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2 minutes ago, King Coconut said:

And if you can, grow them! It makes them greater. 

Agreed! I'm so used to shop-bought stuff pissing out water as soon as you show it a picture of fire. I mentioned my spinach earlier; we're so accustomed to wheelbarrowloads wilting away to nothing in the pan, but the first time I cooked up a batch of mine, it didn't go anywhere! Just a plateful of scrummy ironny green goodness.

I've never got on with Quorn - it always left me gassy - but Sainsburys shroomdogs are great. I've not had one in a year, but I remember Iceland's No-Bull burgers being spectacular.

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Homegrown aubergines and tomatoes are just completely different to shop ones.  And tomatoes are piss easy to grow.

 Our veg patch has been blighted by ants this year - they eat the seed out of the ground before it can germinate.  So no parsnips for me next winter. :(

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Apologies, I believe this was asked in the old thread. 

 

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Picked up some of these to use in Fajitas but the instructions say they need to be heated in about 300ml of sauce. Are they gonna be awful if I roast them dry in the oven? Any tips? 

Cheers. 

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3 minutes ago, Silky Kisser said:

Apologies, I believe this was asked in the old thread. 

 

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Picked up some of these to use in Fajitas but the instructions say they need to be heated in about 300ml of sauce. Are they gonna be awful if I roast them dry in the oven? Any tips? 

Cheers. 

I normally just whack these in a wok with some oil and cook them through. I assume you'll be doing some seasoned veggies? If so, cook them until they start to go a bit soft (you can poke a knife through) and then add them to the veg and let cook.

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Cheers. 

Yeah was gonna fry up some onion and peppers to go with so I guess I'll just throw everything in the pan and heat them that way. 

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2 minutes ago, Silky Kisser said:

Cheers. 

Yeah was gonna fry up some onion and peppers to go with so I guess I'll just throw everything in the pan and heat them that way. 

That's what I normally do with these for fajitas (with some seasoning) and it works really well, you'll be grand. 

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Just had these and they were quite nice. Bit soy/pea-y and dry but then these sorts of things usually are but we'll worth the £1 I paid. Would eat again.

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