Would you be vegetarian if it tasted good?
omnivore anon that lived with vegan flatmates for a few years here.
vegetarian and even vegan food can be delicious, it just gets a bad rep from people that eat nothing but pasta with tomato sauce and shitty supermarket fake meat
i'd never go vegan because i love meats, fish and dairy but that don't mean i never cook with seitan or tofu
What do you put in your quesadillers?
Leftovers. Leftover meat. The leavings from a veggie dish that might taste good with cheese. The kimchi that my roommate's mom stocks the fridge with even though the both of us together couldn't finish it all even if we ate it at every meal.
>That'll take about 10 minutes, is that okay?
How'd I do this time, /ck/?
>not eating double bulgogi burgers
Anyone know a place or group where you can do volunteer work on Thanksgiving and they feed you afterwards?
Good for you anon!
I have been making baked chicken breasts for the last 3 years (looks good on resume) and bring it to the soup kitchen to feed about 100. But, those homeless fuckers eat A LOT. There will be literally none left for u to eat.
is it true that kebab places arent really a thing in America? Or other countries?
alright you spergers, redpill me on private label/store brand food. it's cheaper, its everywhere, it's unassuming. but.....does it matter? i've heard spergs lament the downfall of major industry brands and hfcs and bullshit and packaging changes and fuck all. but what about the off brand? could it be better? where does it come from? is it the same thing? will it give me aids? why aren't there commercials or internet videos about autists raving about how good the store brand is? are they poisoning me? IS IT ALL A SCAM
I went to a yoghurt factory where they were making like 7 different brands of yoghurt for different comapnies and said its all pretty much exactly the same, just slightly different flavouring balances and pot shapes
What is this?
Take a guess.
Last thing you cooked /CK/ ?
Pic related, my dinner.
Baked snapper, baked with tomato, garlic, olives and chilli flakes.
Simple garden salad with an olive oil based dressing + a dash of honey.
>potato crusted fish
>seered off in CLARIFIED BUTTER
>never mind how retarded this is, fuck your oil you cant use that here
>why isn't it working
>gee why did my carrots burn after neglecting them to prevent fire everywhere
Never fucking attempt to do this ever.
I have questions regarding a diet that can lower the levels of, or slow down the production of oxytocin in the body.
If I have the wrong thread, just let me know and I'll fuck off asap.
-Thanks in advance
Why don't college age women know how to cook anymore, this isn't even some /r9k/ shit, all my female friends and girls I've met so far, don't know how to cook shit. WTF is happening? Guys aren't any better, but there are a handful who I know can cook very well.
Basic cooking isn't taught in schools these days. Speaking to my mother, grandmother, the talked about school learning basics, how to make pastry, cakes, bread, stews, how to pluck, gut and carve a chicken, learning about REAL cooking and actually DOING it in school.
I remember my "Home Economics" lessons at school were 95% classroom learning and occasionally we'd make a pizza with premade base and sauce. Basic cooking skills should be in everyones education IMOFAM
This combined with the fact that the current generation was raised by a generation of women who had careers so didn't cook for their families and didn't pass on any cooking knowledge to their children.
It's a complete lack of knowledge from any sources.
So I'm trying to eat healthier and not eat so many crisps/fast foods because It's hard enough to lose weight without all the processed food chems.
I've managed to use popcorn to satisfy most of my 'chip related' cravings, and have refrained from defeating the purpose by adding too much butter etc., but there are times when I just crave a particular chip... like Sun Chips garden salsa variety. So I was thinking If I could reproduce something similar for the flavoring at home, I wouldn't have to give in to the processed goodness; just slap...
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Hey /ck/ I need some pointers on how to make ravioli from scratch. Whenever i try to do it the dough comes out like fucking rubber and doesn't stay stretched out when i roll it. Also when i use the crank press thingy the dough always end up getting caught in the sides, and coming out fucked up, how do i stop this from happening ? Besides that stuff do you have any recipes or tips you can share ?
Yield: 1 1/4 lbs dough
Prep Time: 1 hour 15 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour 15 minutes
· 3 1/2 cups all-purpose unbleached flour, sifted (plus extra flour for preparing)
· 1/2 teaspoon salt
· 4 large eggs, beaten
· 2 Tablespoons water
1. Place eggs, water, flour and salt in mixer bowl. Attached bowl and flat beater. Turn to speed 2 and mix for 30 to 60 seconds. Add more water if the dough is too dry, in 1/2 Tablespoon increments.
2. Change out the flat beater for the dough hook. Turn to speed 2 and knead for 2 minutes....
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It works when you learn how to work the pasta roller. You have to be very gentle.
I usually just dump the ravioli into boiling water with some salt and olive oil. I turn the heat down some and cook for as long as it says on the package. Then I strain it in a pasta strainer. I serve it with some sauce from the jar and grated cheese. Some basil and garlic in the sauce is nice too.