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    Pickled onions

    Posted by Remainer on 13/6/2018, 13:46:25

    Does anyone partake of these

      Re: Pickled onions

      Posted by Farhat on 14/6/2018, 10:49:47, in reply to "Pickled onions"

      Perfect with your Sunday roast.

        Re: Pickled onions

        Posted by Buzzard on 13/6/2018, 14:07:05, in reply to "Pickled onions"

        yes

        Haywards

          Re: Pickled onions

          Posted by Top Hat on 13/6/2018, 14:06:59, in reply to "Pickled onions"

          Make the most of it while you can. After Brexit there wonít be anyone left to pick the onions here, and we wonít be able to import EU onions without a trade agreement, although the Gammons reckon we donít need one. Personally Iíd make the Gammons work the fields after Brexit.

            Re: Pickled onions

            Posted by new boy on 13/6/2018, 14:09:18, in reply to "Re: Pickled onions"

            Onions are machine harvested : no Romanian hands involved

              Re: Pickled onions

              Posted by Buzzard on 13/6/2018, 14:08:06, in reply to "Re: Pickled onions"

              If the farmers actually paid a decent wage I'm sure plenty of people would work the fields.


              Oh and I was a remainer BTW

                Re: Pickled onions

                Posted by Morph on 13/6/2018, 14:16:55, in reply to "Re: Pickled onions"

                Who says they don't?

                  Re: Pickled onions

                  Posted by Buzzard on 13/6/2018, 14:29:52, in reply to "Re: Pickled onions"

                  me

                    Re: Pickled onions

                    Posted by Scathing hatter on 13/6/2018, 14:36:15, in reply to "Re: Pickled onions"

                    Won't British farmers lose a lot of their subsidies after Brexit?

                      Re: Pickled onions

                      Posted by Buzzard on 13/6/2018, 14:41:11, in reply to "Re: Pickled onions"

                      I voted remain.

                      Although I'm sure I read that the UK Government will support the farmers post Brexit. So I guess that means they will retain their levels of subsidy. Although we might actually have to start producing our own stuff again.

                        Re: Pickled onions

                        Posted by Scathing hatter on 13/6/2018, 14:45:44, in reply to "Re: Pickled onions"

                        I've recently got involved in a community garden. We grow quite a lot of different fruit and veg. It's very fulfilling. I'd encourage anyone to give it a go.

                        Hope that we give the environmental watchdog here in UK the ability to take government to court if it doesn't meet at least current EU standards once we do leave the EU. I doubt many of those who voted leave even considered the environmental implications.

                          Re: Pickled onions

                          Posted by Buzzard on 13/6/2018, 15:00:48, in reply to "Re: Pickled onions"

                          Yes I agree. Although I believe it to be all bollocks and lip service anyway.

                          Khan is introducing ULEZ into Central London as of 2019 so that lower NO2 and CO2 levels are released in the current congestion charge area.. PLUS

                          And then on the other hand the government wants to build a 3rd runway at Heathrow which will surely produce ####ing tonnes of shit. MINUS

                          All down to cash sadly.

                            Re: Pickled onions

                            Posted by Nearly a Genius on 13/6/2018, 15:14:07, in reply to "Re: Pickled onions"

                            And Boris is going to lie down in front of the bulldozers like he said he would
                            Oh yeah.

                              Re: Pickled onions

                              Posted by Scathing hatter on 13/6/2018, 15:07:39, in reply to "Re: Pickled onions"

                              Would like to see petrol/diesel cars phased out as soon as possible personally, 2025 could be achievable with the political will to see it happen. London air is terrible, not to mention the impact a ban would have on cutting C02 emmissions.

                              There should be more R&D going on to find clean/er aviation fuels too. That sector is projected to have massive global growth over the next couple of decades.

                                Re: Pickled onions

                                Posted by Morph on 13/6/2018, 15:11:59, in reply to "Re: Pickled onions"

                                Private companies are already doing all of that mate, don't let governments get involved, they'll only fukk it up completely

                                  Re: Pickled onions

                                  Posted by Scathing hatter on 13/6/2018, 15:16:25, in reply to "Re: Pickled onions"

                                  Likely to see big changes anytime soon? For cars or planes?

