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    store bought bread has a 5 day BB time. so if the date on the tag is less than 5 days from now its old bread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoRDS View Post
    store bought bread has a 5 day BB time. so if the date on the tag is less than 5 days from now its old bread.
    All the tags are colour coded too, as a former 'bread merchandiser' we used to pull anything with a tag 2 days old, then it was off to the pigs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skullcruncher View Post
    All the tags are colour coded too, as a former 'bread merchandiser' we used to pull anything with a tag 2 days old, then it was off to the pigs.
    that's the good thing about pigs, they'll eat almost anything

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinnertwin View Post
    that's the good thing about pigs, they'll eat almost anything
    not sure feeding them plastic tags is a good idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoRDS View Post
    not sure feeding them plastic tags is a good idea.
    or barstools

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinnertwin View Post
    or barstools
    Yet somehow it all gets eaten.

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    aarnots BBQ shapes have http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Worcestershire_sauce

    in them which means they are not good for vegans or vegetarians.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoRDS View Post
    aarnots BBQ shapes have http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Worcestershire_sauce

    in them which means they are not good for vegans or vegetarians.
    I wouldn't of thought BBQ anything is any good for a vegan of vegetarian :\

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mythirax View Post
    Yet somehow it all gets eaten.
    amazing how they do that, isn't it?

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    I've seen these Buddhist run vegetarian restaurants in China and Malaysia, where they have faux-meat products made from tofu etc. Tastes pretty darn close to real meat, but... I wonder if just eating real meat might be healthier than chowing down on tofu laden with all sorts of artificial flavouring and colouring to approximate the taste of meat. I guess their target market are former-meat eaters who've switched to veg because they morally object to eating animals; but from a nutrition POV I don't think it's much better (arguably worse) than eating proper meat.

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