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Re: Sorry Attila :-)

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____/ Homer on Tuesday 18 August 2009 22:56 : \____

> Verily I say unto thee, that Andrew Halliwell spake thusly:
>> Chris Ahlstrom <ahlstromc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> That wine goes good with liver.
>> And fava beans
> Or broad beans, as we call them in Brit-land.
> Don't like 'em - too bitter.
> Talking of beans, are there /really/ 57 varieties of haricot bean, and
> if so, then what's the point of using all 57 varieties in a dish if they
> all end up tasting like tomatoes? Do the disadvantages of all that sugar
> outweigh the benefits of all that fart-inducing fibre? Is it true that
> higher education students can actually live off baked beans toasties
> indefinitely, and only suffer minor brain damage?
> While the world doggedly pursues research into trivial matters such as a
> cure for cancer, understanding the nature of existence using quantum
> theory, and the search for extraterrestrial life, these important
> questions about baked beans remain unanswered.

What we need now is a Large Bean Baker (LBB) to simulate their origin. There
may be other beans out there.


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