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melv16 | 20:38 Sun 09th Aug 2020 | Food & Drink
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... coconut oil to gherkins, oysters and olives makes it easier to get them in the bin:-)

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LOL. And cuts out the middle man.
I like all of them :-)
yes but not all together
No, not together :-)
Keep the rest, I'll stick to a simple gherkin.
Don't think I would fancy coconut oil but definitely fancy olives, gherkins and oysters. Not together, of course.
I think I'll have the gherkout.
Sounds like a new dance craze Mr.AV.
It does doesn't it.
I have never eaten oysters in England, only in France. Unless you live near an oyster bar I don't know where you would get them here.
Oysters and Guinness, absolutely divine. Got treated to that once in a bar when working in Belfast.
Jack, I can remember 3 oysters for 2/6d from stalls on Blackpool prom, dad had two and one for me.
Agree with that, Captain.
You can get them from the fish counter in the supermarket.
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Oysters taste like the sea, yes, the Humber estuary:-)
Sounds lovely. I'd probably pair your meal with a lovely glass of Castrol GTX.
I shall just have the gherkins and leave the rest.
Can anyone explain oysters .. you tip them into your mouth and swallow them ?
Do you do that because they taste bad, because I am sure as hell you dont sink your teeth into them and chew them. Where does the divine bit arrive when you have just swallowed something you dont get to taste ?
You do chew them.
nothing wrong with any of those.

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