I don't want to start a war but the way
I see it, I too am veggie despite eating lots of cow and sheep
(lamb or mutton), after all they have consumed lots of veg
themselves and that'll do me. However you can't really consume
them on their own and I have loads of veg with them. I love a
good selection of roasted veg on their own. Roasting really
concentrates the flavour. Carrots, swede, onion, parsnip,
beetroot, etc. The humble mangold wurzel is a bit thin on the
ground up here in t' north.
When I first moved to Kent, driving in
to Margate past acres of very wet cabbage, the smell would
have you running to the nearest kebab or burger shop to inhale
burning meat! If I put my mind to it I could probably eat less
meat but...lentils and tofu are a step too far! My wife has
left me with a cooker I don't know to operate and a kitchen
full of pots, pans and crockery plus a fridge, freezer and
pantry full of food and I'm not sure what is available to
me(that my care team can help me cook in 15 mins!) I'm slowly
working my way through the dozen tins of beans we had...
My 5 a day consists of an orange, a
banana and three pints of cider...
So, its taken both Simons many months to
admit to being veggies. It's a good job their not vegan or
they'd be banging on about it with every post...
😊Forgive me guys, I've not taken my
dinnertime meds yet.
Oh look, I'm off topic again. The main
reason for re-joining this thread is below:
I am a member of the Medium Wave Circle
) and there was a similar problem with downloading the club
mag from a OneDrive share IF the user had an active OneDrive
account themselves. The way round it was to copy a link into a
fresh browser tab and has which would then resolve correctly
and allow a download. I was wondering if anyone had
experienced a similar problem and has a solution. I have
shared part of my own OneDrive before without issue.
<main@SDR-Radio.groups.io> On Behalf Of Mag loop Simon
Sent: 15 August 2021 16:13
Subject: Re: [SDR-Radio] frustrating
I am a veggie, have been for 38 yrs.
All the more reason to move to Cornwall