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PostPosted: Sat Oct 27, 2012 9:21 pm 
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medoramas wrote:
I don't mean I like it. I could say that maybe two, three weeks ago. But now it's not that any more...

My average intake is 2 loafs of Soreen with plenty (very plenty!) of peanut butter. It's Friday, 11:30, I have already had one loaf. Before I had my 15 miles ride to work I had a bowl of pasta with peanut butter and Nutella.

Local co-op sales Soreen for 50p. I bought 8 last night. And two jars of peanut butter...

Where are the limits? :lol:

Have you got any addictions like that? 8)



Reading you loud and clear big boy - may I recommend smooth peanut butter on a rich tea biscuit or on any semi sweet biscuit...mmmmm


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 27, 2012 9:27 pm 
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Reading you loud and clear big boy - may I recommend smooth peanut butter on a rich tea biscuit or on any semi sweet biscuit...mmmmm


Will get reach teas tomorrow. I don't know, I just got that feeling that I will be cursing you after that... :-D


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 27, 2012 9:40 pm 
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medoramas wrote:
Retro Cat wrote:
Reading you loud and clear big boy - may I recommend smooth peanut butter on a rich tea biscuit or on any semi sweet biscuit...mmmmm


Will get reach teas tomorrow. I don't know, I just got that feeling that I will be cursing you after that... :-D


Your Rich Tea is the Aston Villa of the biscuit world dullness and mediocrity never ending. However invest in a star striker or midfield maestro like peanut butter or raspberry jam and your Rich Tea will become an attacking, dazzling premiership winning biscuit. Sort of.


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 28, 2012 2:01 pm 
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twain wrote:
crackers (cream crackers, jacobs or supermarket branded, not fussed)
i can eat a whole packet to myself, unaided by a drink, usually by the time i've dealt with my morning emails.
always liked them. cant get enough of them.
soreen - i like too, but cant eat a whole loaf to myself, let alone 8!
you have a problem :P

had a peanut M&M phase recently, but nothing has outlived my cracker obsession.


I knew a chap down in Folkstone who also loved cream crackers and could happily munch on them dry.He'd eat packets of the stuff,even the ultra dry cheaper than cardboard and a taste to match supermarket brands.
Scary :shock:


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 28, 2012 8:01 pm 
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Sorry guys buy I just love the Soreen banana version! I ate a full loaf in one hour and hooked ever since.


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Ian Raleigh wrote:
Sorry guys buy I just love the Soreen banana version! I ate a full loaf in one hour and hooked ever since.

5 Fruits one is delicious as well. :-D


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medoramas wrote:
Ian Raleigh wrote:
Sorry guys buy I just love the Soreen banana version! I ate a full loaf in one hour and hooked ever since.

5 Fruits one is delicious as well. :-D


Yes and that too and many others, if the supermarkets get them in that is !

http://www.soreen.com/our-products/


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 28, 2012 9:48 pm 
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Crunchy peanut butter in a stick of celery is the food of the gods


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Crunchy peanut butter in a stick of celery is the food of the gods


Celery..... Image

Now go and........Image

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Evil in its own right but slap a bit of peanut butter on and it is transformed into something new and magical. Go try some.


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