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Just after a bit of feedback really. Obviously the term "Locally Sourced" has become more and more popular as the overall standard of food has increased in the UK. But what does it actually mean?
Should it only be applied to food that was grown/reared locally?
Could it apply to food that was purchased from a supplier who is local but the product itself came from further afield.
Also, most people tend to think of "Locally Sourced" as automatically meaning, organic or ethically produced, is this a mis-conception?
Would like to know your thoughts..
I've had 100% success with the brilliant recipes in the bread book. I made brioche today which came out perfectly and remembered eating a cheese version which may have been made with Parmesan but I'm not sure. To do this would I take out the sugar and replace with cheese or is the sugar an important part for the texture? Thanks again.
I am claiming some land by Adverse Possession, having used it for 12 years. I asked a friend to share some hens with me, and now she and the landowner are saying that they have an informal agreement for her to use the land, meaning I could lose my claim. Does anyone know if the court will accept this. The landowner has used the land as an enticement, saying he will sell to her if he can remove me.