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Caerdydd

Yn rhaglen olaf y gyfres bydd Beca yn teithio'n ol adref i Gaerdydd i baratoi gwledd o fwydydd llysieuol. Beca returns home to Cardiff and prepares a veggie feast in the last in...


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-I'm Beca.

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-I'm going on a journey

-round our beautiful country.

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-I want to share my recipes with you.

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-I'm holding pop-up parties

-all over Wales...

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-..from Llandudno to Llandeilo.

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-I'll invite you to share my food.

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-This is the type of food I love.

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-It's tasty, simple

-and not too fussy.

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-Today, I'm back home in Cardiff.

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-Welcome to Cardiff!

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-CHEERS

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-It's good to be back

-on my own patch.

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-My lush vegetarian menu

-has a taste of Japan and Barbados.

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-Kizzy Crawford is here

-to help me and to sing.

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-CHEERS

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-Off we go!

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-Don't get me wrong...

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-..I love meat, but vegetables

-are the stars of tonight's show.

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-More people are becoming veggies.

-It's a healthy diet.

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-Vegetables don't have to be boring.

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-I try to avoid eating meat.

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-Meat is a treat

-to supplement my diet.

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-I cook vegetarian food when I can.

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-I add meat for my husband.

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-I'm a vegetarian.

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-The food suits me fine.

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-I can't wait!

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-On the menu...

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-..Japanese ramen

-to make you feel warm inside...

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-..and rice pudding

-with a twist or two.

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-But first, an amazing recipe

-to awaken the senses.

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-This is my vegetarian version

-of jerk chicken.

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-I'm substituting

-meat with cauliflower.

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-Kizzy will help me later with the

-rice and peas. But first, the jerk.

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-Put chopped spring onions

-in a food processor...

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-..with garlic and

-a scotch bonnet chilli.

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-It's a hot, but sweet,

-Caribbean chilli.

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-Try finding them...

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-..as they're usually put in jerk.

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-But any chilli will work.

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-If you don't like hot food,

-remove the seeds.

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-I'm not.

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-Next, salt...

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-..brown sugar for sweetness...

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-..nutmeg, pepper...

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-..thyme and allspice.

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-White wine vinegar keeps it sharp.

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-Fruit juice is essential

-in a jerk sauce.

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-I'm using orange and lime juice.

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-Rapeseed oil and soy sauce

-bring it together.

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-Blend well and heat on the hob.

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-To get the cauliflower

-to absorb the jerk sauce...

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-..I'll cut it into florets.

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-I don't know the Welsh word

-for florets.

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-I'll break it up into small pieces.

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-Cauliflower can take

-strong flavours.

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-It's popular in curries. That's

-why I'm using it in this recipe.

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-I'm roasting red and yellow peppers

-to add colour.

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-These will be nice and sweet

-in the finished meal.

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-Pour the warm jerk sauce

-over it all and mix well.

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-Twenty minutes in the oven,

-and it's ready.

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-I'm joined by Kizzy, one of Wales's

-most talented musicians.

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-We're making one of her favourite

-recipes, rice and peas.

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-I love rice and peas.

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-Fair enough!

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-Both sides of my family cook it

-in different ways.

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-This is my auntie's recipe.

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-She's from Barbados

-and always cooks it.

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-It's lush and goes with anything.

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-It's lush and goes with anything.

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-It's lush.

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-I knew it would be tasty

-when I read the ingredients.

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-There are onions and spring onions.

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-Your aunt thinks this is important.

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-It's good if you don't eat meat.

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-They add flavour.

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-We're using gungo peas.

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-I've also heard them being

-called pigeon peas.

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-You can use black-eyed peas.

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-Black-eyed peas or kidney beans.

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-My aunt says these are the best.

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-She uses them in Barbados.

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-I hope it's as tasty

-as you remember!

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-Can you chop the spring onions?

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-I'll chop the thyme.

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-Are you a foodie?

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-Yes. I love cooking.

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-I try to cook something different

-every night.

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-As a vegetarian...

