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The last time I went out for a meal was about 3 weeks ago and it was lovely. My sons 9th birthday at his favourite chinese/malay which is just the most lovely place and he is a fan of san choy bow and communal eating. Family and fun. For me rice & Indonesian/Malaysian was for years and years the best and yummiest.

At 37y/o I worked for a bakery for 9 months and, after a 1/2 lifetime of avoiding breakfast and hating pasta, sandwiches and roast dinners, I figured out I had a problem with flour 'floating'. I went back to work a bit sick and day one back was well... sick, really sick.

I'm a single mum and the handling of bread is an ongoing and ever changing learning curve. It takes time and I have a long way to go. I hope to start inviting my friends and family over for dinner again soon as I've discovered that fresh food that needs chopping minus all the muck is actually really good. They'll get use to it.


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