Homemade spreadable butter

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Tompeters

Cat bugs

This is a fascinating thread...wonder where it'll end up? A discussion of Special Relativity, maybe? :)

Very important point raised by T'do and she's quite right.

http://www.vet.cornell.edu/fhc/brochures/zoonoticdisease.html

I know that posting links here is, on the whole, frowned on but maybe this is worth posting?

Noreen, if you feel the need to delete it I will understand.

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Biggles !

Saliva and cats......

Well, I have read that a cat's saliva can make a human more responsive/ receptive (female) to certain things .... but I'm not really convinced. We took 2 cats on board, they needed a new home. What do they like to eat? Food, was the answer. We found out they really liked roast beef in gravy but not tuna, well not for a couple of years. Cats did not like fish. Loved beef burgers and Chinese take aways, especially spare ribs. After a few years one of the cats discovered his love affair with tuna. I'd left a tin draining, in the sink, as one does in the UK. Took a phone call, as one does for a few minutes. Cat's arse up in the air and mouth and nose down in the sieve. OK, we are off out for supper ce soir. No fish left xxx

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SonyaK

Homemade spreadable butter

" Isn't the reason why we are often advised to not use palm oil because of the amount of rain forests that are being destroyed, that's a bad thing isn't it?"

It's an appalling thing and the planting of palms for oil is really damaging the environment. Not to mention leaving the Orangutangs with nowhere to live!

I try to avoid palm oil for those reasons, but I think lt's a health hazard too!!

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SonyaK

Correction

Orangutans (I think!)

 
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