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I need someone to make chutney with me, and have the enthusiasm to drive my enthusiasm and enjoy the bounty that comes from it.

 
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Fermented chutney? Mine always goes moldy. Do you eat chutney with meat? I can't really imagine chutney going well with anything besides meat, except perhaps cheese?
 
                    
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o I wish I had the knowledge to ferment so I could get to know that flavor as my winter staple.  Chutney is only my first step to so many potential paths that i believe it will take me, like chubby rabbit? ha!
 
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