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Deutsche Leberwurst - German Liverwurst

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Hi all,

have just finisheda batch of German Liver sausage for a customer and made some more. Tomorrow, Saturday we shall be placing them into our shelf in Villa one with the sausages and cold cuts and the one in the jar with importet Pate's on the other side - the one in the jar is pasturised and will last for months in cool conditions when un-opened - when opened it should be used within 2-4 days - the other comes in a vacuum pack and has a shelf life of 4 weeks un-opened

For Dr. Naam and who else is interested a picture

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and it tastes as good as it looks :o

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"we shall be placing some real german Liver Sausage into our shelf in Villa"

Bangkok AND Pattaya? :o or BKK only :D

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"we shall be placing some real german Liver Sausage into our shelf in Villa"

Bangkok AND Pattaya? :o or BKK only :D

wow that was quick - :D at the moment BKK Sukhumvit 33 only

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Why not Phuket :o:D :D

Gerd

Does TOPS in Central have some of your products???

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Why not Phuket :o:D :D

Gerd

Does TOPS in Central have some of your products???

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Hi Gerd,

afraid we are not selling through TOP'S am working on some deal for Phuket that may make our product available there pretty soon,

John

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I gave up pork about 6 months ago. ######! Thanks for reminding me of yet another tasty treat I won't ever be eating again. Until I quit pork, I never realized how many things I love to eat are made from it.

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I gave up pork about 6 months ago. ######! Thanks for reminding me of yet another tasty treat I won't ever be eating again. Until I quit pork, I never realized how many things I love to eat are made from it.

Hi,

hmmm sorry about that :o but one question why give up pork?? pork fat is actually lower in cl than chicken or beef fat

and even someone suffering from gaut can eat pork because uric acid level is also v low ...... unless one has become a vegeterian or :D converted to islam - pork is highly nutricous and :D tasty

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Yeah I eat more pork than any other meat. You can grill it to remove a lot of of the fat. Giving it up wouldn't be an option, I'm addicted to bacon.

I like liverwurst too but can't see myself making a special trip from Chiang Rai to get it. Chiang Mai wouldn't be too far though if you could do a deal with someone like Carrefour.

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I gave up pork about 6 months ago. ######! Thanks for reminding me of yet another tasty treat I won't ever be eating again. Until I quit pork, I never realized how many things I love to eat are made from it.

Hi,

hmmm sorry about that :o but one question why give up pork?? pork fat is actually lower in cl than chicken or beef fat

and even someone suffering from gaut can eat pork because uric acid level is also v low ...... unless one has become a vegeterian or :D converted to islam - pork is highly nutricous and :D tasty

Oh, I love the taste of it, but I had to quit. I just couldn't look at one more truck crammed with pigs with legs trapped and in "squeeze boxes". A pigs life here in Thailand is suffering from it's first day to it's last. I just didn't want to be a part of that. Cows and chickens seem to have a pretty nice life, till they meet their fate.

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I gave up pork about 6 months ago. ######! Thanks for reminding me of yet another tasty treat I won't ever be eating again. Until I quit pork, I never realized how many things I love to eat are made from it.

Hi,

hmmm sorry about that :o but one question why give up pork?? pork fat is actually lower in cl than chicken or beef fat

and even someone suffering from gaut can eat pork because uric acid level is also v low ...... unless one has become a vegeterian or :D converted to islam - pork is highly nutricous and :D tasty

Oh, I love the taste of it, but I had to quit. I just couldn't look at one more truck crammed with pigs with legs trapped and in "squeeze boxes". A pigs life here in Thailand is suffering from it's first day to it's last. I just didn't want to be a part of that. Cows and chickens seem to have a pretty nice life, till they meet their fate.

The trouble with free range pork is it keeps running away. They're smart enough to see that the life of leisure and free food isn't all it's cracked up to be.

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I gave up pork about 6 months ago. ######! Thanks for reminding me of yet another tasty treat I won't ever be eating again. Until I quit pork, I never realized how many things I love to eat are made from it.

Hi,

hmmm sorry about that :o but one question why give up pork?? pork fat is actually lower in cl than chicken or beef fat

and even someone suffering from gaut can eat pork because uric acid level is also v low ...... unless one has become a vegeterian or :D converted to islam - pork is highly nutricous and :D tasty

Oh, I love the taste of it, but I had to quit. I just couldn't look at one more truck crammed with pigs with legs trapped and in "squeeze boxes". A pigs life here in Thailand is suffering from it's first day to it's last. I just didn't want to be a part of that. Cows and chickens seem to have a pretty nice life, till they meet their fate.