                                  Also saw recently if everyone divested overnight from fossil fuels it would trigger another global financial meltdown. Estimated $1 to $4 trillion currently tied up. Can't wait for fossil fuels to be dropped personally.

                                    Re: Pickled onions

                                    Posted by Buzzard on 13/6/2018, 15:18:44, in reply to "Re: Pickled onions"

                                    I agree

                                    It is only probably the interests of the large Oil companies that is keeping technology suppressed.

                                    But if we didn't pay fuel levy they would need to find the cash from somewhere.

                                      Re: Pickled onions

                                      Posted by Scathing hatter on 13/6/2018, 15:24:45, in reply to "Re: Pickled onions"

                                      From what i've read all the smart money is going into clean fuels now. It's a matter of just how quickly divestment in fossil fuels will occur, not if it will happen.

                                        Grenfell

                                        Posted by GlennD on 14/6/2018, 10:19:31, in reply to "Re: Pickled onions"

                                        Minute's silence at noon today.
                                        72 killed, RIP,hundreds of lives devastated by greed.

                                          Re: Pickled onions

                                          Posted by Morph on 13/6/2018, 15:33:23, in reply to "Re: Pickled onions"

                                          Depends to be honest, the power generated to charge the cars / planes etc needs to come from somewhere and at the moment it's mainly gas and coal. I'm not convinced the NOx or CO2 from transport is any worse than it is from them.
                                          Only semi-viable option to drop them and move to renewables at the moment is either solar / wind & batteries or pump storage hydro, none of those are without environmental issues.

                                            Re: Pickled onions

                                            Posted by Buzzard on 13/6/2018, 15:36:28, in reply to "Re: Pickled onions"

                                            Solar technology is really good now. I can see solar powered cars being an option in the not too distant future.

                                              Re: Pickled onions

                                              Posted by Nearly a Genius on 13/6/2018, 15:50:09, in reply to "Re: Pickled onions"

                                              But will one charge enable a journey of 300/400 miles, like filling up with diesel does now? And how long does it take to charge up?

                                                Re: Pickled onions

                                                Posted by Buzzard on 13/6/2018, 16:09:12, in reply to "Re: Pickled onions"

                                                If the car was being driven in the daylight I would guess it could happen as the car will power itself whilst it drives along.

                                                If at night time I have no idea whatsoever I'm afraid.

                  Re: Pickled onions

                  Posted by Mick's Elbow on 13/6/2018, 13:59:42, in reply to "Pickled onions"

                  Yes, Garner's.

                    Re: Pickled onions

                    Posted by Suffolk Punch on 13/6/2018, 14:54:16, in reply to "Re: Pickled onions"

                    Our own grown shallots, pickled to an old family recipe. And sweet and sour cucumbers, piccalilli and various chutneys.

                    All produced without subsidies or requiring migrant Labour.

                    Suffolk never officially joined the EU.

                      Re: Pickled onions

                      Posted by Nearly a Genius on 13/6/2018, 15:15:25, in reply to "Re: Pickled onions"

                      Wot, no subsidies for the sugar beet farms?

                        Re: Pickled onions

                        Posted by Suffolk Punch on 13/6/2018, 16:27:35, in reply to "Re: Pickled onions"

                        No subsidies for the small shallot grower.

                        Actually, I'm not small. Nor are the shallots. The English language is a tricky bugger.

                        Not so much beet being grown this year, but a lot of maize for biofuels.

                        Which means that farmers get EU subsidies to use a lot of fuel producing a cereal crop which is the transported by lorry using more fuel to a processing plant which uses fuel to produce, Er, fuel.

                          Re: Pickled onions

                          Posted by Nearly a Genius on 13/6/2018, 16:34:55, in reply to "Re: Pickled onions"

                          The grower of shallots on a small plot?

                          The whole fuel thing is daft.
                          Using fossil fuel to produce electricity to charge electric cars to save .... errr.... fossil fuels.

                            Re: Pickled onions

                            Posted by Suffolk Punch on 13/6/2018, 17:12:53, in reply to "Re: Pickled onions"

                            Smallscaleshallot grower.

                            But nobody speaks proper English any more. Or English properly.

                              Re: Pickled onions

                              Posted by Nearly a Genius on 13/6/2018, 17:46:56, in reply to "Re: Pickled onions"

                              Very true

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