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A dairy farmer has left people in shock after revealing that he regularly pours milk on top of his pasties. You can watch him in action here:
Paul George, from Tresillian, near Truro in Cornwall, can be seen getting the piping hot pastry from his aga (posh oven) before whacking it on to a plate.
He then walks over to his dining table and sets his meal down with a conspicuous little jug next to him. Then he goes on to massacre his food and drown it in milk.
Arguably the best part of the video is Paul's commentary as he explains what people should be doing. He says: "I'm going to show you the proper way to eat a proper pasty and this is what you call a blinkin' proper pasty. It's even smiling at me."
He goes on: "We chop him up, scatter him right abroad. Split him open. Once you've got him abroad like them you can then add some milk. The finest quality Cornish milk you can get."
He goes on: "You pour it over the pasty, like so. Don't be shy, spoil yourselves and put a nice drop on. Alright. There are a few benefits to this, it adds to the taste - I would say it adds to the taste, oh it does indeed.
"Secondly, when you're in a bit of a hurry, you want to get on and eat it piping hot like this, steam rising, flying. You can just get on and eat away."
Speaking to Cornwall Live, Paul said: "We've been proud dairy farmers for generations, and we've been pouring the finest, freshest Cornish milk over our pasties for generations as well.
"As a child I can remember the milk being poured straight over our pasties as soon as it came out of the Aga. It helped cool it down so you could eat it quickly, stopping us kids getting burnt mouths, but also softened the contents all up nicely as well.
"Everyone could get back to work in the fields without having to wait around for their pasty to cool down, plus, it tastes great."
Not everyone was convinced with Paul's creation with many expressing their horror on social media. Someone wrote: "WTF? Milk? Totally gross and a waste of a pasty."
Another overreacted and said: "This man has a worrying problem he needs medical help," but a third has kept an open mind, commenting: "Enjoy your pasty the way you like it , each to their own."
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