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    Dutch Licorice, salt, triple salt, sweet, all of it!

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    Default Your favourite not-so-well-known treat?

    Hot chips, fried rice and curry sauce (Irish people will understand).... sooooo delish 😋

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    Coconut curls. I think they're roasted, they're with the dried fruit at the supermarket. So bad for you but so so yummy! And weis sorbet, berry or lemon - dairy free and super addictive.

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    I like to cut the outside of the stem off broccoli so I end up with a neat square of broccoli stem. Then put a little bit of salt on it and eat it raw

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    I don't know what it's called but at our local Asian grocer it looks like some kind of bean jelly then you put coconut milk on top OMG so yummy! It's similar to sago but not :/ lol
    sago? I love that!

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    My dad taught me this when I was little and its so bad but oh so good. A slice of really fresh white bread covered in what ever jam you like - raspberry for me. Then you pour cream all over it and eat. Delicious!!!!!!!!
    Try it on toast. My ex used to do this with toast, butter, jam and natural yogurt!!!! So good!

    I love cold pressed coconut oil. One teaspoon straight out of the jar. So good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    sago? I love that!
    I'd never heard of sago until I spent time in hospital (almost a month) during/after my pregnancy with DS. It was on the hospital menu as a dessert.

    I made sure I ticked the box for 'creamy sago' every time it was on offer

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    Cooked rice, fried egg with runny yolk & kechap manis.....


    Yummmm!!!

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    Ooooo and toast with lemon curd and nutella mmmm...

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    Default Your favourite not-so-well-known treat?

    Cornflakes with tinned Peaches and cream drizzled over the top-for breakfast!

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    Oh my, wherever did you find Hob Nobs??

    My not-so-well-known treat is peanut butter and honey on fresh bread. I prefer it mixed in together (a spoon of peanut butter, a squeeze of honey) and spread on the bread, but I also love a layer of peanut butter, honey on top, then another slice of bread so the bread touching the honey gets a little crunchy from soaking up the honey ...

    Also, Hostess cupcakes. An American treat that I may never be able to eat again!

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