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I was thinking of routine, everyday foods rather than luxuries. When I lived in Turkey for example it was impossible to get either Marmite or Wholewheat breakfast cereals.and some folk would beg their friends to bring in Branston Pickle!
So, everyday foods rather than luxuries is what I had in mind, sorry if I wasn't clear.
 

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I was thinking of routine, everyday foods rather than luxuries. When I lived in Turkey for example it was impossible to get either Marmite or Wholewheat breakfast cereals.and some folk would beg their friends to bring in Branston Pickle!
So, everyday foods rather than luxuries is what I had in mind, sorry if I wasn't clear.
hmmm

I think you'd find that Marmite & Branston Pickle would be 'luxury items', price-wise at least - they're imported so they're going to be expensive wherever they're available

whole-wheat breakfast cereals are readily available in Spanish supermarkets though
 
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