It is worth noting that as is often pointed out, saffron is cheap, but not as cheap as the prices in the UK. In the UK, the price for saffron drops by between three-fourths and half to half during the summer months. The difference in quality of saffron is also huge. The saffron purchased in Spain, on the other hand, is probably at its best in the summer months when there is a great deal of fruit in the area to catch.
“In Spain, it is the same quality as the UK but cost more. It is worth considering other factors such as cost and quality to find the best cost. Most saffron-containing products are imported to the UK where it is very likely that the quality is much better and the cost more.”
This is an example of the JPGToggle extension blocking Google Chrome’s “Add to Chrome” dialog with the new and improved version.
This doesn’t happen in a Chrome sandbox, but rather in the current tab. This could be the issue, as that’s where the extension is currently installed.
I also saw reports on the JPGToggle Twitter account saying that Google Chrome had now blocked the extension, and I’ve verified via Twitter that’s correct.
This is a little hard to believe. It just doesn’t make sense. It’s as if someone decided their own extension was the bad one, because it works correctly without having all of the bad features in its browser.
Here’s the screenshot, just in case people think this is fake
I’ve since noticed Chrome is going through a process to install and run the JPGToggle extension, and I’m sure
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