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Author Topic: The Miracle of British Cows - Turning Grass Into Tasty Food  (Read 134 times)

Offline ChrisSmolinski

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While I don't eat British beef, I do eat quite a bit of English Cheddar. Yum.  For those of you with a nearby Aldi, they often have a nice selection of English Cheddar, as well as other cheeses from the UK.

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Re: The Miracle of British Cows - Turning Grass Into Tasty Food
« Reply #1 on: October 21, 2019, 2217 UTC »
"Behold the Power of Cheese!"
some tv commercial


"Congealed bovine discharge"
The Brain (from Pinky and the Brain)



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Re: The Miracle of British Cows - Turning Grass Into Tasty Food
« Reply #2 on: October 21, 2019, 2259 UTC »
If the tail only said "Kale", Vegan hipsters would be fighting to get into places like Golden Corral and Ryan's Steakhouse

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Re: The Miracle of British Cows - Turning Grass Into Tasty Food
« Reply #4 on: October 22, 2019, 1416 UTC »
He's no Kinky Friedman. Or Chinga Chavin. And he's definitely no Gene Tracy, the King of 70's country music.