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  # 1759443 8-Apr-2017 12:23
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Cochineal is a red/pink dye and food colouring derived from the insect of the same name. It's making a comeback too because it's "natural" and therefore automatically and unquestionably safe and good for you - just like the venom of the blue ring octopus and botulism.


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  # 1759444 8-Apr-2017 12:28
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I'm all for nose to tail eating.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1759450 8-Apr-2017 13:01
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gehenna:

I'm all for nose to tail eating.


Yip, waste no part of the beaver.

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Luckily you can't buy "easter candy" in NZ.  Only chocolate and lollies.





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  # 1760248 10-Apr-2017 14:33
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PaulBags:
gehenna:

 

I'm all for nose to tail eating.

 


Yip, waste no part of the beaver.

 

 

 

Never been accused of doing so...! surprisedtongue-out






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  # 1760249 10-Apr-2017 14:34
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I don't suppose we should talk about what goes into some of the things marketed as "sausages"....






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