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  1. Ever since I stayed a while in France I knew then just where we on these islands were going wrong.
    They saw the shortages of the two wars as a way to become inventive and make new ways, but to exit them relatively rapidly and return to the good basics. Me, I think that goes back to Henry of Navarre had his chicken in every pot idea. But how they differ from us is in things like bread. They might make a bread out of Lupin flour but they would never stretch wheat with it. And certainly wouldn’t hide it.
    We remain in that space with food companies that existed in the 1940s. And they are being facilitated by the universities and food safety agencies.

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