not many peeps buy them,which in turn means they may be discontinued soon.time to fill ya boots(and freezer)methinks queenie!!you can get the cock soup there too!
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Old 10-31-2013, 11:12 PM   #254
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I have never seen those little cubes of crushed garlic and red pepper! I would for sure buy some and keep on hand in the freezer - will have to look for them.
I've seen them, I'm pretty sure it was at Trader Joe's.
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Old 10-31-2013, 11:25 PM   #255
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Thank you! I'll check there next time I'm down in the city. Kinda in a remote area here.
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Old 11-01-2013, 06:24 AM   #256
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I've seen them, I'm pretty sure it was at Trader Joe's.
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Thank you! I'll check there next time I'm down in the city. Kinda in a remote area here.
they really are excellent too!! they also do ginger & coriander(cilantro) both really good as well!
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The ginger and garlic pastes that I have found were full of yucky chemicals. I'd rather whiz up a batch in my Magic Bullet and freeze what I don't need right away.
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Old 11-01-2013, 11:17 AM   #258
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The ginger and garlic pastes that I have found were full of yucky chemicals. I'd rather whiz up a batch in my Magic Bullet and freeze what I don't need right away.
i know tax & half the time the actual veg it's meant to be is right down the bottom of the ingredients list.i wouldn't buy them either mate.the dorot's only have a bit of soybean oil,lemon juice & salt added,depending on which you buy.i guess they put those in to help them freeze/hold their colour well?
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i know tax & half the time the actual veg it's meant to be is right down the bottom of the ingredients list.i wouldn't buy them either mate.the dorot's only have a bit of soybean oil,lemon juice & salt added,depending on which you buy.i guess they put those in to help them freeze/hold their colour well?
I noticed that the Dorot's only had food (and salt). But, even that one would be a no-go for me. I'm not supposed to have any soy that isn't fermented. It's startling how much food has soy oil.
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I noticed that the Dorot's only had food (and salt). But, even that one would be a no-go for me. I'm not supposed to have any soy that isn't fermented. It's startling how much food has soy oil.
time to buy stocks in a soy processing company methinks!!
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