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    Quote Originally Posted by James Curry View Post
    Think the farms closing in Denmark are MINK farms John. The Danes are probably thinking about BEAVERSor is that the Swedes?
    Tell you what though John they can keep their Bacon. There is nothing wrong with home produced British Farm assured British Bacon, if it is good enough for M&S good enough for me. Hard to beat a good old Bacon Butty.

    Stan Waters cafe on the Liverpool Dock Rd ? Cannot remember were it was exactly but it was popular back in the day. Big mug of tea and a Bacon Butty, set you up for the day after a night on the ale.
    James, I have been dry curing my own bacon for a few years now. British pork is reasonably priced so it is worth a go, I am currently curing some beef topside to make my own version of pastrami

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    Back in the 60'sthe importation of Danich bacon almost killed off the British bacon trade,

    Best bacon comes from a breed of pigs called Land Race, a very long bodied pig so the loin is longer than in most other breeds.
    Large Whites best for general pork products, chops, roast etc, and middle whites for production such as snags.
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    Latest from USA, with all the wind they have coming from turbines the most power they can contribute is now at 10% of all needs.
    Have to try harder one imagines if they are to become neutral, or is that neutered. ??
    Happy daze John in Oz.

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