There is a national fig roll shortage, does any one know why. I heard it was down to the Fig Crunch Oooh! I've got some. Should I put them on ebay with a high reserve? It may be something to do with this aflatoxins?do they cause flatulence
are almost as good. They do have the fabled laxative and flatulent effect on me, which is all the more reason to eat them. Yeah fresh ones are alright but they don't have that fig roll jam quality to them. fig rolls are manna !
's the kind of food runners should be troughing. Could be carnage... Never ever had it and doubt that I ever will! Give me spotted dick and custard anyday! fig rolls are nice with a cup of tea Just looked up a recipe and it seems a bit like your regular
.The real thing is only for special occasions. But are they better than fig rolls? Yes but not as good as Malt Loaf Should I have spelt malt loaf with a capital "m" and a capital "l"?? Probably not; it's a generic term rather that a brand name isnt it
and during a run and not get any problems. I use malt loaf, fig rolls, Kendal mint cake and cheap jelly beans (the gel manufacturers have a fit!). Try stuff out, first on a medium-length run not too far from home/other toilets in caseyour system objects
to have too many:O) Jaffa Cakes? Fig rolls?Still bad, but better I think.Make your own flap-jack - there are healthy(ish) recipes out there on the interweb thing. Fig rolls are good, as are garibaldis.Rich tea aren't too bad, but digestives are quite high
gone. But do they have any fig rolls ? Not now........
the supersize jaffa cake before: it's in Gary Rhodes recipe book, along with recipes for a mansized bourbon biscuit, and king fig roll.The jaffa cake can be livened up with Grand Marnier drizzled into the sponge base. Better than the original?
going longer distances so also using e.g. malt loaf, fig rolls and jelly beans. Obviously you want some water/electrolyte drink to wash it down. Mint cake has an advantage over Dextrose tablets because you don't risk a cloud of powder hitting the back
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