Butter wars (aka the prof vs everyone except Jim)


#101

Gardener or maybe the ahem, milkman.


#102

Well now . . . black coffee vs. cream/milk . . .


#103

Frothy milk, but needs to be organic goat’s milk used on the day of milking.


#104

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


#105

Lurpak . . . :face_vomiting:

Unsalted butter . . . :face_vomiting:

People who . . . oh god ~sob~ . . . intelligent people who may have ~gag~ margarine in their fridges . . . :face_vomiting:

And now Carnation Milk Pods! Satan’s own petrochemical pustules of demonic lactate . . . :face_vomiting: :face_vomiting: :face_vomiting:

This godless thread - and all polluted by it - must surely be put to the purifying effect of sword and fire . . .


#106

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.


#107

Where’s your god now?!?!


#108

Flavour.


#109

Naturally AND artificially flavoured


#110


#111

I’ll fucking spell check you in a minute :facepunch:


#112

I’m guessing the “natural” flavour is ground cows hooves or some such.


#113

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That’s a bit fucking insensitive :angry:

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#114

#115

Is the butter in Canada the same as that tasteless white crap in murca? Are we just talking about a cultural thing here?


#116

Now that’s what I call a loaded question :grinning:
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.


#117

If it’s anything like the mantequilla I’ve suffered in Mexico & S. America I’d rather spread Vaseline on my toast.


#118

It’s your chance to leave Jim out on a limb, I suggest you take it. :+1:


#119

Mantequilla . . . that sounds a bit rude.

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#120

I’ll have a man who eats bacon on a HCB next to me in the trenches any time