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CH wrote:It works the other way around, too... Finns asking for where they can find real bread in whatever country they are (read: "rye bread, like we have at home").
I found a source. And a sauna. Need to get an excuse to go to London though.
"By the pricking of my thumbs,
Something wicked this way comes."
Re: Finnish bacon supplier
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The holy grail has been found! As much as I would love to tell you all about a wonderful family owned artisan butchers hidden away in the misty alleys of Turku's old town those capitalist pigs at citymarket are to thank. Streaky bacon about 4mm thick, tasted good too!
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Personally, I think the thin bacon is awesome! It can't help going crispy