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-..I like experimenting.

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-Are you influenced

-by different countries?

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-I like Indian food.

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-Curries.

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-Curries.

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-I love curries.

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-Good girl.

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-I love anything

-with vegetables in it.

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-Why did you become a vegetarian?

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-I became a vegetarian

-four years ago.

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-I lapsed for a year, and ate meat.

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-I went to a McDonald's

-and couldn't say no to a Big Mac.

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-Last year,

-I became a vegetarian again.

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-It feels healthier.

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-I feel happier.

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-Fair enough.

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-Put the peas and liquid

-in a saucepan.

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-The liquid adds flavour

-according to Kizzy's aunt.

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-Add plenty of finely chopped onions

-and a lot of garlic.

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-Let's talk about music.

-How did you start to sing?

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-I've been singing

-since I was a young girl.

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-The first time I thought

-of composing my own songs...

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-..was when I was thirteen.

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-I began to write songs.

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-My mother thought

-my songs sounded good.

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-I started doing open mic gigs.

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-They say food is good for the soul.

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-Music is good for the soul, too.

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-I listen to music whenever I cook.

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-What sort of music?

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-At the moment,

-a lot of soul and jazz.

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-It suits the mood when I'm cooking.

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-I listen to folk music

-when I make the puddings.

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-I like that. Jazz as a starter

-then folk to finish!

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-Cooking rice in coconut milk...

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-..will provide

-a lovely, creamy taste.

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-All the recipes are on the website.

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-This is going on the hob. I'll bring

-it up to the boil, then add rice.

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-The rice will absorb the liquid

-in about 20 minutes.

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-Is that right?

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-Is that right?

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-Yes.

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-It's served with jerk cauliflower

-and pineapple salsa.

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-I can't wait!

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-I'm making a simple salsa

-with cubed pineapple...

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-..chilli...

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-..spring onions,

-coriander, lime juice...

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-..rapeseed oil and a pinch of salt.

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-I think the combination of flavours

-works perfectly.

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-Can the audience handle jerk sauce

-with scotch bonnet chilli?

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-It's spicy.

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-The first course was delicious.

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-I'm not a fan of pineapple, but I

-could eat that. I like spicy food.

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-That suited me. Delicious.

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-Really, really nice. It was too

-spicy for me. I couldn't handle it!

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-It was really hot.

-I can still feel it.

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-The pineapple salsa cooled me down.

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-I don't usually eat spicy food.

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-I'm surprised I cleared my plate!

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-What do you think, Kizzy?

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-What do you think, Kizzy?

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-Perfect. Really, really nice.

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-It takes me back to Barbados.

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-That's so nice to hear!

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-Really, really nice. The spices

-are perfect. They provide a kick.

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-The balance between the rice, peas

-and jerk cauliflower is perfect.

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-I knew it was your favourite.

-I didn't want to spoil it.

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-I'm glad you enjoyed it.

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-I'm glad you enjoyed it.

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-I've almost finished.

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-Help yourself to more.

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-Help yourself to more.

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-Please.

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-On to a Japanese dish.

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-Ramen is soup

-with noodles and vegetables.

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-It'll make you feel nice and warm.

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-It's full of goodness.

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-I always order ramen

-in a Japanese restaurant.

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-This is a simple version

-you can make at home.

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-I cook it at least once a week.

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-The secret is

-to prepare everything beforehand.

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-Thinly slice mushrooms.

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-These are shiitake mushrooms,

-but use any type you want.

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-Next, pepper and Asian leaves.

-Pak choi is perfect.

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-Next, spring onions and garlic.

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-Fry the garlic and grated ginger.

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-Add vegetable stock.

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-Add Mirin, or sweet Japanese wine.

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-Soy sauce adds saltiness.

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-Now add the vegetables.

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-Boil eggs for seven minutes

-in boiling water.

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-Now the ramen noodles.

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-You can get these

-in most supermarkets by now.

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-They take three minutes to cook.

-And now, it's time to plate up.

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-All the programme recipes

-are on the website.

