Gardener or maybe the ahem, milkman.
Frothy milk, but needs to be organic goat’s milk used on the day of milking.
You should try some warm foaming fresh camels milk in a rusty bucket…it was difficult to refuse when I visited a camel farm in Kuwait
Lurpak . . .
Unsalted butter . . .
People who . . . oh god ~sob~ . . . intelligent people who may have ~gag~ margarine in their fridges . . .
And now Carnation Milk Pods! Satan’s own petrochemical pustules of demonic lactate . . .
This godless thread - and all polluted by it - must surely be put to the purifying effect of sword and fire . . .
We are currently trialling Norpak spreadable from Aldi. It’s edgier and more working-class chic than Lurpak.
Expect to see it thinly spread on a roof slate in your nearest gastropub soon.
Naturally AND artificially flavoured
I’ll fucking spell check you in a minute
I’m guessing the “natural” flavour is ground cows hooves or some such.
That’s a bit fucking insensitive
Is the butter in Canada the same as that tasteless white crap in murca? Are we just talking about a cultural thing here?
Now that’s what I call a loaded question
As a rule dairy products are of a pretty high standard here (some of the cheese is fantastic), but you may be on to something.
If it’s anything like the mantequilla I’ve suffered in Mexico & S. America I’d rather spread Vaseline on my toast.
It’s your chance to leave Jim out on a limb, I suggest you take it.
Mantequilla . . . that sounds a bit rude.
I’ll have a man who eats bacon on a HCB next to me in the trenches any time