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    Thanks, much appreciated. The biggest problem for me is that it has kicked my anxiety into overdrive. I feel really lost. I don't know to explain it and I know I sound silly. I'm a grown woman but she's all I have and I feel like that's being taken away from me now too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    Thanks, much appreciated. The biggest problem for me is that it has kicked my anxiety into overdrive. I feel really lost. I don't know to explain it and I know I sound silly. I'm a grown woman but she's all I have and I feel like that's being taken away from me now too.
    It doesn't sound silly at all and just because you're a grown woman it doesn't mean you aren't allowed to feel freaked out anxious... Anxiety is an awful horrible thing to have, especially when you're feeling alone. Hugest hugs

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    I am wondering what on earth a potato cake or potato scallop is and why I haven't heard of this thing considering I am the world's most prolific consumer of potato...

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    I am wondering what on earth a potato cake or potato scallop is and why I haven't heard of this thing considering I am the world's most prolific consumer of potato...
    A potato scallop is a thick slice of potato battered and deep fried. Maybe it's one of those polony / Devon / berlina things where it's called something different in different states?

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    I am wondering what on earth a potato cake or potato scallop is and why I haven't heard of this thing considering I am the world's most prolific consumer of potato...
    @harvs you have to get on that potato cake / scallop train! These perfect circles of deep fried goodness have gotten me through many a hangover. Especially the day after the night before when I've got no money except some loose change left over from drinks!

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    Now wanting a potato scallop.

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    You mean a hash brown? Or different?

    ETA must be different because it's not grated.

    WHY HAVEN'T I HEARD OF THIS BEFORE?

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    Yep definitely different. More salty than a hash brown. They sell them at every fish and chip shop in NSW - what's going on in SA?!

    ETA - seems they're called potato cakes, maybe you just don't frequent enough takeaway shops (or is it a milk bar? Deli?) http://m.heraldsun.com.au/leader/wes...a9b1e780963880
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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    You mean a hash brown? Or different?

    ETA must be different because it's not grated.

    WHY HAVEN'T I HEARD OF THIS BEFORE?
    Potato Cake maybe

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    Potato fritter in SA!


 

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