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Making things go further

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3 Apr
9:14am, 3 Apr 2020
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Little Nemo
Good tips JenL :-)

I've got weeks ahead to experiment with different options!
11 Apr
11:02am, 11 Apr 2020
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Elsie Too
Morrison’s essentials boxes are our life saver at the moment.
This is our second so far



Both had that big bag of onions so i’m going to be hunting out a recipe for onion soup
11 Apr
11:27am, 11 Apr 2020
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JenL
Cheese and onion toasties? Bhajis? Onion sauce (you can freeze it). Onion rings, if you have the means to deep-fry. Use them in place of leek in soups. Quiche, if you have eggs. Onion bread is also good.
11 Apr
1:26pm, 11 Apr 2020
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Elsie Too
Cheese and onion toastie has been consumed!!

I’m definitely going to try making french onion soup
11 Apr
6:29pm, 11 Apr 2020
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Dr PhFleecyD
Onion tart is delicious, uses up millions of onions, best made with squidgy Italian cheese but you could improvise
11 Apr
6:30pm, 11 Apr 2020
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Dr PhFleecyD
I just have our excess onions to the neighbour. And a swede. Because there’s no way to cook a swede to make it taste good.
11 Apr
6:34pm, 11 Apr 2020
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Little Nemo
It's nice in a stew but it's not really the weather :-)
11 Apr
9:47pm, 11 Apr 2020
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Fizz :-)
WW likes his swede mashed with lots of pepper. I prefer mine directly in the compost bin.
11 Apr
10:04pm, 11 Apr 2020
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Dr PhFleecyD
Yeah mashed swede is pretty bloody horrible. Possibly the only vegetable I don’t like!
11 Apr
10:18pm, 11 Apr 2020
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Fizz :-)
My mum used to mash carrots, swede and parsnip all together to try to maximise our veg count . . .

Ugh.

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