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-Thanks.

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-Thanks.

-

-It looks amazing.

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-The ramen was nice.

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-I'm usually quite sensitive to

-garlic. It wasn't too overpowering.

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-It tasted healthy,

-with all the vegetables.

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-It was very tasty.

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-As you can see, it's almost empty!

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-I love Japanese food.

-Lovely, really tasty.

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-Coming up, we find out

-whether our audience can bake...

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-..and a delicious rice pudding.

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-Back in two!

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-I'm back in Cardiff,

-preparing a vegetarian banquet.

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-The Japanese ramen went down well.

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-The jerk sauce was too hot for some!

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-But I have a luxurious rice

-and fruit pudding to cool the mouth.

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-I have help in the kitchen

-to prepare it.

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-This is Jo, one

-of the owners of Penylan Pantry.

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-She used to travel the world

-cooking for famous musicians.

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-Tell me a bit about

-what you used to do...

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-..before you opened

-this fantastic place.

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-Fifteen years of touring.

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-It took me all over the world

-to some fantastic places.

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-I suppose that's where

-my love of food really began.

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-I'd be in fresh fruit

-and veg markets, everywhere...

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-..from South America

-to Poland even...

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-..being able to get my hands on all

-local ingredients and cooking it up.

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-For the last nine years,

-it was Paul McCartney...

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-..who is amazing and vegetarian.

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-It's nice to cook

-for someone so into food.

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-You can play with vegetarian

-food as well. It's not boring.

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-It's quite creative.

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-It's quite creative.

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-Yes.

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-What type of food did he like?

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-What type of food did he like?

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-Lots.

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-But I suppose his favourite

-would be Mexican food.

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-Lots of flavour, spice,

-but not too much, obviously.

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-If he was doing a show that night,

-he didn't want too much spice.

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-Lots of fresh produce?

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-Lots of fresh produce?

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-Loads and loads of fresh produce.

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-That was great.

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-We're making coconut rice pudding.

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-We're making coconut rice pudding.

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-Lovely.

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-It's going to be served cold. We'll

-make it now so it can sit for a bit.

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-It's served

-with mango and passion fruit.

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-Perfect.

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-Perfect.

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-If you don't mind opening the tins.

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-This is a simple pudding to prepare.

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-Put rice in the coconut milk...

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-..sugar...

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-..lime peel, vanilla essence...

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-..and cardamom seeds,

-to add some spice.

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-Grind the pods with a pestle

-and mortar, to get to the seeds.

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-When all the ingredients are in the

-saucepan, heat to boiling point...

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-..and simmer for an hour.

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-You can eat this warm,

-but I think it's best served cold.

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-When cool, add

-double cream to loosen it...

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-..and give the rice a creamy taste.

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-Serve with any fruit you like.

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-But my favourites

-are passion fruit and mango.

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-The sharp fruit work perfectly

-with the creamy pudding.

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-All the recipes and more

-are on the website.

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-Ooh, very creamy.

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-It wasn't like

-our usual Welsh rice pudding.

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-The first spoonful was unfamiliar.

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-It tasted different,

-but it was really nice.

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-I'm not a rice pudding fan. But

-although it was cold, it was lovely.

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-I'd usually have warm rice pudding

-with raspberry sauce.

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-This was a bit more tropical.

-It was delicious.

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-The rice pudding went down well.

-Now, it's competition time.

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-The challenge was baking a cake

-using vegetables.

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-I've baked a courgette

-and lime cake.

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-I've made it before.

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-It sounds odd, but people said

-it was tasty! So cross fingers.

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-I made a cinnamon cake

-with carrots too.

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-I've never baked a cake

-with vegetables before.

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-We'll see how it tastes.

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-They've eaten, now it's my turn.

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-We asked the audience to prepare

-a sweet cake using vegetables.

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-Well done,

-the two people who made these.

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-I expected a lot more, I must admit!

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-But it's the quality,

-not quantity, that counts.

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-Kizzy is helping me.

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-Do you like cakes?

