Hello, my parents always told me that frozen foods were carcinogenic due to the chemicals used to preserve them. Can someone confirm this claim?
most things have carcinogens in them, but some of them have good things too
which is probably reason number 2 we're omnivores, it's all about getting the right amounts of different things
reason number 1 being we get tired of the same thing real quick
Also, if they are overly carcinogenic, nobody would eat them or people would be forced to label them as such
what you should be doing is asking where your parents heard this and if they can site their sources to some sort of lab test of specific chemicals that are overly abundant in most frozen foods
That way you can actually avoid carcinogens instead of just frozen stuff in general
Going on a business trip to OR/WA for two weeks, any good recomendations in Portland, Salem, Eugene, Corvallis, Seattle, or western peninsula WA?
Just some no frills and affordable stuff
>Thrills is a Canadian brand of chewing gum. It was originally produced by the O-Pee-Chee company of London, Ontario, Canada which was subsequently bought by Nestle in the late 1980s. It is well known for its purple colour and its distinctive floral rosewater flavour. Comparisons of its flavour to soap are so prevalent that recent packaging states "it still tastes like soap!"
>"it still tastes like soap!"
this shit is weird
it used to be in a vending machine at this local breakfast grill, and i know they still sell it in packs like that at the counter, a couple candy stores have it occasionally, this is in vancouver
doesnt really taste like soap, has a mild floral-y taste, lavender or something like that
nothing really wrong with it, just a little strange
Do you keep a pot of rice always on?
yep. i load water into the pot with the leftovers at night, and use the congee setting before bed. tasty ass brown rice congee for breakfast can't be beat.
those zojirushi models are the shit, too
I usually post quality OC but tonight I'm just fucking qiped out. Never had this, grew up on Hormel, make damned good chili myself but imma try this memelegend out right now. no more pics.
>brb drinking myself to sleep
Soup cu/ck/s. I'm getting laid tonight (lucky me) The only problem is I'm kind of terrible in bed. But that's okay because i plan on making her orgasm from the delicious omelette ill be making in the morning. That's where you all come in; I need some help to make a kickass omelette. But i never done it before so help me out yall
2 words: chocolate. covered. popcorn.
Do you eat in bed /ck/?
Yet there's time to shitpost on 4chan.
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I'm going to five guys tommrow for the first time.
What should I get
Why do restaurants never take off the shell?
If you don't take out the digestive vein you are literally eating shit which actually makes the shrimp more bitter and taste worse.
it's supposed to seal in the flavor, you can both take out the vein and leave the sehll mostly in tact though, whoever cooked those in the pic fucked it up.
It's also very much recipe specific. If I made a kebab I'd probably leave the shell on to help both protect the shrimp from direct contact with fire and to seal in the juices that could otherwise leave the shrimp tasting rather dry and charcoaly.
If I were however making some tacos gobernador I would certainly peel the shrimp completely.
In either case though removing the digestive vein is necessary.
a&w = shit tier firies
they have to be the most lazily made and prepared fries in existence anyone who thinks they're even somewhat decent really need to re evaluate their taste in food
How come nobody eats sherburts anymore?
Can /ck/ prepare a dish that's salty, stringy, and fermented?
Im looking to buy a crock pot mainly for pulled pork and taco ground beef.
Am i better off buying one of those 20 dollar crocpots or go out and buy a Ninja?
When will white people learn?
I believe in keto diet
high fat,moderate protein, little to no carbs
I Feel the best i ever felt in my life