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  1. Sta

    Stahlrost Well-Known Member

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    The overuse of plastic does my head in, like it does many others I'm sure.

    I've just been to have a look round the new market, and there's great little stall called Weigh to Save, where you can take your own containers and fill them with lots of different stuff, including nuts, cereals, fruit, pulses etc. 5% off if you bring your own containers. I promised the bloke I'd give him a plug, so here it is. 20181107_111603-1008x756.jpg 20181107_111615-1008x756.jpg
     
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    Whatever happened to Simco...
     
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    Stahlrost, do they sell herbs and spices?
     
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    Do they have any good cocaine in?
     
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    There was no back of the shop to line it up.
     
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    Yes they did, but not sure if they were available loose.
     
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    Just what I'm after , Suet mix , hazelnuts , jelly babies and flour ! . Only joking , good luck to him .
     
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    There's a stall nearby selling Barnsley chops loose too. Take your own wheelbarrow.
     
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    What about the tripe stall ,is that still there ? oh the smell of it !
     
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    Didn't see any tripe, but I was very disappointed that there was no octopus on sale in the fish market. I do like a nibble on my tentacles from time to time.
     
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    Only weed and herbal smack mate
     
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    The only place that serves up tripe is Oakwell :D
     
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    Think the original stall wasn't moving into the new market. But read one of the other traders was going to take on the produce.
     
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    Used to love the ‘weighing up shop’ as a kid. They did some cracking muesli and sold really cheap sweets.
     
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    As a kid I was mesmerised by the cheese stall cutting wire .
     
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    One of the stalls took it over as the original one packed in when old market went however they say there’s no demand and bloke that brings it from Newark says it’s not worth his while with current sales.
    I can’t believe that Barnsley hasn’t got enough tripe lovers to keep it going . Maybe if they’d kept it going while market established they may have got enough custom.
    Having said all that they’ll know their stuff so tripe is not as popular as I must have thought it was . Shame really
     
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    Ok, but shouldn't that stall also uphold the less is good mindset on plastics lol.. Everything stored in plastic containers, with plastic bags and plastic bins, with the plastic scoops to compliment...
     
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    Personally I don't think there's anything wrong with plastic in itself - it's throwing it away while it's still usable that's the problem.
     
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    My father in law used to eat tripe and elder in vinegar , he would say 'get some down thi neck lad ' . He dropped dead at 70 , God rest his soul .
     
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    My dads still eating it when he can get it and he’s 85
     

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