The trouble with free range pork is it keeps running away. They're smart enough to see that the life of leisure and free food isn't all it's cracked up to be.

Also, the other thing is, I've got a pig, the "Empress of Mae Ann". She's gonna die of old age, and already I think she's the oldest and biggest pig in Thailand. I can't see raisng this pig, just to eat another. Oh, BTW, she loves "free ranging" and accompanies me and my dog on walks in the mountains. A most excellent companion.

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I gave up pork about 6 months ago. ######! Thanks for reminding me of yet another tasty treat I won't ever be eating again. Until I quit pork, I never realized how many things I love to eat are made from it.

Hi,

hmmm sorry about that :o but one question why give up pork?? pork fat is actually lower in cl than chicken or beef fat

and even someone suffering from gaut can eat pork because uric acid level is also v low ...... unless one has become a vegeterian or :D converted to islam - pork is highly nutricous and :D tasty

Oh, I love the taste of it, but I had to quit. I just couldn't look at one more truck crammed with pigs with legs trapped and in "squeeze boxes". A pigs life here in Thailand is suffering from it's first day to it's last. I just didn't want to be a part of that. Cows and chickens seem to have a pretty nice life, till they meet their fate.

The trouble with free range pork is it keeps running away. They're smart enough to see that the life of leisure and free food isn't all it's cracked up to be.

Also, the other thing is, I've got a pig, the "Empress of Mae Ann". She's gonna die of old age, and already I think she's the oldest and biggest pig in Thailand. I can't see raisng this pig, just to eat another. Oh, BTW, she loves "free ranging" and accompanies me and my dog on walks in the mountains. A most excellent companion.

I once had an affair with a Filipina dancer named May Ann. Also a most excellent companion. A remarkable coincidence. :D

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I gave up pork about 6 months ago. ######! Thanks for reminding me of yet another tasty treat I won't ever be eating again. Until I quit pork, I never realized how many things I love to eat are made from it.

Hi,

hmmm sorry about that :o but one question why give up pork?? pork fat is actually lower in cl than chicken or beef fat

and even someone suffering from gaut can eat pork because uric acid level is also v low ...... unless one has become a vegeterian or :D converted to islam - pork is highly nutricous and :D tasty

Oh, I love the taste of it, but I had to quit. I just couldn't look at one more truck crammed with pigs with legs trapped and in "squeeze boxes". A pigs life here in Thailand is suffering from it's first day to it's last. I just didn't want to be a part of that. Cows and chickens seem to have a pretty nice life, till they meet their fate.

The trouble with free range pork is it keeps running away. They're smart enough to see that the life of leisure and free food isn't all it's cracked up to be.

well - I have to admit I'm a chef and not a butcher - if I had to kill any animal to create sausages or food, well we'd be talking about those great mushroom & aubergine sausages :D we do get orders for bugs bunny terrines and when I made a joke and told my kitchen staff that I had ordered 12 life bunnies for the next day you should have seen their faces :D

when they arrived they were the frozen version and all was fine .... they didn't look qute anymore - the only other time I've seen them making faces like that was when I accepted my first and last order for Haggis and we had 24 windpipes hanging out of a huge pot with all the other intestines biling away inside and some strange and very smelly stuff oozing out of them ... usually when making some new dish they all que up to taste - when the Haggis was done I found myself alone in the cooking section....

To get back to sausages and Liverwurst - its not like in a seafood restaurant where you choose a life fish or lobster out of a tank - the animal in our case was dead already and not killed because you wanted to eat Liverwurst - one or even thousands of people not eating pork anymore would't make the slightest difference in the market - thais and chinese devour millions of tons a year in Thailand alone and things in the way animals are kept will change over time - 20 years ago here, noone would have believed that there would be pet hotels and so many vets here ever - dogs were kept while they were puppies and qute and whe they were not so qute anymore got the boot - this has changed to a large degree -

And I must admit I do look forward to a German Broetchen with my liverwurst for breakfast tomorow morning :-)

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You're right of course JohnBKKK, and I wasn't preaching what others should do, because 1) who'd listen? and 2) even I admit it's pretty darn delicious. Just a personal choice, that's all.

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