I've found some climbs are destroyed from the roosting but tried to get local council involved and was told if I can't identify them not much they can do.They do the same on a couple of climbs out of gullies on my track. Means you can’t possibly pedal right where it's essential. Chunts.
Ours aren’t officially sanctioned trails unfortunately..and on public land. We try to build them too tight for moto’s to enjoy.....but the enjoyment seems to come from being knuts.I've found some climbs are destroyed from the roosting but tried to get local council involved and was told if I can't identify them not much they can do.
Faux....fauxchamel?If it's truly vegan than it's not really bechamel is it?
We use nutallex for everything butter/margarine related.Faux....fauxchamel?
Still a genuine question. For me this is a key component of lasagne. Could you just use a margarine instead of the butter? I've never tried but moments like this make me curious. Not curious enough to try it though.
I recently dined with some vegans. They were telling me of the virtues of a some vegan butter...you mean margarine? No vegan butter... Like margarine? I know not all brands of margarine are vegan friendly, but surely margarine is a more accurate food group noun?
Can you still get “I can’t believe it’s not butter”?We use nutallex for everything butter/margarine related.
I don’t give a cuss about semantics. Some vegans do. Usually it’s non vegans going all Karen for the use of words like cheese, butter, milk etc.