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John Smith 20/12/18(Fri)14:38 No. 47659
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Hello John,

I've recently taken up making sourdough pizzas as a hobby; although not particularly complex by any means, it is still nonetheless fascinating to realize that you can produce such an intricate dish using nothing but flour, water, salt, cheese, and tomatoes.


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John Smith 20/12/24(Thu)06:48 No. 47664

I'm jealous, my bread always comes out terrible. I always try and use as little ingredients as possible, just natural stone ground flour and water, I tend to be a great brickmaker and a poor baker


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John Smith 20/12/24(Thu)21:21 No. 47666

>>47664
pizza is more forgiving, because if your dough doesn't rise then you just end up with a flat crust pizza instead.


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John Smith 21/01/19(Tue)05:44 No. 47690

>>47659
I would like to take this moment to thank the native murrucans for cultivating the tomato during their great agricultural revolution along with other tasty veggies. Just imagine what Italian food was like before the discovery, exploitation, genocide and ransacking of the Americas. The Dpice Islands, India, the Americas, mmmmm. medieval colonialism may have been evil, but it sure is tasty.


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John Smith 21/01/19(Tue)05:47 No. 47691

>>47690
On the other hand, considering the vastness of the British Empire, it completely fails to explain the abomination that is British cooking and raises several new questions about hereditary taste bud defects.


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John Smith 21/01/22(Fri)02:52 No. 47697

>>47691
British culture is mainly parts of their (former) colonies.
Hell, even Britiah rock is mainly inspired by American blues.


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John Smith 21/03/16(Tue)13:33 No. 47737

I love your mug brownies they are amazing and have saved my life in the most extreme of times when there was nothing sweet at home (◕ᴗ◕✿) you are amazing


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John Smith 21/06/20(Sun)11:36 No. 47833
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I made shortbread for the first time the other day. I was also amazed that it only takes butter, sugar and flour to make something this nice.


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John Smith 21/10/30(Sat)21:49 No. 47955

>>47833
White people enjoy real-life bestiality yet no one says anything about it.
Also, kemonomimi isn't bestiality.


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John Smith 21/10/31(Sun)01:49 No. 47956

>>47955
Are you feeling okay, John?


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John Smith 21/10/31(Sun)06:01 No. 47957

I'm not sure I'd like sourdough pizza. I think I'd find sourdough better for sandwiches.

>>47956
John is having a psychotic break, John.


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John Smith 21/11/03(Wed)01:16 No. 47970

>>47956
Wrong thread. My bad.
>>47957
Yes. John_Smith.exe has encountered an error.
>Restart
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(CNTRL ALT DEL doesn't exist in this programming)



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