Fridge debate part three

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Bread in fridge or out

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  1. Sucky

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    <laugh>

    You truly are a deviant.

    I respect that.
     
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  2. Sucky

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    Im not entertaining that **** from @Welshie

    Ive already told him.
     
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  3. Welshie

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    Thanks Poll, mate <cheers>

    Nice to see youre paying attention
     
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  4. Sucky

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    Mornin bru
     
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  5. Welshie

    Welshie Chavcunt fanboy dickhead

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    Morning mate

    Hellish shift today, been asleep all ****in evening and wake up now ffs

    Barely could keep my eyes open during the Chelsea match

    Howd you get on?
     
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    Nice lil win for us and I'm not dying so all good mate:emoticon-0148-yes:

    What time is it where u at?
     
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    <laugh> nice m8

    1:30 not that late like. Im bein a drama queen
     
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  8. Libby

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    Have I missed some beef between Ern and Comm?
     
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  9. PINKIE

    PINKIE Hilda Ogden of not606

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    You might be a bit of an old fossil mate, but some of these old school ideas like keeping butter in dish at room temp are just basic life skills. <ok>

    It why generations like mine listen and respect our ancestors ways and pass them down to our own children.
     
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  10. Chief

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    Bit of a tip here, if you have left your butter in the fridge and need to use it straight away, use a potato peeler to cut yourself some nice slices that will soften quickly and be able to spread.

    Still only works on toast mind, or frozen bread, it wouldn't spread on soft bread.

    Cba posting pics though.
     
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  11. PINKIE

    PINKIE Hilda Ogden of not606

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    Or just don’t keep it in the fridge.
     
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    Of course you do, until you use it.

    Then it goes in the butter dish.

    You don't buy one pack of butter when you go shopping, surely? We buy at least two, one straight in the butter dish and the other goes in the fridge until it's its turn.
     
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  13. PINKIE

    PINKIE Hilda Ogden of not606

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    I buy two and keep them in the cupboard. That way you don’t need to start chipping bits of solid butter off.
     
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  14. brb

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    Only spread I use is olive spread. Probably due to me not liking cheese. Not saying I wouldn't eat butter if that is all that was on offer but I wouldn't buy it. Also olive spread keeps in the fridge and is easily spreadable straight from it. Always a spare one in the freezer compartment, generally get it out 24 hours before it's required (if frozen). As a kid, my parents would always buy margarine, probably something like Stork in them days. As a kid and as an adult, everyone would just eat whatever was available in the house. Thankfully don't have to fook about buying butter for one half of the family and olive spread for the other half. Any pastry bought is always the ready made stuff, so don't even need butter for that.
     
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  15. Commachio

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    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^missing Italy and that weird looking fella
     
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    James Martin would refuse to cook a meal for you then

    He keeps our Dairy industry going on his own
     
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