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Easy mistake to make hence Post 14.
This company is Puresound-UK not to be confused with those fine chap(s) at Puresound. Not as though that was the intent of course ...
Let's see what our Scottish Wammers find......
Hey there we go, that looks great- Id be willing to have a go/ thx for link. Where are they based?
Here's my "More Exotic LloydG Cuzzer" (does a good job with a ruddy jar) for 2:
Small red onion. Finely chop: big thumb end ging, 2 garlic, 2 green finger chilis. Big dollop sweet chili sauce. Lentils. Jar.
Soak red split lentils alot, 1/2 a cup then.. onions > g/g/ch > jar + dollop > chick. Done.
Slow 40 mins, rest 5 min. Fresh coriander in at end a bonus.
Thats as good as I can muster: its fragrant/ fresh & good texture too, & done me well.. I just want the real thing now. Abbot.
The vast majority were from Sylhet in Bangladesh and used to cause us no end of problems with student visa's. The "loophole" is still open for those that know how....but the regulations governing these chefs are affecting the whole industry. I know of at least 4 Bangladeshi (Indian) restaurants closing because they couldn't get a chef. In fact two of them tried to train brit chefs - but they couldn't get the nuances of S. Asian cooking, I have quite a few friends and they predict shrinking in the sector.......
Sorry, I can't seem to get my copy of Boxplot working with computer. I haven't used it for years, last time on a different PC.
I suggest you try another different calculator and see if you get a similar volume. As I said, it may be correct, just feels wrong.
Source: BBC News
Looks like a clever device, and with little chance of it being sold fraudulently by someone like James McCormick.
My only thought was how do you know they have really cleared an area. Wind is a great resource but utterly random. You'd have to go over the same ground with hundreds, hardly practical when they keep ending up down the far end of a minefield.