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Lefty 200 Drams

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13,567 posts

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OK, so we all know about curries and the like.

I've just had some spiced butternut squash and turnip soup for lunch and I'm expecting it to be an aromatic afternoon in the office.

laugh

Bloke opposite me insists on egg sandwiches every day and by 3pm the h2s is knocking people over hurl

Scott330ci

9,418 posts

86 months

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ndtman

371 posts

66 months

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Sprouts have the desired effect as do onions.

Lefty 200 Drams

Original Poster:

13,567 posts

87 months

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yes

French Onion Soup yuck

GregE240

10,839 posts

152 months

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My ex father in law used to make this legendary pea soup with chick peas and chopped up ham. It was lovely, very thick and starchy, with flavoursome bits of ham every so often.

...then it hit you like an express train. I cannot think of any other foodstuff that has such a profound effect on farting, it was quite embarassing at times.

He did eventually pre cook and drain the chick peas to remove some of the starch and fibre etc but it was still pretty bad.

It used to wake me up in the night. Horrid stuff.
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lockhart flawse

1,094 posts

120 months

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Fartichokes. We had wild Garlic and Fartichoke soup the other night. Very nice but....

Cheese Mechanic

2,022 posts

54 months

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Good old shirtlifters, Baked Beans!

Devilled Kidneys seem to have a good go as well.!!

GTP rpm

2,956 posts

81 months

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Baked beans hurt me.

Daisy Duke

1,480 posts

86 months

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lockhart flawse said:
Fartichokes. We had wild Garlic and Fartichoke soup the other night. Very nice but....
yes everything else pales into insignificance when compared to the effect of Jerusalem artichoke soup.

Don

26,056 posts

169 months

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GregE240 said:
My ex father in law used to make this legendary pea soup with chick peas and chopped up ham. It was lovely, very thick and starchy, with flavoursome bits of ham every so often.

...then it hit you like an express train. I cannot think of any other foodstuff that has such a profound effect on farting, it was quite embarassing at times.

He did eventually pre cook and drain the chick peas to remove some of the starch and fibre etc but it was still pretty bad.

It used to wake me up in the night. Horrid stuff.
I made "that" soup, too, Greg. The wife's all but banned it. hehe

scirocco265

417 posts

61 months

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Onions
Red peppers

A911DOM

4,084 posts

120 months

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Chickpeas

Full roast

Guaranteed guff frenzy!

Paddy_N_Murphy

16,163 posts

69 months

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Beer.

Real Beer. The hand pull stuff.

Don

26,056 posts

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All my most God-awful guffs have been after curry to he honest. There's something about the mix of spices, onions, ghee and meat that delivers the most remarkable quality and quantity.

Absolute shockers. Real oh my sweet lord I think I'm going to die shockers.

The kind that the dog looks at you with disgust after.

GingerWizard

4,691 posts

83 months

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Curley Kale. Had a load last night with my lamb scotchpot, god lordy lord, i was actually concerned the heat of the gas might have in some way damaged my recaro seats... I had to check!!!

No seriously, i was pumping out gas, comparable to that of the recent volcanic erruptions.

I love curley Kale though!

Don

26,056 posts

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GingerWizard said:
I love curley Kale though!
That's the problem like there. Lots of great tasting food has the capacity to make your drop your guts in the most devilish fashion.

fido

10,660 posts

140 months

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Asparagus .. or is that taking the pi55?

Get Karter

1,713 posts

86 months

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Flavoured crisps. Especially Pringles.

Maybe it's the monosodium glutamate that is the causal ingredient?


Don

26,056 posts

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Get Karter said:
Maybe it's the monosodium glutamate that is the causal ingredient?
Never been associated with flatulence. And there's absolutely no scientific evidence that it dehydrates you, gives you headache and food poisoning either: most of Asia would be continually ill if that were the case.

Maybe there's monosodomy flatulate in there or something...

andrewrob

2,257 posts

75 months

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Shreddies, its got so bad that I am going to have to stop eating them.
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