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    Default Plaice or Place?

    My boys had plaice tonight with their tea - just cooked it in a bit of milk and they loved it!

    Is plaice healthy?
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    What is plaice ?
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    It's a fish.


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    Looks like flounder to me. Is that the same thing?

    By the way, you serve your dogs tea!? Must be an English thing!? Or does anyone in the U.S. do that too!?

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    It's a type of flatfish, along with the flounder!

    As for tea, it's a term a lot of northern people in England use for their evening meal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loveisokay View Post
    As for tea, it's a term a lot of northern people in England use for their evening meal.
    And in the Midlands too!
    And to answer the question, yes white fish is very healthy for dogs!
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    Laura, that made me chuckle when you asked if they served their dog tea! I was actually thinking the same thing! Too cute!
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    Quote Originally Posted by loveisokay View Post
    As for tea, it's a term a lot of northern people in England use for their evening meal.
    It's also used in the south and the west!!
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    They do like a cup of tea too! Especially after a walk in the rain to warm their tummies
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    We have to keep the mugs off the floor here to stop the dogs helping themselves to our tea too come to think of it!
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