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Peter Burgess

Naturally Fox's Review
Nicey replies: Yes we raised just that point in our review of Naturally Fox's biscuits which use only butter. Of course, methane gas, a by product of dairy framing can't be overlooked either as it is apparently about 20 times as potent as CO2 in its greenhouse effect.

Still there are lots of interesting things happening in the area of dairy farming such as this methane powered farm

Having just come back from a holiday on a farm in Northern Ireland surrounded by fields of cows this would be a great if some agricultural company could start outfitting farms with this.

Neil Chase
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Digestive Review
Nicey replies: Thanks Neil,

Yes that place looks like a life saver, thanks for passing it on.

Charlotte Young

Tregroes Toffee Waffles Review
Nicey replies: I once visited that part of Holland and due to bad planning and youthful exuberance found myself sampling mostly raw herrings with bits of onion on them in the markets, rather than stroopwaffels.

Diarmaid O'Sullivan
Nicey replies: We were inspecting Donegal at a distance only last week in a our mammoth NCOTAASD Easter tour of Northern Ireland.

It's over there some where behind that Giant's Causeway.

Richard Westlake
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Abbey Crunch Review
Nicey replies: Yes a grim old business the end of the Abbey Crunch. I paraded my last pack which sits on the NCOTAASD desk on TV last week, when I went down to do a special program about biscuits on UK TV Food. The pack was 3 years and 2 days past its best before date. Renowned chef Mary Berry tried to console me by making a batch of Oaty biscuits for that were quite like Abbey Crunch, it was all very poignant.