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    Quote Originally Posted by Humbert View Post
    You have to adapt and make do when living ban nork.
    Indeed and over time you end up preferring the substitute over the original.

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    Ubon is nearby, take a look at Tops in Central, they may have some of the items you're looking for

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    Would love to try that sausage. I go to using turkey sausage for a little less fat lasagna, but I grew up with Italian relatives and godfather (yep), who's mom was a killer cook, best sauce I've still ever had. I know real sausage blows away the turkey kind and at my age,it wouldn't matter once in awhile anyway.Can you buy real sausage anywhere? Never heard of Tops,I'll check it out soon.Ubon's only 90 mins away

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    Foodland do decent sausages

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humbert View Post
    Never went back to using ricotta. You have to adapt and make do when living ban nork.
    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Indeed and over time you end up preferring the substitute over the original.
    Well, maybe if your 'original' was wrong in the first place...

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    Any Foodland Sisaket or Ubon provinces?

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    ^ Doesn't appear to be...

    http://www.foodland.co.th/store-finder

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    Quote Originally Posted by stroller View Post
    Foodland do decent sausages
    If your tastes are limited to German.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredwiggy View Post
    Any Foodland Sisaket or Ubon provinces?
    https://www.lazada.co.th/products/ma...kxOTv&search=1

    Get one of these. Get preserved sausage linings and start making your own. You will not regret it, and if you have time to get a smoker going, you will become a very popular person when you are hoarding strings and strings of great gear.

    https://www.lazada.co.th/products/co...N1IIM&search=1

    Casings - collagen available as well.

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    Thanks for all the info! Foodland looks like it would be worth a trip to BKK,along with finding other things. I've hunted all my life but never got around to making sausage.Tey sure love them around here though, so it looks like an idea

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredwiggy View Post
    Thanks for all the info! Foodland looks like it would be worth a trip to BKK
    Foodland has gone down hill in the last few years. Many of the things I used to depend on them for they no longer carry. Villa is a better source now. It also depends on time of year. During the holiday season Villa, Foodland and Tops boost their assortments. Also, the bigger the branch and proximity to where farangs live the better the assortments.

    The Tops in Surin is abolute shit. They have noticibly stripped down their assortments since the time they opened several years ago. It all depends on if their are enough farangs to support the business.
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    Falang food in Sisaket Province-3c9c4019-9f19-42aa-a98f-157529ec8e1b-jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Humbert View Post
    If your tastes are limited to German.
    In that case, the much preferred and veritable Isaan sausages are quite available at the local markets.


    Astounding how many accept their limitations as to where to secure anything.

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    It would be better if all the Americans buggered off back to America and they could feed their faces as much as they wanted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Damn sight healthier than pretzels
    Have you ever wondered how those thousands of bugs all die?
    My money is on poison

    I'm gonna try my first ever American biscuits and gravy breakfast tomorrow, probably followe by some pancakes and washed down with a root beer.

    I'll put it on here for you Fred.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Have you ever wondered how those thousands of bugs all die?
    My money is on poison

    I'm gonna try my first ever American biscuits and gravy breakfast tomorrow, probably followe by some pancakes and washed down with a root beer.

    I'll put it on here for you Fred.

    It was only a week ago I made biscuits and gravy for a Alabaman bloke that lives near me. I reckon you will struggle in Thailand unless who ever is making it has a good sausage meat supplier.

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    How did that date go sid?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack meoff View Post
    How did that date go sid?

    Big black bastard with arms like popeye. How do you think it went? I was mopping up sausage gravy from my chops for hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    It was only a week ago I made biscuits and gravy
    One of my favorite meals.

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    Had weetabix instead. Will go tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    One of my favorite meals.
    A sprinkling of Gruyere and some bacon on the side made it special.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Had a wank instead. Will go tomorrow
    FTFY

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    Went to that expack site and didn't see anything that caught my fancy. I guess I have no allegiance to packaged food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    One of my favorite meals.

    Only applies if the gravy is of a decent savoury sausage variety...en lieu of the lifeless floury white gravy that attempts to pass for the other.
    Otherwise, it's all moot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happynz View Post
    Went to that expack site and didn't see anything that caught my fancy. I guess I have no allegiance to packaged food.
    Congrats I didn't even look

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