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    Sashimi

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    1. Eat fish
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    Re: Sashimi

    2. Invite Cat to participate. (Why not, the last two threads in this forum involved cats!)

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    Re: Sashimi

    surely?
    1. make wasabe
    2. eat fish <img src=/S/yum.gif border=0 alt=yum width=15 height=15>
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    Re: Sashimi

    i'm allergic to wasabi <img src=/S/barf.gif border=0 alt=barf width=64 height=23>
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    Re: Sashimi

    Well then you need to get a lovely pot of English Horseradish.......absolutely scrumptious with roast beef or salmon. A good alternative to wasabe.

    Mrs J puts a dollop in some of her soups sometimes , just to take away some blandness <img src=/S/yum.gif border=0 alt=yum width=15 height=15>
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    Re: Sashimi

    <hr>English Horseradish.......absolutely scrumptious with roast beef or salmon<hr>

    and smoked mackerel!
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