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    Anyone else vouch for this carrot theory?

    I also read that with baked beans, the other famous fart-aid, it's the cooking juices/ sauce in the tin that causes the problem- likewise if cooking dried beans, discarding the cooking liqueur can get rid of most of the problem. Could the same be true of chokes? I read on here that it's a thing called 'inuin' (sp?) in chokes that makes you gasseous, is it the same with beans- i never had that reaction with beans however.

    I've been windy all day. Any advice graetly recieved, i was thinking how great to have this apparently never ending free perennial crop, now i'm gutted- as well as having awful guts.. (sorry)

    Craig

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    Hmm, i was thinking, i boiled them and then used the stock for gravy.. might that have had a bearing?

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    Mmmmmmm Heard of decaffinated coffee but how about deflatulated sprouts/baked beans??
    The river Trent is lovely, I know because I have walked on it for 18 years.
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    Have you tried the fennel tea??

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    Tonights meal cauliflower cheese, courgettes, carrots & potatoes Madderbat & me are doing duets(very windy)
    The river Trent is lovely, I know because I have walked on it for 18 years.
    Brian Clough

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