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Postby moggy » Wed Feb 03, 2010 8:25 pm

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Postby moggy » Wed Feb 03, 2010 8:26 pm

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Postby Hiking Fox » Wed Feb 03, 2010 8:29 pm

Sunkanrags is from Bangor.

I used to live in Denbighshire, but I'm not moving back there just for you!
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Postby mabli » Wed Feb 03, 2010 10:31 pm

Hiking Fox wrote:I used to live in Denbighshire, but I'm not moving back there just for you!


Well I think you bl**dy should! :D
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Postby Gelert » Wed Feb 03, 2010 10:37 pm

Welcome :D

mabli wrote:OK, why isnt there anyone else from North Wales then? Its definately the best part of the country! :wink:


Aye. Shame about the Gogs though :twisted: :P :wink:

Oes unrhyw un arall yma yn medru siarad Cymraeg - un ai yn rhugl neu yn dysgu?
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Postby eBrooker » Thu Feb 04, 2010 3:54 am

notmilk wrote:i'm in cwmbran, just north of newport...
we'll have to arrange a south wales meet up at some point


Yeah - I wonder how many vegans there are round here? We might be better off going to a Vegan fair in Bristol or somewhere like that :lol:
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Postby longdogs » Thu Feb 04, 2010 6:09 pm

I'm only just inside the English border so count me in if it happens :)
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Postby Hiking Fox » Thu Feb 04, 2010 6:57 pm

mabli wrote:
Hiking Fox wrote:I used to live in Denbighshire, but I'm not moving back there just for you!


Well I think you bl**dy should! :D


The rain is more reliable here.
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Postby mabli » Thu Feb 04, 2010 7:29 pm

Gelert wrote: Oes unrhyw un arall yma yn medru siarad Cymraeg - un ai yn rhugl neu yn dysgu?


Im learning again. I was fluent at age 8 and learnt to read and write in Welsh but was sent to an english school so lost it mostly... Can count and ask for a paned (obviously), vocab is OK but Im really crap with grammar. Im from Denbighshire so some words are a bit different in Conwy.

This week we're learning "Esgusodwch fi, ond pwy dach chi?"

Mabli dwi pwi da chi?

Yay! :)
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Re: Hi from South Wales

Postby ricendal » Sat Mar 27, 2010 12:54 pm

greetings one recipe i like which is quite good for protein is simple lentil dal an indian dish. boil 500grams of red lentils, if you want you can boil for 10 mins then change water, add as much garlic as you like also a t spoon of tumeric. boil untill soft and mushy now the good thing about dal is it takes on flavours....traditionally its flavoured with cummin,black mustard seeds,and dried chilli which are fried in hot oil and when they change colour this now flavoured oil and seeds are added to the dal......you can take chilli out....you can add corriander leaf at the end ,and lime or lemon juice, i make up a kilo of dried lentils this way and freeze.dal has thousands of different recipes.this is a really good budget dish can be eatewn with rice or chappati
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