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-Do you like cakes?

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-Yes. They look tasty.

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-They look nice.

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-This one is carrot and cinnamon.

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-This is "corbwmpen",

-or courgette, and lime.

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-Shall we start with the carrot cake?

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-It looks nice inside.

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-Your fork.

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-Your fork.

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-Thanks.

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-And some frosting, of course.

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-I like the cream cheese topping.

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-It's really nice.

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-I can taste the cinnamon.

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-Yes, it's sweet inside.

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-It's not too sweet.

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-It's not too sweet.

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-No.

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-It tastes as if

-it's healthy for you.

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-Yes.

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-Brilliant, we'll eat it all.

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-Really nice.

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-We move on to this one.

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-It looks really nice,

-decorated with pistachios.

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-This is the courgette and lime cake.

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-That looks nice.

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-Wow.

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-I don't think I've had this before.

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-I don't think I've had this before.

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-Me neither.

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-Go for it.

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-Different, but nice.

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-You can't really taste courgette.

-It's fairly plain.

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-It works, because there's quite

-a lot of water in courgettes.

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-It keeps the cake moist.

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-Yes.

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-The texture is really light. Nice.

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-It's really light.

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-Wow.

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-I know the one I'd choose.

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-They're both really nice.

-It's hard to choose.

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-But my favourite is this one.

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-But my favourite is this one.

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-Oh, no, this one is my favourite!

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-We haven't had this before.

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-Can we have two winners?

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-No?

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-Oh!

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-Kizzy is our guest.

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-I have to choose. OK.

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-I have to choose. OK.

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-So that one is the winner?

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-Hm.

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-You can't choose!

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-It's really hard.

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-Can I taste it again, please?

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-That's fine!

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-I prefer this topping.

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-I prefer the cake with this one.

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-Which one would you

-go for another slice?

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-I'll have to say this one.

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-I'll have to say this one.

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-OK!

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-The winner

-is the carrot and cinnamon cake.

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-It's Llinos.

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-Join us.

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-Congratulations.

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-Tell me how you made the cake.

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-First, I have to say...

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-..that 25 years of friendship

-is over after this competition!

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-Oh, no!

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-Oh, no!

-

-Not really.

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-I've never made

-a carrot cake before.

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-Wow!

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-I tasted the mix,

-to make sure it was alright.

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-We both liked the icing.

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-Congratulations, Llinos.

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-Well done.

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-There's plenty for you to taste!

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-All the series recipes

-are on the website...

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-..from the lovely pork in Blaenau

-to the tasty Crymych curry.

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-Have a look!

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-Thanks to our lovely audience,

-to Jo, and of course, Kizzy.

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-The party carries on with a song.

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-Ta-ra!

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-# Ah ah ah

0:21:080:21:13

-# Oh oh oh

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-# Give me motivation and motion

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-# I hide emotions

-without making it obvious

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-# You make it hard, by being here

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-# And because you're here

-in my head, I can't forget

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-# This is what I've been looking for

0:21:440:21:51

-# Love, love, you're the one

0:21:520:21:55

-# There's nothing more true for me

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-# The way I feel with you

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-# I can't help loving you

0:22:040:22:08

-# I can't help loving you

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-# Oh oh

0:22:180:22:19

-# Give me motivation and motion

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-# I must carry on

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-# As I am to you,

-that's what you mean to me, my love

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-# Love

0:22:350:22:37

-# Oh oh oh

0:22:370:22:39

-# Love, love, you're the one

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-# There's nothing more true for me

0:22:440:22:47

-# The way I feel with you

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-# I can't help loving you

0:22:520:22:57

-# Loving you

0:22:590:23:01

-# I can't help loving you

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-# Loving you

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-# I can't help loving you #

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-S4C Subtitles by Gwead

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Yn rhaglen olaf y gyfres bydd Beca yn teithio'n ol adref i Gaerdydd i baratoi gwledd o fwydydd llysieuol. Beca returns home to Cardiff and prepares a veggie feast in the last in the series.