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    Feta is a brined curd sheep's milk, with up to 30% goat's milk, cheese. Feta is salted and cured in a brine solution (based on water or whey) for several months. Once dry, it is white, crumbles easily, and has a tangy, salty flavor that can range from mild to sharp.

    ???? This is what I found ^^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ana Gram View Post
    Can be sheep milk as well but is usually goat's milk in Australia.
    Normal feta is made of cows milk but you can also get goats milk feta

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    Can someone pm me what a "gunt" is!!?? (I'm thinking a cross between a gut and a something else??).

    Something I read in the letters to the editor section once that stands out:

    The suggestion that cars should be built with two petrol tanks (one on either side) so that when you were at the petrol station, you could use any bowser and not have to wait for one to become available on the right side.

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    Babycart - you're right about a gunt. Google can explain better in pictures

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    Babycart - you're right about a gunt. Google can explain better in pictures
    Yeah - no. The mental image is enough! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by babycart View Post
    Can someone pm me what a "gunt" is!!?? (I'm thinning a cross between a gut and a something else??).

    Something I read in the letters to the editor section once that stands out:

    The suggestion that cars should've built with two petrol tanks (one on either side) so that when you were at the petrol station, you could use any bowser and not have to wait for one to become available on the right side.
    google it.. I had to! I also had to google "motor boating".. LOL, thanks Uniquey

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    Just don't google Alaskan pipeline.

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    The difference between discrete and discreet.

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    I once agreed with a boyfriend that our relationship was "frivolous" and that we should break up

    I wish I had known what it meant at the time....I really liked him and he was really hot.

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    "I need someone to come out and remove this Old Geyser from our house, It's causing us a lot of trouble, the Geyser is just sitting there attracting Mice.
    My husband tried to remove it from the property but the old thing is to heavy!"
    OMG I just woke my sleeping child laughing at this!!!!


 

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